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Old 10-20-2013, 10:41 AM   #1
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A6 Mustang GT Best Shift Points

I want to know what are the best shift points for the A6 2011-2014 Mustang 5.0 GT only. Sorry V6 and Manuals this has nothing to do with you guys.
Also lets keep this thread only about bolt on A6 with no converters, no nitrous kits, and no turbo or fi.
If you don't have 3.15 gears then state your rpm shifts points as well as your gears.
I feel my car with power but not out of the hole/ line.

Right now my car is shifting @
1st: 6175
2nd: 6457
3rd :6467 rpm
4th: I cross the strip before know which rpm i shift at.

My 60ft is 2.0
1/8th 8.211

Mods:
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I have Off road X Pipe
Resonator Delete
JLT Intake

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28 in MT Streets 275/60/15

Suspension
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1" Drop Ford Racing
Steeda mounts
BMR relocation brackets
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BMR Panhard Bar
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Old 10-20-2013, 02:44 PM   #2
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Mine shifts at 7000 RPM, stock gears, stock airbox, stock exhaust, stock tires,
CHE UCA
Whiteline Relocation brackets
Steeda LCA
Steeda Sport Springs
Steeda Pro Action shocks/struts

93 octane Tune

Best 60 foot on stock tires 1.88
Best ET 12.18 with -600 DA
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Mine shifts at 7000 RPM, stock gears, stock airbox, stock exhaust, stock tires,
CHE UCA
Whiteline Relocation brackets
Steeda LCA
Steeda Sport Springs
Steeda Pro Action shocks/struts

93 octane Tune

Best 60 foot on stock tires 1.88
Best ET 12.18 with -600 DA
Who do you have your car tuned with? 7000 rpm in 1st 2nd and 3rd?
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Who do you have your car tuned with? 7000 rpm in 1st 2nd and 3rd?
Yes all 3 gears 7000 rpm,
Tune is from
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Yes all 3 gears 7000 rpm,
Tune is from
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In what temperature did you run this? Great times, ive been thinking about doing 4.10 gears
What size tires you running?
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In what temperature did you run this? Great times, ive been thinking about doing 4.10 gears
What size tires you running?
Temps were in low 60's, tires are stock Goodyear F1's 255/40/19, 27.7 diameter 4.10's would not be a good idea, especially with the 4.17 first gear in trans, a torque converter would be best, thats my next move for next season.
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4.10's would not be a good idea, especially with the 4.17 first gear in trans, a torque converter would be best, thats my next move for next season.
Excellent advice.

Ozzy, those shift points of yours are killing you. And the Bama tune isn't helping either. I'm on the stock intake and mine shifts at 7300. Stock converter, stock gears. Best is 11.81 @ 119 mph. I'm sure I'll be in the 11.7x range before the season is over.
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Excellent advice.

Ozzy, those shift points of yours are killing you. And the Bama tune isn't helping either. I'm on the stock intake and mine shifts at 7300. Stock converter, stock gears. Best is 11.81 @ 119 mph. I'm sure I'll be in the 11.7x range before the season is over.
7300 sounds like too much with out a boss mani.....I know these coyotes like high rpms but not with the stock mani

I think I need to tune with someone else, someone who does tunes for the a6 the best? I heard VMP and Ken Bjo from Power by the hour.
Whats your 60 ft?
What everyone is telling me ie that with the 28" I should loose in the 60ft but gain at the end. I need to hit up the 1/4 and raise those shifts

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Temps were in low 60's, tires are stock Goodyear F1's 255/40/19, 27.7 diameter 4.10's would not be a good idea, especially with the 4.17 first gear in trans, a torque converter would be best, thats my next move for next season.
I have yet to see anything lower than 75 degrees with out a shyt load of humidity. Maybe I need to wait to see what the pony does in December. The converter and a better tune should be my next mod aswell, I would love fi but I want to see what happens with the 2015 and what they do with the 5.0 engine. Im just tired of trying and trying tunes. My car chirps on 2nd and 3rd with the last tunes, but time slip dont show improvements.
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7300 is definitely not too much, the proof is in the results. My 60' was a 1.9. This is where the stock converter really holds it back. And my tune is from VMP.
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7300 is definitely not too much, the proof is in the results. My 60' was a 1.9. This is where the stock converter really holds it back. And my tune is from VMP.
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