The site saystimpryor said:i got these off of SCT's site are these numbers accurate and i know mine would be less since auto but how much less
04 Mustang 3.9LYes19 rwhp21 ft-lbs
I am guessing they are accurate during the tests they performed...NOTE: Real Dyno Proven HP in a scientific test environment. Horsepower & Torque Gains achieved using Premium Fuel. * 2 Step Computer Controlled Rev Limiter is only available on 1999 - 2004 vehicles with standard transmission. ** Vehicle will require original PCM to be sent to Superchips Custom Tuning. Express Service Available
Depends on what you see as "generic" and a "waste of money". If you plan on doing a lot of modding such as adding gears, supercharging, etc. Then getting one of the chips that you can tune yourself or take it in and get it tuned at a speed shop would make more sense. I myself dont plan on modding my V6 any further than what I have, just wanted something to hold me over till I get a Cobra. So. the "generic chip" served its purpose.slvr2000stang said:Why waste money on a "Generic Chip" when you can get the real deal the first time.
I too have an SCT but the flasher version & the pro-racer package so I can make my own changes as needed.
I would say that a 10hp gain is more like it. It drops your idle down, boosts your rev limiter, a little better throttle response, boosts your speed limit cut-off, and helps out gas mileage a little bit.The JET Module for Ford applications optimized the ignition spark advance, air/fuel ratio, transmission and various other parameters for the ultimate power gains. Great for towing and SUV applications as well as all out street performance cars, or your everyday driver, the JET Performance Module can add up to 30 hp to your Ford.