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trackey question

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Does trackey change any TC and or stabilty control when you start the car. I noticed the car will spin the tires alot more :) than with the black key and was wondering if it`s just the more aggresive trackey tune or has the TC actually been altered to allow more wheel spin?
 

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zero said:
Does trackey change any TC and or stabilty control when you start the car. I noticed the car will spin the tires alot more :) than with the black key and was wondering if it`s just the more aggresive trackey tune or has the TC actually been altered to allow more wheel spin?
Ford indicates that the Red Key alters the low end torque (increases it). This would explain your wheel spin. It's a nice problem to have?

MMD
 
BossJockey said:
I'm not saying it doesn't but there is no mention of Trackey changing the Advance Trac setting in the press release or the current instructions.

I have been told by factory people that work on the Mustang line that it does not change any advance Trac or ABS settings.
 

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