Lund Racing nGauge with a Tune for all 2015, 2016 and 2017 Shelby GT350 and GT350R Mustangs.
CJ Pony Parts is very proud to offer you the ability to own Lund Racing’s nGauge (P/N: LR-nGauge) with a custom tailored Lund Racing tune designed specifically for your 2015-2017 Shelby GT350 and GT350R Mustang!
The new nGauge from Lund Racing is a digital gauge that will connect directly to your GT350 or GT350R Mustang’s OBD2 port, allowing you the ability to view live data with extremely intuitive data-logging, read and clear codes, reprogram your ECU and do several other functions that have never been so easily packed into one device before. When you purchase an nGauge, you will receive a Lund Racing custom tune that is created precisely for your vehicle based upon your exact modifications. This makes Lund Racing’s tuning much more than just a typical "canned" tune. This allows them to continue to set the standard in late-model Ford tuning and will continue to do so for many years to come.
- Base Tune (Supports Full Bolt-on Vehicles with a Intake, Headers, Throttle Body, etc…)
- Nitrous Tune (Base Tune with Support for a Installed Nitrous System)
*Lund Racing recommends increased octane fuel if spraying a 100 shot and above with the Nitrous Tune.
- E85 Tune (Base Tune with Support for the use of E85 Ethanol Fuel)
*Tuning for Shelby GT350 and GT350R Mustangs with rear axle/gear swaps are currently NOT available.*
*To successfully purchase an nGauge and receive the correct tune file for your vehicle, you must provide all the required info on the product page, have a valid email address and have access to a computer so that you can load your tune file onto the Lund Racing nGauge using the supplied USB card or through a mini USB cable (NOT included). CJ Pony Parts will NOT load tune files onto your Lund Racing nGauge before shipping. Your tune will be emailed to you directly from Lund Racing within a few business days of your order shipping from CJ Pony Parts. Expedited shipping options will NOT speed up the process of receiving your tune from Lund Racing.
Lund Racing nGauge Features:
- 2.4" 320 x 240 Color LCD
- Resistive Touch Screen
- 2 Analog Inputs
- 6 Programmable LEDs
- Chrome Bezel with Brushed Aluminum Overlay
- Thin Design to Save Space
- Auto Sleep/Wake with Ignition
- RS232 and CAN Expansion Port
- Support for Zeitronix Wideband
- Light Sensor with Auto Dimming
- 2 High Speed CAN Channels
- Firmware Update Thru USB or MicroSD
*Due to the dimensions and shape of the Lund Racing nGauge, it is NOT compatible with your typical gauge pods or pillar gauge mounts. We offer two different solutions for mounting the nGauge in your Mustang. See part numbers NGVENT and NGSUCTION.
Lund Racing nGauge Benefits:
- User Configurable Digital Gauges
- Display Up To 6 Gauges at a Time
- Pick From Hundreds of Available OBD2 Signals
- Record Log Files Directly to MicroSD Card
- Programmable Warning Lights
- Built in On-Board Diagnostics
- Daisy Chain up to 7 Gauges Together
- Read and Save Stock File
- Load Hundreds of Tunes from Your MicroSD Card
- Auto Save When Data-logging Stops or Power Loss
- No Updater Software Needed
- First Full File Flash Time is Only 4-5 Minutes
- Flash Updates in Under 1 Minute
Included with the Lund Racing nGauge:
- Touch Stylus
- Micro-SD Card
- Dual T-Slot for Pedestal Mounting
- OBD2 Cable
Manufacturer Part Number: LR-nGauge
*Tuning for GT350’s and GT350R’s with turbocharger, supercharger, aftermarket injectors, fuel system modifications and aftermarket camshafts are currently NOT available.*
Please Note: You must register your nGauge with Lund Racing once you receive it so that you can receive direct support and updates from Lund Racing. Please visit https://support.lundracing.com/hc/en-us/articles/206732117-Lund-Racing-Device-Registration immediately to enable these services. You will also be sent your main configuration file when you receive your tune from Lund Racing.
*The Lund Racing nGauge is locked to Lund Racing tuning only. Other calibrators will NOT be able to use this device to tune your vehicle.
Lund Racing is the go to source for tuning when it comes to anything late-model Mustang. The tuning services that they provide are all determined by the goals that you have for your car. From Custom Mail Order Tuning, Remote Tuning Sessions and Tune Revisions. With the creation of the new nGauge, Lund Racing has the best available tools on the market to safely get the absolute most out of your Mustang.
Order the Lund Racing nGauge with a Tune for your 2015-2017 Shelby GT350 or GT350R Mustang from CJ Pony Parts today!
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The nGauge tuner is a small, but very powerful tuning device for your late model Mustang. We have tunes available here at CJ Pony Parts for the nGauge from Lund for your 2007 through 2016 Shelby, along with any 2011 through 2016 Mustang. The kits do include the nGauge tuner, a custom tune for your vehicle, along with the accessories and a cable to hook it up. In the case of our Shelby, we're going to be mounting it onto the windshield. We're going to use a suction cup, which is also available and sold separately. The nGauge offers a lot of value in that it's not just a tuner. This is obviously going to allow us to flash tune our car, and do it much faster than competing products, but it's also going to do a killer job of doing data logging and give us real time analysis by putting different gauges that are fully controllable and fully selectable right on the screen.
We're going to start by plugging in the tuner to power it up. The OBD-II port on the Shelby is located right here underneath the dash. Once you plug it in, it'll power right up. When you first fire up the nGauge, these are the 3 options you'll get on your main screen. You'll get Gauges, Tuning, and Diagnostic. We'll start with Gauges just to kind of show you how it works. Everything is touch screen on here. I'm going to connect, so what we'll do is hit the key on. Now with the key on, basically this is now a data logging configuration. You can data log pretty much anything the OBD-II can find, so you literally have hundreds, over a thousand different things that you can data log.
Let's scroll through here. Now we'll let it scan. Now basically it found 62 different signals that were active right now without even going through and choosing the ones. These are the ones we can go through, and you can see you can pick different signals, you can get different style displays. You can change colors, all kinds of options for how the display's going to look. I'll go back to the display here. In our case we've got air/fuel ratio, ACT temperature, barometric pressure. There's all kinds of different things you can adjust on here. This is one of the reasons a lot of people like to mount the nGauge in their vehicle.
Unlike a lot of tuners, where you flash the computer, maybe throw it in the trunk if you're not going to use it or bring it out occasionally, the nGauge is a full-time tool. You can use this, you can do all kinds of things on here. You can do fuel pressure, boost, all kinds of different applications. Real time gauge you can add to your car, which is going to basically give you more idea of what's going on under the hood. Now we're going to get out of here. We'll exit the gauges for a minute here and we'll go down to diagnostics. Diagnostics, again, you've got data logging, you have USB. This actually will read to a micro SD card and store data logs. You can then put them in the included adapter. You've got settings. Now you've got read codes and clear codes.
If you ever get a check engine light, you can come in here, click on read codes and it's going to search the vehicle and see if you have any kind of check engine lights on. In our case, we didn't have any, but if you do get one, you can also clear them while you're in there. Then you have vehicle info as well, to tell you the VIN, computer codes, stuff like that. We're going to get out of this screen as well, and go to the most important one, which is going to be tuning. When you come in here, you got vehicle info, status, load tune. Status will tell you if the car is currently tuned or not. We know it's not, so we're just going to go right into load tune. That'll bring up the description.
It can hold multiple tunes, so it's going to ask you which ones you want to go through. In our case it says just one of one, because we only have one tune set up for this car. It is a pump gas tune for GT 350 with the JLT cold air intake. If you have multiple tunes, you simply hit the arrow and you can scroll through and pick the one you want. In our case, like I said, we only have one, so we're going to click on the checkmark. Do you want to flash this tune? Yes, we do. Hit the checkmark again. It'll give you an idea what it'll take. Now in this case, 8 minutes is honestly a little bit higher than it normally takes, but that's about the worst case scenario for your first flash tune.
On a lot of other devices, this will already be half of what a lot of competitors are going to do, but once you flash it the first time, reflashing it is going to be less than a minute every time. When it is communicating with the car, a light is going to go on, noises will go off. It's perfectly normal. Don't worry about any of that. Now what it's doing here, is it's downloading the factory calibration from our GT 350 and storing it in the nGauge tuner. That way if we ever want to go back to stock, we simply go back in, and once we've loaded a tune, stock will be one of our options for tuning, and we can go back to stock if we wanted to.
Now that I've downloaded the factory tune, it's going to erase it so that it can upload the Lund tune from the nGauge. There you go, the tune's installed successfully. You'll know you're done. All the lights will turn on the car, beepers and buzzers will all go off. You can see here, installed successfully. Turn the key of. Basically wait 10 seconds while everything powers down, and you're good to go to start the car, which we'll do that, is start it, and you'll know immediately if the tune is installed. Make sure it'll idle right. Everything will feel good. Yep, fires up, settles to a nice idle. Our tune was loaded successfully.
Here we simply fished a wire up behind the kick panel, through here, just kind of pushed it in there, stuck it on the window. You can see the nGauge is nice and easily in view from the driver, yet kind of out of the way. It's great if you want to have active gauges on when you're driving. You can get your tuner from Lund Racing. It's very easy to install and it's a great tool to have for any Mustang, particularly a track car like the Shelby GT 350. The great way to load the tune should have gave us a lot more horsepower and torque and improve our drivability, but the real benefit for me is the addition of all these gauges. Especially in a car like this, being able to monitor all that information and have it that close to the driver is going to basically be priceless. As far as loading up the tune, it's about a 10 minute process, be back on the road in no time.