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Well with these engines Compression is not the fix Brenspeed is the Tuner I go to and they consider all factors. 1. Octane Rating and they understand the European Octane Rating System. 2. Year and PCM Code. 3. Engine Size 4. All Modifications.

They have some nice Intakes and Tune Combinations. You will load the new program via the SCT Tuner. You plug it into the port under the steering wheel and follow the directions.

You can go to Mustang Performance Parts & Upgrades by Brenspeed



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go to video tab go down to April 2009 video how to load Tune. So you do not need a Tuner in your area the Tuner comes to you.

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Did not improve unfortunately no. BMR lower control arm changed.
No change. Rear wheel hop! Car shake very much when sudden spin!!!
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Did not improve unfortunately no. BMR lower control arm changed.
No change. Rear wheel hop! Car shake very much when sudden spin!!!
:-(
There are several variables / factors involved in eliminating wheel hop.

Traction, and axle stability are the primary factors.

Sometimes LCA will do the trick, sometimes not. If the LCA do not rid of wheel hop, then the next step is to either lower the car and install relocation brackets....or upgrade the UCA/Mount. Even those, occasionally, do not work 100%. If those other modifications do not do the trick, then softer compound tires / reduced air pressure....and adjustable rear shocks will surely complete the wheel hop reduction process.

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Thank you the answer.
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Shocks

Yes I did replace my factory shocks when I installed the LCA's. So another good point Kelly raises.

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