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2011 v6 mustang automagic
Hate to admit but Spectre cai
3.73 gears
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Mpt 93 race tune
12.9

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2014 fp6

Been following this thread for a while, I will try to go to the new place and post there too.
FINALLY got the car (wife's daily driver too so hard to pirate it for a Wednesday) to the strip.


RT .109
60ft 2.28
330ft 6.26
660ft 9.49 at 72.23
1000ft 12.26
1320ft 14.62 at 95.30


DA 816ft
Sonoma "It'll always be Sears Point" Raceway
65F 63% RH 29.89 baro
5mph headwind
20 May 2015


Stone stock 2014 gray FP6 car, "traction control" OFF, doggy 1900 stall (our 2000 had about a 2500 stall, I guess Ford un-learned about converters.....way too tight)
I was happy as this was within .1 sec and 1mph of our best time in our 2000 v8 car.
The doggy-geared but super-hot cammed 227cid v6 gets 30mpg highway if you baby it, but only about 27mpg down I-5 keeping up with traffic if the green flag is out. It gets a REAL 14mpg city, not whatever the sticker says. Then again my old Cobra Jets used to get 6-8mpg city, real world, so 14mpg is pretty good. Car is WAY over-cammed for its intended customer though, should have more low end and less top end which would also give better city MPG.


There should have been TWO versions of the 3.7 aka 227cid, one with a mild cam for a grocery-getter, and another with this tune, more gear say a 3.31, AND A CONVERTER as the "HiPo" 227. But overall we are happy, the car gets lots of looks too, people were snapping pics of it even at the strip and its stone stock as I said. FP6 is a nice package.


2014 FP6, A6-2.73, doggy-stock 1900 stall, stone stock. Best 2.28-9.49 at 77.2, 14.62 at 95.3.
Also 1964-1/2 coupe, c4-3.00, 289/210 dual exh stock plus 194-204 cam, best fishtailing 2.46-10.27 at 70.1, 15.86 at 87.5.
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2014 V6 Mustang: 2.73, Manual, Steeda 91 tune, Steeda CAI, Steeda sport coils, 18x10 wheels & 1/4 tank.
Wild Horse Pass Raceway - 1150 ft elevation

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60' 2.290
330' 6.206
1/8 9.299
MPH 80.36
1000' 12.001
ET 14.264
MPH 101.51
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Time to update my results. Finally getting the Hellion turbo dialed in. Still a lot to do - need to work on suspension set up as well as tire set up and figure out just how to launch this.
2013 MCA convertible, 3.7V6: 3.55, automatic, MPT 93 tune for turbo, Hellion single 67mm turbo, stock springs, Koni yellow struts and shocks, HotPart LCA's, 17x4.5 Race Star Dark Stars on 26" tall tires, 15x8 Race Star Dark Stars rear with Mickey Thompson ET 275-50x15, and 3/4 tank of gas. At Lapeer International Dragway, Lapeer, MI. Exhaust broke (clamp let go in the middle) at the end of this pass so only one for the day.

RT .334 (wasn't concerned about the light, trying to figure out staging with the turbo first)
60' 1.972 (need to determine proper suspension set up and tire pressure)
1/8 ET 8.088
1/8 MPH 91.22
1/4 ET 12.243
1/4 MPH 117.55



Once the tracks open up here in April 2016 I hope to get this figured out - everything says this has 11's in it.
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I have not tracked it yet, but here is the track app 1/4 mile.
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BAMA 93 tune, Steeda CAI, BBK 73mm Throttle body, BBK LT headers, BBK catted X-pipe, SR Perf rear LCA, Ford racing 3.73 gears, FR strut tower brace.
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Performance Mods (if any): 3.7 Auto, stock 3.31 gears, K&N panel in stock air box, glass pack in place of stock mufflers, MPT 91 Race tune and 255/45R18 Bridgestone Potenza RE760 Sports.
Transmission:6R80 automatic
R/T..........0.999
60'.............2.141
330'...........5.765
660'...........8.779
660’ mph...80.16
990'..........11.307
1320'..........13.564
1320’ mph… 102.75
Name of the track: Greenfield Drag Way, Greenfield, Nova Scotia, Canada
Date of pass: 17 June 2016
Weather conditions. Temperature of 23 degrees Celsuis, D/A of 1000 at 310 feet above sea level.

How's that for a zero bolt on V6?

I figure she has 13.4's in her with a set of street ET's on the same stock tuned setup.

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3.31's, Auto, GT wheels, SCT X4

39XXX Miles/62XXX Kilometers
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Question I have a 2014 mustang automotic and have seen alot of people talking about removing fuse 47 . What does that do
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Question I have a 2014 mustang automotic and have seen alot of people talking about removing fuse 47 . What does that do
Our transmissions have adaptive learning. It adjust to the way your Mustang is driven. If you remove fuse 47 for 20-30 minutes and reinstall the fuse, it 'resets' it. You should feel quicker and firmer shifts and your Mustang will feel more 'peppy' after doing this for a few weeks. I do mine around once per month.

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Ok thank you . Like I said have a 2014 by with cai, 93 performance tune and aluminum driveshaft. With 2.73 gears My 60 foot is 2.200 and et of 9.19. But that's leaving off idle . Trying to improve 60 ft and et. Any auggestions
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Ok thank you . Like I said have a 2014 by with cai, 93 performance tune and aluminum driveshaft. With 2.73 gears My 60 foot is 2.200 and et of 9.19. But that's leaving off idle . Trying to improve 60 ft and et. Any auggestions

I'm no expert but, My best starts are done by doing this with my automatic transmission. Left foot on brake. Right foot on gas pedal, very carefully get the rpm up to 1,800. Floor the gas pedal and let the brake pedal off at the same time. This is the only way I can get a good hard hitting start from a dead stop.

'Little Red'. 2011 V-6 Mustang. Automatic <acronym title="transmission">Trans</acronym>. C&L C.A.I. Ceramic Coated BBK Long Tube Headers and Catted Shorty X-Pipe. Magnaflow Street Series Axle Backs. 3.73 rear gears. GT 500 Lower Control Arms. JLT Catch Can. Axle Exchange Aluminum Drive Shaft. Steeda Watts Link. Several more mods...1991 F150 4X4 61,000 miles. Wifes car, 2014 Ford Edge Limited.
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Thanks you after reading many post going to try that and see what or if any improvements.
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