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Old 12-29-2013, 11:42 AM   #1
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Procal & Auto Trans: User Reviews, Please

I'm interested in owner reviews from actual ProCal users with automatic transmissions. FRPP PROCAL with AUTO TRANS users ONLY.

I've read a lot of opinions about ProCal on numerous threads on this Forum.

ProCal AT drivers, what are the pros & cons of this tune?

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Old 12-31-2013, 12:59 PM   #2
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Two days and no replies.

I guess the Ford Racing Professional Calibration tune and auto trans are not a common modification.

Oh well........

On another note, I got the 2011-12 GT500 Ford mufflers installed today. They make wonderful music, the subdued rumble of power. The muted rolling thunder is there during acceleration, but at 80 mph you cannot hear the exhaust. The bigger exhaust tips look menacing. These mufflers are a masterpiece of engineering.

Anybody need a pair of OEM 2014 stainless GT mufflers? Low mileage, only 514. What's the best way to dispose of these? They won't be cheap to ship, the Fed EX package with the GT500 cans was 45 pounds.

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Old 12-31-2013, 03:53 PM   #3
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I would just keep them Dave just in case you ever want to switch them back in case of a sale or trade in. You could sell the GT500 ones then.

As far as feedback on the ProCal you won't get much activity on this site. You need to join a different site with more activity.

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I have a 13 GT Auto and installed it myself, real easy. As stated the 60 lb/ft increase is not added to the peak it just fattens the curve to add it down low and i definitely feel it on road coarse, helps to fly out of tight corners ( with stability control on or you really need to feather the throttle). It also holds the gears lower when you lift the throttle for better engine braking. best $299 mod out there!
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I've been using the Ford Racing Products Pro Cal tune now for a couple of weeks. I like it very much.

As advertised, it's basically a torque tune. It fills out the low & midrange rpm torque which is ideal for a daily driver. Small throttle openings result in effortless acceleration. You might say it gives the performance of a larger displacement engine. Very enjoyable to drive.

The Ford Racing tune does not effect the transmission in terms of firming up the shifts. The trans does seem to stay longer in a gear before up-shifting which I like. I'm not sure if that's due the tune or what. SelectShift remains the same as stock.

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