Some dyno results for the naysayers.

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Thought I’d show everyone a quick comparison of a couple parts vs stock on an UNTUNED truck. We did this last year but the topic comes up in the Facebook performance group rather violently so I wanted to share some information. This is a 2019 XLT sport, with wheels and tires, 93 octane, stock tune and Roush exhaust.
The first pull is off the street as described above.

The second pull is adding a Roush CAI, no other changes.

The third pull is adding a Revolution Automotive turbo inlet pipe to the above parts. After these tests the stock inlet pipe was reinstalled and the truck was dyno tuned for much more power.

Forgive me for the cell phone picture of a tv screen but I am lazy.

The last picture is the before (off the street as described) and the final results of being dyno tuned with all above parts EXCEPT the Revolution inlet pipe. These are actual dyno pulls done on a customers truck in our shop. FYI I do not recommend Roush intakes because they are still quite restrictive but I have no reason to hide their results and I am impressed by the performance of Roush intakes on stock tune trucks for sure!

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Those torque numbers at the RPMs are really impressive.
 

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Second photo, lower graph.
Thanks, I was making sure. Yeah we don’t like the big and short torque bump that quickly tapers down. We worked hard on the tune to make a large, broad torque curve that compliments the horsepower.
 


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Your turbo intake is fairly unique and while it may be the stock turbo influencing performance I don't see a real problem. The only thing I'd want is less noise from the swap as I understand you experience a 'whistle.' I wonder where it's being generated and if it can be compensated for?
 
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The one dyno pull #7 on the first picture is the only run with the inlet pipe, all others were with the stock one.
I really don’t notice much noise from it when used with the Mishimoto and similar style intakes. The noise is amplified by open style HAI’s. Of course it will always be somewhat louder than stock regardless of what intake you have.
 

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It is known that tuning this truck will give ~40 HP and ~60 TQ, even on the stock airbox. It's interesting to see the difference pre-tune, but almost no difference with the Roush box post-tune. Maybe the Roush box leans out the stock AFR to bump stock numbers, but a tune has them leaned out enough already?
 

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So basically saying the best bang for the buck power will truly be a tune vs anything else. Got it.
Yes and I wish more people had the FP tune on a stock truck. There's where the power, and mpg myths, get interesting.
 
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Cool thread. +1 for downpipe. I really think the added air from an intake benefits in conjunction with the downpipe and catback.
 

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Yes and I wish more people had the FP tune on a stock truck. There's where the power, and mpg myths, get interesting.
I stick with the Livernoise Tow tune and I suspect it was close in power to the Ford Performance Tune. That said I was also able to switch to 87 without flashing it as well
 

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The one dyno pull #7 on the first picture is the only run with the inlet pipe, all others were with the stock one.
I really don’t notice much noise from it when used with the Mishimoto and similar style intakes. The noise is amplified by open style HAI’s. Of course it will always be somewhat louder than stock regardless of what intake you have.
No other changes i.e. charge pipes then without dyno tuning it's not a lot of change over stock.

Always the tune helps, IIRC even Mishimoto doesn't make power claims without them.
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