Originally Posted by avengnd
I did go with the Whipple because of the warranty. But the warranty is only for 12 months / 12,000 miles. So when expired all bets are off. I'm just playing it safe for the time being. I went into this expecting that the Ford tune would be very conservative, knowing after the warranty expired I could get a custom tune and should get a lot more out of it. Plus I will more than likely have more mods later on. I’m satisfied with the increase power (small gains by some), but then again I wasn’t looking for a too much more. In addition, for the gains and the gains I can hopefully increase later with a custom tune, the cost difference between this and going N/A to me was minimal and in the end I felt I would get more power in the long run with the Whipple versus N/A…
I think you are right. If wanting more power and keep warranty of any kind this is the best bet. And later you can build on it. LT's, TB, COld air, Smaller pulley, E85. Yes you will have to upgrade some other stuff along the way when you get to crazy HP levels but till then its all fun.