Ford tune for Ranger !?!?!!! Coming soon....

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  1. FlRanger

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    578 miles on one tank? No F’n way bro. My truck is broken then because I don’t even get 300miles. Given my bigger tires the computer is off but not by that much.
     
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    I think I read here that someone has it, but didn't give much details. He probably hasn't had time with it to compile anything yet? I could have been dreaming lol...I am old. ;)
     
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    Hi Rich, Yes I think what ur saying is correct but I'm not familiar with the Ford Perf. intake or tune. I installed the Roush CAI which they use fords filter box and supply snorkel but replace the box cover, add cone filter and the feed line down to the blower. Claiming to 21% more air flow. Then they prefer that a Ford dealership does the flash for loading the tune. I should be getting the Roush tune loaded this coming week so we will c how that goes. As for the 3yr/36,000 warranty, that starts from when the vehicle was delivered not from when the Roush Level 1 was installed. Owner needs to send warranty paperwork into Roush after install and from talking to them, if something does go wrong and u need 2 use, it sounds like they provide $7500 engine related, $2000 for trans/rear related repair. Roush is showing their final dyno numbers after using 93 octane, the CAI and their tune as being 275 rwhp and 339 rwtq so using my estimated numbers, I'm guessing that would be 295 to 305 engine hp and 360 to 370 engine torq. @ the crank. You would have 2 compare that 2 the specs Ford Performance is showing. That's the extent that I know.
     
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    Very helpful. Thanks. As long as I would spend that kind of money if indeed the performance increases are comparable I would probably opt for the Roush. I have shown some of the info to my dealer. I live in a small town and know management - service, sales, etc. quite well - and drive vehicles back from auction for them and I'm sure they would do right by me regardless of which option. I'm wondering if one would "hear" the intake more with the cone filter vs the drop in. As I say somewhere in this thread I already use 93 octane and get it across the line in Iowa at less than the price of 87 in Illinois.
     
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    Hahahaha! I get that Old part. I don't remember eather if anyone has posted on having a Roush Performance Level 1 on a Ranger but then I have that Old problem also. I have a great memory, it's just the recall mechanism that doesn't function well all the time. At least, if all goes well, I will say this week someone, being me, will have the Roush system on a Ranger.
     
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    Yes, Have been running 93 octane since picking up my Ranger also. I also have had the CAI in for some time and can't say that I notice any difference in the intake sound.
     
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    They sell the CAI because I believe a lot of people don’t believe in things they can’t see, and therefor have trouble forming over money for just the tune.
     
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    So I went hunting and found it...User is SHOCKM and his post is 811 in the What have you done to your Ranger thread...Page 55 I think..


    so...we ain't so old after all. :whew:
     
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    Lol no its not.... i was driving 65 and i went from los angeles to utah and that was on my second tank. I get like 330 miles when i go to work and thats 100 percent city
     
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    Using your numbers, that's 32 MPG Hwy and 18 MPG city... In my '13 Ram 4x4 CC Hemi, the computer said I could get 551 miles on a 32 gal tank (17 MPG Hwy). Are you getting these numbers from the distance to empty (computer) or are these actual hand calculated MPG's ? Tune ?
     
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    These are both but the computer was usually off a little... the 32 mpg was when i went to utah and was on cruise control the whole way going only 65mph plus i was using 91 i made that trip in july of 2019 and other wise the 18 mpg is just from me going to work its city driving no tune bone stock
     

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