Best tuning software for 1996 Mustang GT

Mustang5L5

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I have this same setup on my Foxbody.

Literally plug into the stock ECU connector, and run a vac line for the MAP sensor on the ECU. If oyu do a single wide-band you can make a adapter harness and just plug it into the stock O2 harness. I'm running dual wide-bands so I made a separate harness to run back to the ECU. Comes with a canned tune to get you up and running.

Decent forum and FB group for support. When it comes to tuning you are own you own a bit, but there are folks that know what they are doing that can set up a tune for you.

Holley is a bit more user-friendly and they offer great support. You will need to change out the entire harness however.
 

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it is annoying the first time, but then of course you want to make some changes, the 2nd trip is not any better. Thank you sir may I have another.....


Totally . Stock ecu stuff always left something to be desired . Personally if I’m modifying a mustang now days a Holley or megasquirt just makes sense . Wide band safety , oil pressure and fuel pressure safety’s . We spend thousands of dollars on these cars so any safety’s I can have in place to keep the engine alive is worth it in my eyes .
 

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