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Old 12-01-2013, 07:27 PM   #1
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TPMS for 2014 Shelby

I have a 2014 Shelby and I am changing tires and I got a TPMS-19 from American Muscle and i think it is the wrong one. Does anyone know what one is for this car
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Should be the same 315mhz TPMS sensors as the 2014 Mustang GT
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Old 02-14-2014, 08:05 AM   #3
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American Muscle replaced the sensors for me at no cost. They do seem to stand behind their products.
Thank you for your help
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How do you like your Ruby Shelby? I too have the Ruby and just love how she looks.
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Old 02-14-2014, 08:16 AM   #5
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Liking it alot...getting the tires changed next week to Michelin Pilot Sport A/S3...the oem Goodyear is not so good. I've also added a JLT catch can and K&N air filter element. Plan on installing a backup camera next week.

How about you? Any changes to the car so far?
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Old 02-14-2014, 08:42 AM   #6
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I did my back up camera last summer which I really needed.
I too have changed my tires using the AMR wheels 19 all four corners. Thinking when the tires need to be replaced I may go with 18's on back so I can have larger side walls. I went with charcoal wheels and Mickey Thompson tires. I just had lowering springs installed and changed the upper and lower control arms along with the pan hard bar. I used the BMR products.
As far as motor goes I added JLT CAI 123. A ford racing throttle body and a smaller sc pulley. I have not had a chance to really drive it yet due to the weather here. The dyno had Ruby around 700 HP and I think 660 torque. It should be a handful.
I have a Super Snake hood to put on her but have been having problems matching color without blending. I may end up having to blend.
I think I am done modifying her. According to my wife anyway. Lol
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I did my back up camera last summer which I really needed.
The dyno had Ruby around 700 HP and I think 660 torque. It should be a handful.
I have a Super Snake hood to put on her but have been having problems matching color without blending. I may end up having to blend.
I think I am done modifying her. According to my wife anyway. Lol
Which backup camera setup did you go with? I'm going to use the Nav-Tv lockpick and Cam6.

Your car should be more of a beast than 'normal'...incredible power.

I saw your other thread about matching the paint...curious to how the final product will turn out...and I can appreciate the 'stop modifying' comment.
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I will check and see what I have and let you know.
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Great, thanks.
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How do yo like the MPS A/S 3? I will pick up my Ruby Red in mid-May and am having the dealer change the tires before I drive off the lot. I am debating between the A/S 3 and Super Sport. It will be a fair weather car, but the cold New England mornings and nights in the spring and fall make me a little concerned about the Super Sport.
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RubyRed14GT500,

How do yo like the MPS A/S 3? I will pick up my Ruby Red in mid-May and am having the dealer change the tires before I drive off the lot. I am debating between the A/S 3 and Super Sport. It will be a fair weather car, but the cold New England mornings and nights in the spring and fall make me a little concerned about the Super Sport.

They are great...much better traction than the oe goodyears and quieter too. The a/s tires are a very good tire for year round driving.
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Old 04-26-2014, 07:47 AM   #13
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Just finished the Mustangs Across America drive from LA to Charlotte for the Mustang's 50th...tires were fantastic...highly recommend the Michelin Pilot Sport A/S tires. Comfortable ride, quiet with great grip.
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Thanks for the feedback! I've had the dealer install the A/S3s and I pickup the car in less than two weeks!!! Can hardly wait!!
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I just bought some F14 Forgestar wheels 19x9.5 with 275x40 and the rears are 20x11 with 315x35. The tires are Falken,they should do well for traction and life of tread. Should be here by the 15th. Good luck on your choice.
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