DSC Sport Suspension Tuning for MRC

Discussion in 'Suspension and Chassis' started by VoodooBoss, Jan 29, 2016.

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    Not after all the other stuff I’ve done, lol
     
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    Looked into this a little further after I picked up a GT350 cluster for $100 and the steering wheel switches from the GT350 with and without MR. The steering column module is the same between the 350 ang GT. There is one line of as built data related to the buttons orientation. I changed it and the switches worked perfectly. the IP cluster was a direct swap, I simply changed the menu layout to reflect the fact that I don't currently have MR or AEV. I will still need to have the mileage programmed. I was able to find the area of the as built data that differentiates between MR and non-MR cars. It's pretty straight forward. The last hurdle is the ABS Module. In 2017, at least, Ford used the same ABS module in the GT350 and GTPP. This makes me think that fitting MagneRide onto a 15-17 GT is indeed possible by adding the dynamic control module, the dampers, suspension ride height sensors and the brake pad wear sensors. My next step is to ID the connectors on the various sensors and dampers. Normally all I need are some hi-res pics and I can ID most Ford connectors.
     
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