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Aftermarket programmers

like Diablo etc.
I had one on the 2008 Corvette and it made a difference,like firm shift feel.
Any recommendations?
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SCT seems to be the de-facto standard for the S197 (2005-2014) Mustangs and I assume it is the same for the 2015+ S550 cars. The basic tuners can do basic stuff like download a custom tune (that someone else wrote for you) and I think you need some of the higher end models if you want to do more technical stuff yourself, like a dyno tune where you might want to advance the timing.

As the factory tune becomes better and better, there is less and less left for aftermarket tuning to tap into . . . but I think there is still a little left.

Hopefully someone else with more direct S550 experience will chime in


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