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A Mustang's Computer and You It’s very important to correctly identify your Mustang’s computer code, especially when you want to obtain some custom tunes. There are hundreds of codes out there and it would be near impossible and extremely hazardous to your motor if you attempt to guess your code. Below, you will find some examples of Mustang computer codes, arranged separately by year range and tips to help you recognize your specific ECU code. 1987-1993 FoxBody Mustangs 1994-1995 SN95 Mustangs 1996-2014 Mustangs 2015-2018 Mustangs Usually 2 Letters and 1 Number     Usually 2 Letters and 2 Numbers  ...

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WHAT IS AN SN-95 MUSTANG?

The SN-95 Mustang is the fourth generation of the Ford Mustang, introduced in 1994, and used Ford's Fox chassis platform. The SN-95 Mustang spanned between 1994-2004 and included the popular "New Edge" Mustang from 1999-2004.

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One of the biggest problems with Montana is the lack of people, with only 1 million people in the state the lack of car people is especially noticeable. Not to say there isn't a car community its just not as big and there's no big events that come to the state. There are a lot of hidden gems here in the Big Sky Country, without salting the roads and no emission laws or vehicle inspections people drive cars that are very rare in the rest of the country for much longer. A recent trip to West Virginia/D.C. area reminded me...

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A few have come, a few have gone. That's the thing about life, many people enter yours everyday but not everyone stays in it. Even if you try and make things work, the ones that truly want to be there are. Auto Mafia Racing was started as a passion project and has grown into so much more.  With that being said our team has been based out of Billings, Montana since it began growing into what it is now. In 2018 we look to the future and with that are planning a huge move down to Florida. Where we are building...

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WHEELS:If you've been racing your fifth-gen Camaro you already know they are a blast at the track. Bone stock, the Camaro SS in both the automatic and manual transmission versions will rip off low 13 second passes all day long. You've probably have had to figure out how to hook your ride on the stock tires. Feathering the throttle, walking out it out of the hole, we've all been there. After a while (and especially if you have increased your power level), trying to hook on stock tires become counterproductive. You end up leaving the starting line with so little...

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