COBB tuning Raptor tune

Discussion in 'Ford Raptor Engine Discussion and Performance Mods' started by Gsteve, May 24, 2018.

  1. FORZDA 1

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    None... Logical people don't take kindly to "illegal aliens". What part of "illegal" :badidea: is hard for them to understand? Just ask the leftist :bawl: folks for the illogical answer. :thumbsdown:
     
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    smurfslayer Be vewwy, vewwy quiet. We’re hunting sasquatch77

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    Wrong. Fairfax and Arlington, just to name 2.
    In reality, Roanoke, Hampton, VA Beach, Richmond, Petersburg, Chesapeake, Alexandria and the 2 above all have some level of sanctuary policy. Even though VA is a “Dillon rule” commonwealth, that doesn’t prevent these rogue, separatist cults from making their own rules.

    You don’t really think the landed gentry of Fairfax county want to pay honest, US citizen wages to honest US citizens, do you? Of course they don’t. They want to pay cheap wages to “those people” who won’t complain about low wages. So they can turn around and donate their money to “acceptable” causes.

    back to topic. Has anyone actually broached the drive mode retention with Cobb?
     
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    Yeah, I can't argue with that statement. Fucking greedy landowners will do anything for cheap labor and there's enough tobacco, pigs, and corn farmers to draw in the illegals.

    As for the Cobb question, my experience says NO they won't add such functions to overcome OEM "safety" of functional lockouts. That said, I'm sure you will be able to adjust throttle mapping, shift points, etc. if you also have their Accesstuner software for your AP.
     
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    ok ladies.... enuff of the slap fest
     
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    So, I think @Gsteve is saying he wants to hear about more bikes in this Cobb Tuning thread...

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    I gots nuttun mo tah sez bout that thare... fur now :33:
     
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    Do you think mode retention would be a possibility with the software of would that be outside of the abilities?
     
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    It’s outside their “normal” software functions and not included in their software package. They certainly could design and implement something though, but not likely to do so. You can sure ask them through their web site “contact” link though.
     
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    With their tune "Normal" mode can be made to fun like or better than "Sport". You won't feel the need to toggle Sport at every start up.
     
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    That is exactly what I hope for. Sport mode shifts are way too rough in my truck... is that a “I haven’t driven in sport mode enough for the ECU to learn” thing? I was hoping sport mode shits to be smoother with the tune or normal to be so much stronger I wouldn’t care to shift into sport. All which brings up another question: wha effect do these current tuners have on all of the different modes, and or what would Cobb do for the tune? On,y apply to norm or sport and not affect the other modes? Or would performance gains be static across all drive modes, thus making modes like crawl or snow act different than stock?
     
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