Tag Archives: nGauge

Build: White 2016 Mustang GT Mods

Clean Sweep

Stock sucks, but we can fix that.

By SID297

Not many people know this, but my favorite Ford color is Oxford White (or as I like to call it “Work Truck White”).  If I were going to buy a new Mustang, or Raptor, or Focus RS (ad nauseam) it would certainly be white.  Judging by his 2016 Oxford White Mustang GT, it would appear that SVTPerformance.com Member WomenBeShoppin (Ryan) may have the same sentiment.

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New Product: nGauge For 1996+ Fords

Starting Line

Juggernaut Power offers the nGauge tuner gauge for early OBD-II Fords

By Steve Turner

If you own an older Ford, but one that was born with an OBD-II port, you might be a little jealous of all the S197 and newer Mustangs making use of the spiffy nGauge tuner gauge. Not only does this gauge read and display the data from the PCM like, well, a gauge, but it also offers the ability to store and flash calibrations to the PCM. Now, thanks to Juggernaut Power, owners of earlier Fords can take advantage of the nGauge’s capabilities.
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Tech: 2015+ Mustang nGauge Tuning

Natural Selection

VMP Tuning wakes up a stock Mustang GT with a performance calibration

By Steve Turner

You might not have heard about it yet, but VMP Tuning added another new Mustang to its stable of project cars. This GT is destined for life as an all-out race car, but before things headed in that direction, main man Justin Starkey wanted to get work his tuning magic on the stock car to see what kind of gains were available on the stock platform.
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Tech: Touchscreen Tuner Gauge

In the Round

Lethal Performance and Lund Racing have a new way to tune your Mustang

By Steve Turner

At this point, there are myriad ways to tune your Mustang. Tuning solutions have come in all shapes and sizes over the years—from simple boxes to sleek, modern devices. The goals of these products are all the same; to rewrite the stock calibration in your Mustang’s PCM with something that performs better and better suits the mods you have installed.
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