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Old 01-15-2013, 05:04 PM   #36
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87s until I'm on fumes then ill switch to 93h

Definitely noticed the shift points and throttle response. Outside of that I haven't driven it enough.


I hope I don't lose a lot on mpgs when i switch otherwise I see myself ordering the 93s as its my dd and I already like the low end in the 87s. I don't get on it often enough so I think the performance tune will be wasted.

Luckily you're enrolled into our Free Tunes for Life program. Just send in a request for the 93 Street tune and have it loaded on your computer just in case. This way you'll always be able to switch to the exact tune you're looking for. Mies well take advantage of what you paid for, right?!

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Old 01-15-2013, 05:32 PM   #37
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Luckily you're enrolled into our Free Tunes for Life program. Just send in a request for the 93 Street tune and have it loaded on your computer just in case. This way you'll always be able to switch to the exact tune you're looking for. Mies well take advantage of what you paid for, right?!

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Pretty much. Have about 100 miles to empty. So just counting the time.

I'll run a little bit out of the tank and then load the tune just to be safe as this seems to be the correct protocol no?
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Old 01-15-2013, 09:38 PM   #38
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I have the 93 Hybrid for my daily
if i go on long trips i'm going to use my 93 performance, because the performance tune, supposedly, gets the best MPG
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I have the 93 Hybrid for my daily
if i go on long trips i'm going to use my 93 performance, because the performance tune, supposedly, gets the best MPG
I got bamma to tailor me a Eco tune for road trips
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Old 01-15-2013, 09:52 PM   #40
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91 race tune noticeably better throttle faster top end +1-2 mpg city +3-4 mpg highway
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91 street for my DD works like a charm! 91 race is a beast when I have a case of RFS!
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Old 01-16-2013, 05:49 PM   #42
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Pretty much. Have about 100 miles to empty. So just counting the time.

I'll run a little bit out of the tank and then load the tune just to be safe as this seems to be the correct protocol no?

JAC20,

That will work. Typically we say to run through a whole tank of 93 on the 87tune, before refilling on 93 and switching to the 93 tune. Of course, this is a little over kill, so I'm sure your method will be fine!

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Old 01-16-2013, 09:26 PM   #43
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Running 93 race and loving it!
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91 race tune here and man it wonderful

What a difference, I felt in love again w my mustang thanks AM
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91 performance tune. Just got it today. I am impressed but will probably try a hybrid soon. I feel like I'm still not getting as much power as posable down low but I'm also suspect of wheel spin being an issue there
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With the 93R my car has started to jump hard from 1st to 2nd gears. Any thoughts?
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With the 93R my car has started to jump hard from 1st to 2nd gears. Any thoughts?
Mine does the same thing...I believe I designed to act that way tho bcause I've noticed when I leave my foot on the gas for a lil bit longer it doesn't do it and it feels like it up shifts faster and that is exactly what you want at the track that why I'm saying it is programmed to act that way that just IMO

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Old 01-17-2013, 11:38 PM   #48
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91 performance tune. Just got it today. I am impressed but will probably try a hybrid soon. I feel like I'm still not getting as much power as posable down low but I'm also suspect of wheel spin being an issue there
I had been running a 91 performance tune for approximately the past year and thought it was the cats meow. Just last week AM got me hooked up with their 91 Hybrid tune. Its the freaking best. Rocks out better than my 87 street, 91 performance and 91 race. Its full power is low, mid and high ranges. If your main concern is maximizing the most MPG's then forget about using this tune. This tune is more wild and better than the race tune. It just gives you the most power for all the way up.

Bro, try it. If you want full power and performance from your stang, then its a must have. What's the worst can happen? The tune is free. If you don't like it just plug in the tuner and install the 91 performance tune back in.
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I had been running a 91 performance tune for approximately the past year and thought it was the cats meow. Just last week AM got me hooked up with there 91 Hybrid tune. Its the freaking best. Rocks out better than my 87 street, 91 performance and 91 race. Its full power is low, mid and high ranges. If your main concern is maximizing the most MPG's then forget about using this tune. This tune is more wild and better than the race tune. It just gives you the most power for all the way up.

Bro, try it. If you want full power and performance from your stang, then its a must have. What's the worst can happen? The tune is free. If you don't like it just plug in the tuner and install the 91 performance tune back in.
I do have free tunes for life but I've never requested anything other than what ever came with the tuner from AM, how hard is it to request/install a diff tune
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I do have free tunes for life but I've never requested anything other than what ever came with the tuner from AM, how hard is it to request/install a diff tune
Bro, piece of cake. Both times A.M. customer service put in a tune request for me and they immediately sent me via email the 19 questionnaire form. You fill it out on the computer and hit send. I spoke with A.M. at 9 a.m. and by 2 p.m. that same day they had my new tunes to me. Both times I had my new tunes done they came back to me that same day. A.M. are freaking awesome. I swear I must sound like a salesman for them but not even close. I just think there an awesome company who loves what they do and like making mustang owners happy about loving there cars. A.M. will email you your new tunes. You download your new tunes onto your computer. You then upload the tunes from your computer onto your sct bama tuner. A.M. will walk you through the whole process.
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Cool thank go the info ill send them an email soon to get my hybrid tune
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I just loaded my 91 hybrid and am blown away. this is the tune I will be running from now on
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I just loaded my 91 hybrid and am blown away. this is the tune I will be running from now on
Told ya so. Lamo
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Tried 93P and she is still bucking between first and second gears... Might need a hybrid
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It's going to buck a little because of the shift points being changed. Run the tune for a while and see if there is improvement. If not then you can contact Bama and they will probably get a data log going to see if there are any issues. My bet is after a week or so you will get used to the new tune and all will be good.
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Cool thanks man. Yeah i was figuring the same thing. Give it some time to settle in.
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Anybody know if you can program the ghost cam tune on a stock v6, or is it preferred to get CAI, headers, cat back, and axle backs?
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Anybody know if you can program the ghost cam tune on a stock v6, or is it preferred to get CAI, headers, cat back, and axle backs?
You could but u wouldn't hear it at least not enough to enjoy it with a stock exhaust
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93h is freaking awesome. Going to do a 300 mile trip to Atlanta for a concert on Friday so I will see what kind of mpgs I will get with a lot of highway and undoubtedly some atl traffic. Regardless I don't think I'll have anything but this tune from now on.

Feels smoother than the 87 and it could just be placebo but I think it sounds a tad bit better too.
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