I honestly was already planning on how I was going to get half of a broken 10.5 grade bolt out, with every snap it did. Then it just started coming out and finally could just get it out with a simple ratchet. I couldn't believe the amount of threadlocker on there. I've taken bolts out with red loctite that came out easier. I swear it's not threadlocker, it's actual cement. Until someone proves me wrong, that's my headcanon. 😛
You ST guys have the B4 struts from the factory...so they're pretty stiff on bumps and potholes? I would like to upgrade to some stiffer springs and shocks from my Sport but my wife really doesn't want to sacrifice the ride quality. She's ridden in my GSX on coilovers and solid mounts so she's all paranoid now and won't let me touch the suspension. Lol.
To answer the question, yeah I use the MyCalibrator Touch.
Also just for relevance to any future readers of the thread, the member in question who lost his motor did extensive upgrades to the turbos and airflow of the engine, and used a tune designed for a stock/very mildly modified engine. LMS tunes are very good at correcting for different fuels and based on knock seen or not, but no ECU other than the aftermarket standalones like Haltech will save an engine from major airflow changes. Example: throw a bigger turbo on a stock Ecoboost mustang and crank the boost up, it'll cost you the engine. Not Ford's fault per say.
I've watched mine like a hawk because I'm a DSM'er and that's kinda what we have to do, and I never see knock or etc. It's amazing the tech built into these engines.
With that said, all tuners no matter how good will have issues. There are freak events that happen, stuff changes, and cars come with safe stock tunes for a reason. That's why ALL tuners provide a disclaimer saying no warranty is offered and no coverage for blown engines or engine damage. It's the risk you take.
Livernois, Unleashed, BCB, etc, all are a great option. For a stock or lightly modified Edge(intake/exhaust/minor stuff), any of them you can't go wrong with. Go with whichever meets your budget. For me, the ease and use of the LMS tuner (and their customer service) completely won me over. I've gotten no lie probably 10 tunes from Anthony @ LMS, all for free, and all with absolute ease where other tuners will charge you for more than what they originally included with your bundle. He's also called me personally and talked me through how to recover the ECU because I was an idiot and left the trailer harness plugged in(or the radio on), and the ECU got ticked off at me when trying to upload new tunes. Never got irritated, never made me wait. Instant service, instant gratification. When I get an Explorer ST, I will be going with LMS to tune it too.
For those who ordered an ABS intake they should be arriving by the end of today 05/14. There are two V2 ABS intakes in stock ready to ship that are available right now if anyone is interested. The Carbon Fiber material is still waiting to be manufactured and shipped to me. When it does arrive there will be 2 CF intakes available that have not been spoken for. I will post when it does arrive.