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Bama LiveWire TS w/ 3 Custom Tunes (11-14 V6)

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$599.99

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Features
  • 4" Color touch screen display
  • Improves horsepower, torque, overall performance, and more
  • Includes 3 Custom Bama Tunes - $150 Value
  • Holds up to 10 tunes at once
  • Reads/clears DTC Trouble Codes
  • Built-In performance calculator
  • Input for rear view camera
  • Free personalized ID plaque (pictured above)
  • Windshield mount included
  • PC/Windows Compatible Only
Description
Bama Custom Tuning at AmericanMuscle. Power. Performance. Personalized. Proven
  • Power

    2011+ V6s have dyno proven gains of 18 RWHP and 22 ft-lb's of Torque or more on Bama Custom Tunes. By adding more fuel, optimizing the air/fuel ratio and tweaking variable cam timing, a Bama Custom Tune is proven to squeeze out the extra horsepower that Ford left on the table.
  • Performance

    Drastically enhanced throttle response and a much more aggressive throttle map will dramatically improve your Mustang's acceleration, shaving tenths off your quarter mile time while throwing you into the back of your seat every time you smash the gas. Automatic transmissions will see an even greater gain in acceleration and drivability, as the tune adjusts shift points and firmness.
  • Personalized

    For each and every Bama Tune, we ask you 19 questions about your specific Mustang, including your unique set up and intended use, in an easy to use web form. This information allows us to write an entirely custom tune just for your specific vehicle to ensure we deliver the most power and performance possible.
  • Proven

    Our Bama Custom Tunes are developed in-house on our Dynojet 224xLC chassis Dyno. Hours of research and development through street, track and dyno testing/datalogging left us with fully refined custom tunes. The Bama Performance team has exclusive access to our inventory of parts.

3 Bama Custom Tunes:

Free Tunes For Life

Purchase a Bama Custom Tuned device, and anytime you make a change to your Mustang that requires a new tune, just let us know. Bama will create a new custom tune, and the files will be emailed straight to you.
  • STREET TUNE

    Street Tune

    Designed as a daily driver program that focuses in on increasing mid-range power.
  • RACE TUNE

    Race Tune

    This tune will get you the largest increase in performance. Designed for the "Race only use", as the timing and throttle response are very aggressive.
  • PERFORMANCE TUNE

    Performance Tune

    This tune adds power at 3000 RPMs and higher, focusing more on the top end HP and all out performance driving.

Mustang Fitment: 2011 2012 2013 2014 Details

What's in the Box
  • (1) LiveWire Touch Screen Tuner
  • (1) ODBII Interface Cable
  • (1) USB Charging Cable & power plug
  • (1) Windshield Mount
Installation Info
Tech Specs
Bama Custom Tuning at AmericanMuscle. Power. Performance. Personalized. Proven
  1. Buy this Tuner & Submit your Mustang's Info
  2. A Bama Performance Calibrator writes custom tunes just for your Mustang & Mods
  3. Load 'em on your Mustang and GO!
  4. As you add new mods, Bama will update your tune files for FREE!
    That's right, Free Tunes for Life!
Automatic On / Off / Sleep Mode. Tired of devices that stay on after the ignition is turned off? The Livewire TS features both a Sleep & Auto Off mode. 2 minutes after the ignition is turned off, Livewire TS goes into sleep mode, drawing very little power. After 2 days of inactivity, it automatically turns itself off to save your vehicle's battery.

Rear View Camera Input. The Rear View Camera Input Connector is built-in to the Livewire TS OBD-II Cable for easy connection of most aftermarket Rear View Cameras!

Free tunes for life! Every customer that purchases a custom tuner is enrolled in the "Free tunes for life" program. Any time that you make additional mods to your vehicle, our team of SCT certified Bama Custom Tuners will create new tunes for you. Just send us a list of the part or parts you've added and we'll email the new tune files to you.

Custom Bama Tunes specific to your vehicle. When you order a tuner, you aren't just getting a tuner - you are getting the tuner and 3 dyno-tested custom Bama tunes:

  • Street (87-93 octane) - The street tune is designed as a daily driver program that focuses on increasing mid-range power. Automatic vehicles are further enhanced by making adjustments to the transmission's shift points and firmness.

  • Performance (87-93 octane) - The Performance program is designed to add power at 3000 RPMs and higher, focusing more on the top end horsepower and all out performance driving. Timing, fuel and throttle response settings are slightly more aggressive than the street tune. This is a great track tune but also works well for daily drivers that are looking for a little more "get up and go" than the street tune. The automatic transmission settings are the same as in the street tune.

  • Race (91 - 93 octane) - The race tune will ensure the largest increase in vehicle performance. Using the highest grade of fuel available in your area is mandatory. This file is designed for "Race Use Only", as the timing, fuel, and throttle response settings are very aggressive. It is so aggressive that we do not recommend it for daily driving as it may cause your vehicle to try to jump out from a stop and easily spin the tires. On automatics, we implement entirely new shift points and firmness settings to further enhance the all-out performance of the vehicle.

Nitrous (91-unleaded race gas) - Our nitrous option can be added to any of our previously mentioned tune options, but only for 91-octane unleaded fuel.

Easy to load; easy to restore. When you load your custom tune on the vehicle, the tuner automatically stores your vehicle's factory settings. To return the vehicle to its factory settings, just plug the tuner back in, select the option to restore the factory settings, and you're done.

**NOTE: Programming custom tunes may take 3-4 business days. We recommend ordering other products separately to avoid delay. Some heavily modified cars are not tunable with a mail order tune. Click for details.

SCT Livewire Touch Screen Custom Flash Programmer Features:

  • 4" Color Touch Screen Display
  • Diagnose / Read / Clear DTC Trouble Codes
  • Performance calc for 1/8 Mile ET, 1/4 Mile ET and 0-60mph with estimated HP & TQ
  • User Adjustable Features and Graphics
  • User Adjustable Warning / Alerts
  • High Speed Datalogging
  • Automatic On / Off / Sleep Mode
  • Rear View Camera Input
  • For preloaded strategy tunes or heavily modded cars requiring a local dyno tune** check out the SCT LiveWire TS Preloaded Tuner.
Chip/Handheld: Handheld Custom/Strategy: Custom
Memory Size: N/A - Expandable Custom Tunes Held: 10
Year: 2011-2014 V6 Model: LiveWire TS Custom Tuner
Manufacturer: SCT Special Features: 4" Color Touch Screen
Built-In Performance Tests
Review camera input
Will it fit my Mustang?
  • V6 - 11, 12, 13, 14

Not compatible with Mac software

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Overall Rating 4.2/5 Write a Review
5/5
Livewire vs other options.

So this is the second sct product I've purchased, both with tunes by BAMA, sold thru AM. I bought my sct x3 for just the tunes and data logging. The reason I moved on up to the live wire, was for the gauge

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4/5
Great tuner

This tuner is very neat! Just plug the cord into the OBDII port of the car and it's good to go! Good: BAMA tune is just great, no need to explain; Colorful touch screen; Different gauges and fast data

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Stock tune Does this new tuner let you modify the stock tune like the Diablo Trinity T-1000 tuner does?

supr Year: 2013 Model: V6

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  • No, you cannot modify the stock calibration without any other changes made without a custom tune designed just to do that. With the Bama custom tunes, you can request specific changes to be made to any of the tunes we offer or a unique one of your own. Give our Bama team a call if you have any additional questions!

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    LisaS Year: 1992 Model: GT

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3 Customers Recommend this Product

  • Performance Gain: 4.75 4.8/5
  • Seat Of Your Pants Feel: 4.75 4.8/5
  • Ease Of Use: 3.5 3.5/5
  • Bang For Your Buck: 4.25 4.3/5
  • Preferred Tune: Performance
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  • 5/5 Yes, I recommend this product

    October 06, 2013

    Livewire vs other options.

    So this is the second sct product I've purchased, both with tunes by BAMA, sold thru AM. I bought my sct x3 for just the tunes and data logging. The reason I moved on up to the live wire, was for the gauge experience. My car is a daily driver, I don't want to cut into the dash, and this seemed a little sleek looking in comparison to other models. So now it sits in my top section of my windshield, with the wire running behind the plastic curtain paneling and behind the dash. It has to stay plugged in to run, but will go into sleep mode after give minutes of my car being off. Holding down the button for ten seconds will power out down. The gauges are customizable, and have plenty of layouts. The LSD screen does flicker when ambient temperature is below 60°F. People have complained about the screen being not responsive, and although this is true, only to an extent. I gave it the benefit of the doubt and with pushing hard, it will do exactly as asked. Overall, its like a replacement for track apps with a tune and gauges. Do I wish it was one hundred dollars cheaper? Absolutely... That would've been perfect and I wouldn't have waited so long, but all in all, do it right with this product if you're looking for an all in one. You won't regret it.

    GeorgieeFF

    Year: 2014 Model: V6 Driving Style: Daily Driver 'Stangs I have owned: 2 Virginia and NYC

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  • 4/5 Yes, I recommend this product

    February 07, 2013

    Great tuner

    This tuner is very neat! Just plug the cord into the OBDII port of the car and it's good to go! Good: BAMA tune is just great, no need to explain; Colorful touch screen; Different gauges and fast data logging; Many performance tests. Bad: Touch screen is not very easy to use, but acceptable; OBDII cord is a little hard to be unplugged from port.

    WU302

    Year: 2012 Model: V6 Driving Style: Street / Strip 'Stangs I have owned: 2 West Lafayette, IN, USA

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  • 4/5 Yes, I recommend this product

    May 31, 2015

    good product

    I just got my tuner installed definitely a more fun car to drive. According to the est hp on my tuner i gained almost 40 hp from stock. The tuner seems slow to me when uploading tunes to the car. Although i answered all the questions asked i still had to adjust the rev/mile as my speedometer was off 5 mph according to my gps. The tuner seems to work i definitely spin the tires alot more so be careful when first using it and enjoy.

    proxfan

    Year: 2011 Model: V6 Driving Style: Daily Driver 'Stangs I have owned: 1 prior lake, MN

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  • 4/5

    May 17, 2015

    Day Three with Bama Livewire TS (Bama product support / Unit review)

    After reading Coke/Pepsi type discussions (perhaps Ford/Chevy is more appropriate here) I took the plunge on a Livewire TS unit. I decided on the Livewire as my car didn't have the track apps functions. The gauges and performance tests options are of course extra bells and whistles but that was really what I was looking for on my daily driver pony. A little about myself; I'm not mechanically inclined but I am inclined to be mechanical. I enjoy working on my car and upgrading pieces as a past-time in itself not the means to an end. With that said, my comments are not those of an 'expert' but rather an average Joe doing the driveway mechanic weekend gig. My car that this is for is a 2014 Mustang V6 standard package with BBK 73mm TB; Airraid CAI; BMR LCA; Barton Short Throw Shifter and Bracket; Strut Tower Brace. After choosing the Livewire TS unit (it was between this and the Diablosport Trinity T-1000), I had to decide from where. Bama Tunes (American Muscle) with their free tunes for life was too hard to beat. I was able to find the Livewire online for around $500 but then having a custom tune written would have run another $75/tune. Bama really had the best deal around. Alex from AM that is active on the forums hooked me up with the 6 forum member discount took the unit price down to $563. At that price it was actually cheaper than one custom tune and the unit elsewhere. I took the plunge. I ordered the unit on this past Tuesday with expected shipment scheduled for Thursday. Later in the day I got an email from Bama asking for information on my car to write a custom tune. Doing that process I saw a notice that custom tunes take 5-7 business days to write. This was a bummer as I was expecting my tuner for the weekend. However, it seems that tunes written for tuner purchases get priority and I got the shipment notice that it went out on Thursday afternoon. Friday afternoon, it showed up. Three day turnaround on the tuner, custom tune being written and installed on the unit seems pretty good to me. The Livewire TS unit has had some posts put up here and there that the touch screen is awful. It is not awful but... it has a weird sensitivity to it that if I had a smart phone like that, I'd return it. C- to D on the touch screen. Another physical issue with the tuner is that all the images of the Livewire TS show the ODBII cable as having a 90 degree angle where it attaches to the unit. I had plans of mounting it center on my dash and this cable bend seemed logical. To my dismay the ODBII cable was a straight cable with no bend as pictured on the AM website and other places. (http://www.americanmuscle.com/sct-ts-livewire-1113v6.html). Backing up a bit, I did look at the Livewire TS unit elsewhere that had its ODBII connection on the back of the unit and not the side as is the case with the Livewire TS. The lack of a 90 degree cable bend for a side connection on a device designed for dash mounting would have been enough to have me opt for the TS over the TS. Neither Bama nor SCT have the 90 degree bend cables available. This sounds trifling but it was a major disappointment when mounting the unit. I went to the SCTflash site to update the unit and it need a bunch of files but this was reasonably smooth and fast. Prior to updating, I called Bama to make sure the update wouldn't nuke the preloaded custom tunes they put in. I had a physical person on the phone inside of a minute who was courteous and helpful. I should have gotten his name but didn't. I sincerely felt that I got excellent attention and service on my call. After reading scattered posts about folks having trouble reaching Bama, I was concerned but at least in my case it was fast and pleasant. Using the unit (insert mild blue flame language here until I get as used to that #@*and$ touch screen as I could) it was straight forward. Setting up the gauge layout had about eight (I didn't count) different layouts. Each readout was customizable as to what you wanted displayed. For some reason, I was expecting something where I could add in digital gauges like on a PC. Nope, not here. But all in all they were what I wanted to see and were acceptable. Flashing the cars BIOS (or at least that what I equate it to) aka programming the car with the new tune takes a few minutes. Lots of warnings about don't turn key off or disconnect the unit were displayed. PC folks out there know what hosing up a flash can mean. I almost felt like stringing up some police tape and a Jersey Barrier when it was loading. I opted to sit in the car trying to look cool while sweating the anxiety out. I loaded up the 87 octane street/performance tune first. Driving impressions were good. I did not feel any additional power or pull at any point with the tune but, the car seemed to "feel" happier. As if all the aftermarket parts I installed were now singing from the same sheet of music. That is what the tuner is supposed to do anyway. To qualify my "feeling" about this. I was expecting to sense some extra pull or something and didn't so I was actually primed to be negative; the smoothness of the engine was markedly improved. Driving about 100 miles in both city/highway conditions seemed to show about 1-2 mpg increase. Loading up the 93 octane race tune next, I did feel the difference there. Much more low end and mid range punch. Throttle responsiveness was noticeably improved. I installed a 73 mm BBK throttle body a couple of months ago which made a great improvement over stock with throttle response. The Bama tune took this to the next level. Driving around for about 75 miles or so on this tune my gas mileage seemed to go back to normal (approx 23mpg). Considering 93 octane gas runs about an extra .50 cents a gallon here in Virginia. Running the 93 octane tune daily would cost me about an extra $50/month with my daily commute. Nice option to have however if I want to fill up with the good stuff and load up the race tune. FYI - I didn't think about this until I read it elsewhere; do not run the 93 octane race tune on a tank of 87 octane gas. You will damage your engine. Seems like a no brainer but I'm trying to put all the tid-bids I had to dig for online for anyone agonizing on this purchase as I was. Okay, moment of truth. First, I do want to make a point for you younger guys there is a difference between driving fast and being reckless. 30 years ago I did a lot of sport bike riding and we affectionately referred to it as "road dance." You should always obey all state and local traffic laws but... be smart and safe. I won't get into details about my secret spot that is flat and straight for three miles with all but no traffic. (Just shy of rating a bridge to nowhere highway project.) Part of the reason I selected the Livewire TS was the performance measuring. The unit records 0-60, 1/4 mile and braking. The Livewire TS unit boasts this plus 1/8 mile times. ( 2 for folks thinking about waiting for the TS unit to be more widely available. As far as how accurate the unit's timer is for measuring speed/time, I can't say. For my purposes in seeing what kind of a performance increase the Bama tune would give me, it provided a consistent measure so I could compare apples to apples. I made a few passes with each being a 'granny launch'. Hey, this is my daily driver and that heating up the tires thing is best when money is on the table or if you're at the track. Ambient air temperature was about 91 degrees. Stock tune loaded up earned me a quarter mile of 15.22 @ 98mph. The Livewire TS unit gives you a breakdown after a run. This run per the unit: 1/4 mile ET: 15.22 @ 98.9mph Est HP: 230 Est TQ: 213 0-30: 2.89 0-60: 6.79 Bama 93 Octane Race tune loaded up earned: 1/4 mile ET: 14.65 @ 100.5 Est HP: 225.5 Est TQ: 291.9 0-30: 2.68 0-60: 4.54 A couple of things about the times as reported by the unit that surprised me were the end trap speed and the torque. Half a second quicker with the race tune I thought would have given me a much higher end trap speed. Also the estimate torque numbers. Est HP when down 5 ponys from stock to race with the torque going up 79. This just didn't seem right to me but I suppose I should relay on the word "estimated". I can't explain it but it is what it is. At the end of the day, I'm marginally satisfied with the Livewire TS but very pleased with Bama Performance for shipping, helpfulness and accessibility. Lots of pros here but the cons are what I was looking for when I was shopping around before so I'll give those to you. Side port connection for straight OBDII cable after all images were of a cable with a 90 degree bend for dash use was a big fail. If you are debating a purchase on one of these tuners, do yourself a favor and wait for the Livewire TS unit with its rear port. That alone makes the wait worthwhile. American Muscle/Bama have the online sales image with the 90 degree bend cable as do everyone else so with a clean sweep of thumbs up to AM/Bama on my experience with them for this purchase, they do get one thumbs down for the image of what you are ordering being slightly different than what you get. The Livewire TS touch screen after I got the hang of it is a solid C- grade. Gauge configuration does not seem as robust on the Livewire TS as it appears to be on the Diablesport Trinity but 'appears' is a relative concept of the unknown (at least for me.) Am I glad I got the unit and was it worthwhile; yes. I hope my thoughts are helpful to others out there in the same boat I was the week before I ordered mine.

    DeanBarker

    Year: 2014 Model: V6 Driving Style: Daily Driver 'Stangs I have owned: 1 Williamsburg, VA

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