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TracKey available for 2013 Mustang Boss 302 starting May 1st

By - April 27, 2012 – 3:48 pm2 Comments | 2,975 views

2013 Ford Mustang Boss 302 TracKey

Today Ford Racing Performance Parts announced that its TracKey calibration will be available for the 2013 Mustang Boss 302 starting on May 1st. In case you don’t remember, TracKey is a 50 state legal aftermarket engine performance software upgrade for the 2012 Boss 302 and Laguna Seca. Designed to optimize Boss 302 for track use, TracKey uses many of the same software algorithms and features employed in some of Ford Racing’s turn-key race car such as the Boss 302R, Boss 302S, and Cobra Jet.  In addition, TracKey also allows owners of the Boss 302 to maintain the smooth drivability of the production car just by switching ignition keys.

Whenever the TracKey is used to start the vehicle, many engine control characteristics are changed to be more suitable for track use.  These include:

  • Twin Independent Variable Cam Timing (TiVCT)
  • Engine braking
  • Ignition timing
  • Wide-Open Throttle fueling
  • Accelerator pedal map
  • Idle speed
  • Throttle response
  • Skip-shift disable

In addition, the following features are unique to TracKey

  • Driver adjustable Launch Control, or “2-step engine speed limiting”
  • Driver adjustable Pit Lane Speed Control
  • Lopey idle

[Source: Ford Racing Performance Parts]




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2 Comments »

  • Sean says:

    Wish they had one for the GT. . . But then again, you can always get a tune but the TracKey is just so much more “cooler”!

  • DT Teaze says:

    Just read and reread this wonderful news. Is it only for the LS or for all the 2013 Boss 302′s – ??
    Thanks in advance for any answers
    Best,
    -dt

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