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Modifications - Exhaust, Intake, Tune, and Paint

Discussion in 'Ford Raptor Engine Discussion and Performance Mods' started by Cthulhu, Jan 7, 2021.

  1. ColoradoBoss

    ColoradoBoss Full Access Member

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    Fellow Coloradoan here. I'm running a Roush Intake, Cobb intercooler, SPD turbo adapters and catted downpipes, stock resonator and corsa sport muffler. I'm also running a Goose Tune with TCM support and out of the 3 tuners I've tried, his is the best. I have an AWE resonator delete for sale if interested, it made my truck louder than I cared for.
     
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  2. Scott Haydon

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    Colorado Boss, what kind of power are you getting with that setup?
     
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    I've never had it on a dyno.
     
  4. M3sparky

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    i should have 500 at the wheels on my truck or so i would expect at least, doing a [email protected] mph qaurter mile on my draggy on 35s and a heavy truck backs the power up, im running a mpt e50 tune and intake for that run, i am also heavier though than a stock raptor with heavier icon coilovers, leaf set for the rear, ten ply 35s over the factory 34.4 or 34.6 all seasons that it came with, and also the alcon bigger rotor brake kit that is pretty damn heavy so its losing power over the stock setup but i am able to beat most of the cars on the street that are much lighter than i am and the people that get rides from me say that it is very fast for a truck and never expected it to pull so good. im happy with the results , i am changing my high pressure fuel pump next few days to be able to run straight e85 instead of mixing it all the time so i will have a bit more power from running straight e85 ethonal to. so i would def stick to mpt and get the prx tune that will make you satisfied.
     
  5. GooseTuned

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    Hey man! Not sure any tuner has reached out to you personally but I own Goosetuned. I can help you get setup with the COBB Accessport and custom tuning for your specific environment, driving style, and fuel. Its all a custom process. Let me know if I can help!

    We would be in constant communication the whole time, and since I'm the tuner I would be able to walk you through things and let you know how things are looking the whole way!

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    I am in high desert of central Oregon, and do occassionally tow in the summer, so an uprated intercooler is a good addition, even with out a tune. As for the condensation, I still have the OE return lines and kept the shutters.
     

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