VMP offers custom tuning for 2011-2014 Mustang GT/Roush/Saleen. VMP will tune for various different Coyote modifications. We are well known for our line of TVS superchargers and have done extensive testing on our vehicles to refine the best tunes to offer. Will also tune for other forced induction combos including: centrifugal superchargers(procharger, vortech, and more), twin screw superchargers(whipple, kenne belle, and more), nitrous, and More.
**Please note, typical turn around time for tuning is 5-10 business days MINIMUM unless expedited. **
Below is a Dyno Sheet of a 2012 Mustang GT with a VMP 2.3L TVS on 93 Octane with a 82mm Pulley and 56lb Injectors
Improvements from VMP custom tunes (varies by application):
- Firmer and faster shifting for automatic trans vehicles, slightly firmer at part throttle, much firmer at WOT.
- Removed speed limiter (do not exceed tire or driveshaft rating)
- Safely raised rev limiter 200-400RPM.
- Advaced timing for improved response and power at all RPM ranges
- Optimized air fuel ratio for more power at WOT
- Permanently turn traction control off (specify when ordering)
- Torque converter lockup at WOT for more power to the wheels
- Optimized engine fan cooling on/off temperatures for less heat-soak
Our tunes greatly improve driveability and power at all throttle positions. We tune for all around driveability, not just WOT performance. We feel that a good tune offers low-end "Torque" and "Race" type WOT performance all in one.
Examples of the up to 3 tunes you can order:
Q: How do I install my tune on my Tuning Device
A: To load custom tune files on SCT click here.
Q: How long will it take to get my tune(s)?
A: Typical turn around time is 5 to 10 business days on standard orders. If you elect to have your tune expedited, for an additional fee, the turn around time is 2 business days.
Q: How do I find my computer code/strategy/part number code?
A: On 2005 and newer vehicles the code can be found on a small white sticker placed on the computer itself. On cars the computer is often on the passenger side front of the engine bay, on gas trucks it is on the firewall.
11-14 have the computer in the same place as previous years, but the sticker will always be by the connectors.
The code is not part of a long part number, it will be by itself, usually in large letters. An example code is ABC1.
It is possible to find the computer code by plugging a flash tuner into the OBD2 port. When you read the code out through the OBD2 port it is called the strategy, using this method the code is 7 letters and numbers long. It can be even longer on some vehicles and include a part number, we can use that part number if there is no strategy code present.
Important parts and tuning notice:
By ordering this tune, you agree to assume all responsibility for assuring that it is to be used for off-road and/or competition use only and is not to be used on a vehicle that is registered for use on public roads nor highways.
Because U.S., Canadian, and other international, state or provincial laws and regulations may prohibit removal or modification of components that were installed on vehicles by Ford Motor Company to meet emission requirements or to comply with motor vehicle safety regulations applicable to vehicles manufactured for use on public roads, VMP wants you to know the following:
Most of the parts and services offered in this online catalog are for off-road use or competition use only. Use on State and Federal Highways may be a violation of the EPA Clean Air Act. The Clean Air Act can be found at
http://www.epa.gov/air/caa/. This document contains in detail what are considered to be violations of the CAA and corresponding penalties for failure to obey and should be read in full before purchasing or installing this off-road or race use only product. Ensuring that all emissions, noise/sound, and speed/use related laws are followed is the responsibility of the Buyer(s). Installation and use of this product indicates that this disclaimer has been read, acknowledged, and understood fully by both the Buyer(s) and Installer(s). The Buyer(s) assume all associated risk of the purchase.
Federal and several state and provincial laws prohibit the removal, modification or rendering inoperative of any part that affects emissions or safety on motor vehicles used on public streets or highways. VMP assumes no liability for any violations arising out of any federal, state or provincial emissions or safety requirements on motor vehicles arising out of the customer's modifications and/or use of our products or services. It is the responsibility of the customer to determine if their modified vehicle complies with applicable laws.
The emissions laws and regulations of the state of California apply to all non-racing vehicles. Consequently, some parts in this catalog may legally be used in California only on a racing vehicle which will never be operated on public roads.