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Discussion in 'Prospective Raptor Owners' started by Trestan Meyer, Sep 15, 2020.

  1. PorterW1111

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    Bahaha funny I didn’t even catch the spelling difference. I was just confused as to why someone is reving there motor while pressing the break to the point of a steady 1500rpm. I feel like if I did that the tires would break loose
     
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    You mean besides the new TRX...
     
  3. MTF

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    If someone is new to the Gen 1 Raptor and didn't do any research what so ever,
    they will not know that Ford put all kinds of stupid ass nannies in the Raptor.

    Once the OP researches a little bit, @Trestan Meyer
    he'll find out the biggest complaint is the Throttle body will not open up to 100% until 3.500 rpms.
    That's a big part of his launch problem.
    A Tune will take care of that and dummy down other nannies to a certain extent.
    JDM has a burnout Tune for the 2011-2014 year Raptor.
    I don't know if they made it a standard in all their Tunes, you would have to call them on that.

    Power breaking does nothing but burn the bands and fluid in the tranny.
     
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