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Old 09-08-2014, 12:42 PM   #71
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It will. The tuning companies don't have access to Sport mode profiles. They can only change your Drive profile.

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So, that means that S is like Stock driving when you have your stang tuned?
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So, that means that S is like Stock driving when you have your stang tuned?
Stock transmission settings yes. Engine is still tuned.
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Stock transmission settings yes. Engine is still tuned.
Right. Going to S mode while tuned won't drop your power you gained from the tune, but it will alter the shift profile to the less aggressive stock Sport profile.

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Right. Going to S mode while tuned won't drop your power you gained from the tune, but it will alter the shift profile to the less aggressive stock Sport profile.

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Do you guys ever use the S? Even as a DD?
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I have a Steeda 93 Octane tune so the car shifts more firmly and the throttle response is better in D than S now.
In a tuned shift driving in "D" in Cold air (40 degrees for so) I was able to get 5.4 with 3.55s and 93 octane tune. Once tuned "D" is the tuned point, "S" is the same as before.
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