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For you guys that are contemplating buying a chip or having to correct your speedo due to a gear change. Hypertech now offers their Power Programmer III for the 4.6 Mustang. It costs just a little more than a chip would cost but the advantage is that you can change it at any time or do your friends cars too.

http://www.hypertech-inc.com/index.html


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Any questions on this, let me know. I live not too far from Hypertech and toured the facility not too long ago. They are right down the street from my friends house and his '01 Z-28 was their test mule for last years Camaro Power Programmer. Sean with Hypertech even drives a 5.0 coupe, himself. :grin: A really great guy!!
 

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I have a question. How much does this cost? I am debating on weather or not to get gears, and I will need to reset my speedo. Dallas Mustangs offers a speedcal. http://www.dallasmustang.com/ Would it be worth any extra cash? Does anybody have the gears and speedo adjustment that they recommend?

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This looks like this would be a good thing to look into. A couple questions though. 1) Will it work with the Bullitt engine? I know it's the same as a GT's, but there are some significant differences. Does it take into consideration any mods made to a stock engine like pullies and such? And 2) How much? This could actually be cheaper than what I had planned. The speedo adjuster from Dallas Mustang and the Steeda timing adjuster.
 

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So does this thing have a couple of pre-programmed loads in it or what? Is it dynamic or does it just reflash your computer with a couple of standard loada? Can you re-program the loads that are in it?
 

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I don't believe it has any pre-loads in it but you can certainly give them a call. They are happy to talk to you about them. Basically you have 6 areas of adjustment. You plug in and read what you have and make note of it. Then you can tinker with the parameters. It comes with a manual to help you out. Last time I priced one, it was around $300 dollars. But heck, a chip will cost you $250. I would give them a call to see if it will work on a Bullitt motor. I have no reason to believe that it would not work just fine.

I am about to install some gears and Dallas Mustang wants $85 to re-burn my chip. I think that's a bit excessive. I might rather spend the $300 to not have to deal with them any more. If that is the case I will have a chip for sale.
 
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