SCT's new Mustang Performance Chip the "Superchip Custom Eliminator" is a 4 Bank Chip and is specifically tuned for your 1987 - 2004 Mustang. These SCT Performance Chips work well on both modified and stock cars. An industry first multiple program custom 4 Bank chip dramatically improves performance, gas mileage, torque and horsepower while improving throttle response, towing power and eliminating the factory REV and Speed Limiters. Easily switch between Power Levels on the fly with the wired remote Dial Selector. You can even add an optional Dual-Stage 2-Step Box Rev Limiter so you can keep your eyes on the "Christmas Tree" instead of your tachometer.
When ordering SCT Superchips Custom Eliminator 4-Bank Mustang Performance Chip please remember to click the button above to fill out your vehicle information. Failure to do so will result in a delay in the tuning process as we need all of this information before the SCT Chip can be tuned:
Recommended Additional Optional Tunes:
- Year and Model of your car
- Computer code
- Octane Used (If not specified we automatically tune for 93+ for maximum gains, 91+ in CA)
- Rear and Transmission
- Stock or Modified
- Stock/H/X-Pipe Catalytic Converters or Not
- Mufflers or Straight-through/Glasspack Style Exhaust
- List of all modifications
- Two-Step Box Rev Limiter RPM Range/MPH Trigger (Add-on Option Below 1999+ Manual Only, Uses One Tuning Bank)
- Valet/Friend mode lets you set the RPM Range/MPH Cap when someone else is driving your car (Requires additional tune 1999+ Only)
NOTE: Some heavily modified cars, or cars with certain aftermarket parts are not tunable with a mail order tune, and may require you to take your car and chip to a local SCT dealer to have them perform a dyno tune.
- Additional Octane Levels (87+ Economy, 93+ Performance, etc)
- 2-Step Rev Limiter (1999-2004 Manual Only) - Click to learn more
What does a 2-Step Rev Limiter do? Well, when you are at a complete stop with the clutch in, when you push the accelerator, your rev limiter is temporarily set at a predetermined lower limit (I.E. 3000RPM) until you start to roll. This is to aid in racing, as it helps with launching, and also helps because you can look at the starting lights instead of looking at your tachometer.
- Burn-out Box Rev Limited Tune (1999-2004 Manual Only)
- Valet or Friend Mode (1999-2004 Only)
- Nitrous Tune up to 100 Shot
- Planned Future Modifications
||Custom Tunes Held:
||4-Bank Eliminator Chip
It is important to correctly identify your Mustang’s computer code. There are literally hundreds of codes and it would be impossible and potentially hazardous to your motor to attempt to guess your code. Included are some examples of codes that you might find during these years to help you recognize your car's code.
Usually 2 Letters and 1 Number
Example Formats: A3M, A9L, A9P
Usually 2 Letters and 2 Numbers
Example Formats: H4M3, T4M0, U4P0
Usually 3 letters and 1 Number
Example Formats: XSH1, CDC3, MDE2
Where to Locate the Mustang Computer Code
The Mustang computer code on 87-04 Mustangs should be on the passenger side door jam on a rectangular white sticker. Sometimes the sticker comes off, so you will need to look under the passenger side kick panel on the actual computer to get the Mustang computer code.
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The computer code on 2005-2009 Mustangs is under the hood on the passenger side located on a silver rectangular box.
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Knowing your Mustang Computer Code is important for tuning.
To learn more about custom Tuning see the following links.