Remap & DynoTune Of Ford Mustang EcoBoost
A brief review of 2020 Ford Mustang EcoBoost High Performance
Let's talk about the Drivetrain first. Because this Focus RS Performance engine combined with the 10-speed automatic Transmission is going to be a pro with this mustang. It shifts really well when you're driving slowly around town. And when you're trying to drive this more aggressively, you can put the transmission into sport mode. It does such a fantastic job. The paddle and shifters react really well and you can also bounce off the REV limiter in order to get more power.
This ecoboost engine is genuinely very quick, it's nearly as quick as the Ford Mustang GT, but of course on the highway when you're pulling on the top end the GT is definitely going to pull away which Because it's naturally aspirated. Furthermore, a 2020 Ford Mustang ecoboost in the premium trim level is sitting on the 265-40 Pirelli summer tires which is Wrapped around 19 inch alloy wheels with a gloss grey finish. It also has a high performance braking system with ventilated disc rotors on all four wheels.
Since 2015 the Mustang and the Ecoboost lineup as a whole has received some major updates. First in 2018 with a refresh then again in 2020. It's safe to say, the typical buying demographic of a Mustang Ecoboost is dramatically different than the buyer who is looking at either a GT, GT350 or GT500. The reason people are buying an ecoboost over those cars, is either they don't value the extra performance or it's associated with cost. The Ecoboost is significantly cheaper than the V8 offerings. Both in long-term running cost and associated MSRP. The Ecoboost itself excels surprisingly well as a daily driver. The cabin is very usable. Interior space and practicality is where this car excels as well. The trunk specifically is enormous and when you fold down the rear seats, the amount of storage you can fit in this car is remarkable. The front seats specifically are very comfortable. You have two seating options on an Ecoboost :
- Recaro Seats
- Standard Touring Seats and
They're heated and cooled and they breathe surprisingly well. As a matter of fact, they don't break down over long road trips. The rest of the interior of this car is pretty standard as well. It doesn't feel particularly remarkable, however you do not sacrifice things like : Exterior visibility or storage capacity. The door cards are huge as well as the glove box and the centre armrest area is cavernous.
On the note of electronics, that's really the thing that's changed in this car over the years. After 2015 Ford went away from “My Ford Touch” to “Ford Sync” which added things like android auto and apple carplay. The infotainment itself is very easy to use. It's intuitive and straightforward. In 2018 when they refreshed this car, they added the option of a digital dash. So now you have two gauge cluster options. An analog set of gauges which are easy to read and easy to navigate from that little foreign screen. Or an entirely configurable digital dash. Your tachometer and your speedometer all change in layout based upon your drive mode.
FORD MUSTANG ECOBOOST HIGH PERFORMANCE DRIVETRAIN and ECU
The High Performance Package includes the first EcoBoost engine powered by Ford Performance, which is expected to produce 330 horsepower and 350 lb.-ft. of torque. Which is the most powerful four-cylinder sports car offered by an American automaker. It is good to mention that the 2.3L High Performance Package includes Mustang GT brakes as well as Mustang GT Performance Package aerodynamics and suspension components, making it the most powerful production four-cylinder Mustang ever. Members of the Mustang crew travelled to Valencia, Spain, the home of the Ford Performance-tuned 2.3-liter engine, to persuade factory managers to design a new turbocharged four-cylinder engine exclusively for Mustang.with the Ford Performance-designed engine as a starting point, The EcoBoost was then tuned to provide an estimated 330 horsepower and 350 lb.-ft. of torque using premium fuel (per the SAE J1349 standard).
Ecoboost Engine & ECU
- 2.3 Litre 4-cylinder EcoBoost turbocharged engine managed by ECU Bosch MEDG17 (2014-2017)
- 2.3 Litre 4-cylinder EcoBoost turbocharged engine managed by ECU Bosch MG1CS (2018-now)
you can READ & Write Bosch ECUs which named above with OBD Port (protoclol 414 for MEDG17 and 711 for MG1). it can be possible Read & Write on bench mode by using (protoclol 618 for MEDG17 and 1423 for MG1) then you can change the tables (maps) in ECM Titanum.
- Dim Sport
DimSport Programmer Just support ECU Bosch MEDG17. Reading & Writing files by new genius is possible by protocole (Flash_0428) and new trasdata plugin in bench mode For this ECU that was pointed out (protocol 618/1222) . Then you can use RaceEvo Application to modify original File.
In this programmer like Others you can Read & Write All Of Ecus in OBD Port. But for remapping the Original File you need to other Software like WinOLS.
Reading & writng is Possible but you need to Purchase licence for every car want to map. also you can edit files by VCM editor.
The following are the benefits of the Caracal Tech remap package:
- Boosting acceleration and power by up to 15% in petrol vehicles.
- Improved accurate air to fuel ratio adjustment for more torque at low revs.
- speed limit removal
- Significant improvement in the responsiveness of the accelerator pedal (linearization of throttle behavior without the need for further devices such as a pedal box)
- In petrol models, the DECAT error has been eliminated.
- In petrol models, the second oxygen sensor has been removed.
- In diesel engines, EGR and DPF are being phased out.
- Fixing the problem with the ADBLUE repository
- Raising the cutoff point for the number of client requests (Rev Limit removal)
- Removing immobilizer (immo Off)
- turbo upgrade calibration are supported.
- Watermethanol injection packages are supported.