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Originally Posted by MustangChris810 View Post
Ran the Diablo "93 Airaid Performance" tune today. I adjusted the rev limiter to 7300 because that's all I need to get through the 1/4 mile if I ever make it back to the strip. Anyway, I like it. The car runs great, idles well, NO pinging anywhere in the RPM band. Nothing bad to say about the tune! The only thing I wish it did was get rid of the skip shift. I hate skip shift. I might just have to search AFM and find out how to unplug it that way it's just gone no matter what. I put about 40 miles on the car today with this setup and I like it! The Airaid intake let's a nice growl out from under the hood too. It's funny because it's not exhaust noise, it's engine noise and it sounds soooooo good. I'm completely satisfied thus far with the stock exhaust and the Intune/Airaid combo.

Good job Diablo! For a "canned tuner" this thing works well. Now just disable the skip-shift on 2011-2012 Mustang GT's and the Intune will be about perfect
So how would you compare this tune vs SCT tune you had?

You have a manual right? Do you notice any more drive train slop such as thumping or clunk when getting on or off the gas in 6th gear during highway cruise?

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DiabloSport in tune - AirAid CAI - SVT GT500 AB - Ford Racing P springs - Forgestar F14 - Roush rear/side splitters - Stillen chin splitter - CS Fascia conversion - LED fog delete - 2 much 2 list.... Official mod addict: D
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