Would you say the shifting is changed at all with the FPT? Sometimes the 10 speed can be so clunky for me.I'm more of a reader than a writer, but maybe this info will help someone make a decision one way or the other.
I ordered the tune from Levitown Ford on Monday and it arrived yesterday. I registered/updated the ProCal 4 (10 minutes) and pulled the stock file from the Ranger (15 minutes) , then uploaded stock file on my PC and received/installed the performance tune on the ProCal 4 (3 minutes). I called a buddy who owns a successful automotive shop (A.S.E.) to hit the button to download performance tune (7 minutes), cost me a whopping $28.50 because he had to hook up his battery minder as a precaution per the instruction recommendations. I took a 30 minute test drive and am very satisfied with the smooth shifts and confident acceleration. Mileage seems about the same so far. It is surely a noticeable upgrade and for me worth the cost. I did not install the K/N filter (bad experience with my Mustang GT)
I have 5000 miles on my Ranger and enjoy it's capabilities. I pull a 20 foot, 4200 # travel trailer 100 miles each way about every couple of months. My previous truck was a 2018 TRD Offroad Tacoma, which I had re-geared to 4.88"s. The Tacoma still didn't like towing and had a really awkward shifting transmission, which frankly made towing a hassle to keep a steady 65 MPH. This Ranger in stock form pulls like a Champ, I'm impressed how well it tows. Now I am eager to see how it does for our Labor Day weekend trip.
Side note: I have 285/55/R20 (32.1") Wildpeak's. The tire size adjustment tool deliberates by rev/mile, so it can adjust beyond a 31.5" tire.