Just wondering if anyone has installed a tune or cold air on their 2012 boss? I have a roush cold air that was on my 2011 gt that looks like it would fit. I dont know of any mail order tunes though.
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Yea I'm going to need to see some serious evidence that the after-market with limited R&D can write a safe tune that will result in significant lap time improvements before I'd go there on the Boss. It's not a drag car where you're just trying to max out peak hp/tq. I think the "tricks" in TracKey are going to be more relevant for the road course, which is where my Boss plays.2012Boss said:I am not going to mess with the Boss, only the trackey for me. I know TMS did it to a Boss you may want to ask them what they did. TMSautosports.com I think is the site.
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Good advice.ArizonaGT said:I'd be wary of any aftermarket tune, more than a handful of GT 5.0s have popped due to over-aggressive tuning. Seeing as how the aftermarket tuners don't even completely understand the Coyote 5.0, no way in hell would I put an aftermarket tune on my Roadrunner.
Just wait for the TracKey. It'll be worth it--and it'll be covered by your warranty.
DigiCowboy said:I will be putting the JLT on my son's 2010 GT this weekend.
racered302 said:It's my understanding there are two ecu''u installed in the vehicle, one is used for the trackey tune. Part of the hold up, I think, is proving that there are enough fail safes in place so that the car doesn't revert over to the trackey tune with the normal black key + what ever money make scheme the debt ridden CA state gov.can come up with to collect some extra money from ford before giving them a thumbs up. Maybe I'm wrong but it sure looks that way to me.