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Old 06-08-2013, 10:20 PM   #1
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Talking 2014 w/ FRPP Tune

Ordered a tuner / k&n filter package last Thursday. I wanted to keep a decent warranty since I only have 1.2k miles. From what I hear the car becomes even more of a blast to drive. Although the peak numbers aren't amazing the 60 lbs tq under the curve is impressive. I picked it up for 289.00 from buyfordracing.com. local dealers were quoting 500 for the same stuff. A local custom tune would have ran me around 400 as well. So with keeping the warranty and making the car more responsive this was an easy choice. Had an uploaded image of the voucher within an hour of purchase. What is funny too is I got a thanks for your service comment since I'm active duty and I live on Romney ct so he put wish he was the pres st right underneeth it. Made me chuckle. I'll update the thread when I get my parts and install, eta is Tuesday.
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Ordered a tuner / k&n filter package last Thursday. I wanted to keep a decent warranty since I only have 1.2k miles. From what I hear the car becomes even more of a blast to drive. Although the peak numbers aren't amazing the 60 lbs tq under the curve is impressive. I picked it up for 289.00 from buyfordracing.com. local dealers were quoting 500 for the same stuff. A local custom tune would have ran me around 400 as well. So with keeping the warranty and making the car more responsive this was an easy choice. Had an uploaded image of the voucher within an hour of purchase. What is funny too is I got a thanks for your service comment since I'm active duty and I live on Romney ct so he put wish he was the pres st right underneeth it. Made me chuckle. I'll update the thread when I get my parts and install, eta is Tuesday.
Subscribed. Interested in this, as im looking to keep my warranty as well. Let me know how it goes man.
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I seriously doubt that tune will get you 60+ torque anywhere. I gained around 15-20ish under the curve with full exhaust, dyno tune, and cai.
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I seriously doubt that tune will get you 60+ torque anywhere. I gained around 15-20ish under the curve with full exhaust, dyno tune, and cai.
There are 2011-13 out there with dyno charts showing +60 tq under the curve. So your dyno tuner went too safe?
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Haven't got a chance to drive it yet but here is the load for your viewing pleasure.
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Nice! With you're auto it will be more responsive
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It's actually not under the existing curve. It's actually pushing the curve up at 1500rpm by 60 lbs/ft. The factory tune is really soft off the bottom and this tune fixes that.

The time to do this is when the car is new, like the OP is doing. The FRPP warranty replaces what remains of your B2B 3 year warranty in regard to driveline components. Not just #8, the whole driveline. It's unmatched in warranty support. 'course you have to have a dealer install to activate this.

The rest of your warranty is unaffected by the FRPP install.

Ya really gotta read the fine print sometimes.
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My car is a manual. I did the flash myself. Even though it says Ford has to do it I don't see them denying warranty without just cause. If they give me flak I'll get Ford GM involves. Bit here is to wishing my car is perfect and I don't have to worry about anything. I also changed the splash screen on my after market pioneer head unit to one with the ford racing logo, 5.0 symbol, and the mustang horse logo, it looks amazing. Wife is in the hospital till tomorrow so I'll update once I get her him and some free time.
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Nice, Let me know how it feels when your done. I bought the same one. I'm waiting for my dealer to flash it for me somtime this week.
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Nice, Let me know how it feels when your done. I bought the same one. I'm waiting for my dealer to flash it for me somtime this week.
Nice man. The dealer really get you on the price though. 540.00 after tax at the dealer. Buyfordracing.com gave me the tuner and k/n filer for 289.00 no tax. The tuner is shipped directly from ford racing so the only thing you get from the website is the voucher to get ford racing to send you the device with the load mirrored to your car and the filter.
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Well got to take her for a spin to and from the drug store, about 15 miles total. I can say for certain the tq comes on sooner, quicker, and smoother. From that I can tell the car looks to be running richer and leaner at certain point than before. This is all on the stock filter. The K&N filter is coming tomorrow. She also sounded like she had a bit more rumble. It cold be a plecbo effect but the car seemed to shift smoother as well. People said skip shift was elminated but I'm not sure what that is anyways. Uploaded a photo of my scan gauge at idle and the custom slplash screen I made for my after market head unit.
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Is the K&N filter really going to make a difference?
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Is the K&N filter really going to make a difference?
No it probally won't. Gonna be a bdit more flow since it's less restrictive. Maybe 1-2 HP / couple lbs of TQ. We'll see tomorrow.
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Got the last part of my package in today. Take a look.
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My car is a manual. I did the flash myself. Even though it says Ford has to do it I don't see them denying warranty without just cause. If they give me flak I'll get Ford GM involves. Bit here is to wishing my car is perfect and I don't have to worry about anything. I also changed the splash screen on my after market pioneer head unit to one with the ford racing logo, 5.0 symbol, and the mustang horse logo, it looks amazing. Wife is in the hospital till tomorrow so I'll update once I get her him and some free time.
Regarding the warranty you have to register with ford racing to qualify, to do that you need the work order from authorized dealership.
The warrant is carried by ford racing, not ford motor company (they are not the same company), if the cars craps out and ford determine it was the tune ford racing will pay the cost.
I paid $90 to install, small price to pay for piece of mind.
Chances of the tune causing a failure are probably quite small, but engines are expensive.
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This seems like a really good option for me while im still under warranty. So did you guys feel any real difference in power?? Is it worth it? Another question is right now i have the extended warranty through Ford up to 100k. Will FRPP cover all that, or just up to the regular 36k? Dont wanna end up having major problems at like 41k and get screwed outta my extended warranty.
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This seems like a really good option for me while im still under warranty. So did you guys feel any real difference in power?? Is it worth it? Another question is right now i have the extended warranty through Ford up to 100k. Will FRPP cover all that, or just up to the regular 36k? Dont wanna end up having major problems at like 41k and get screwed outta my extended warranty.
There's a definite boost in the lower revs, you get that kick in the pants closer to 3k rather than 4k.
I've only had it about a week but there does seem to be a slight increase in mpg as well.
As for the warranty, your best bet is to call and ask for a definitive answer, but from what others have written it'll void the extended warranty for the drive train.
This info comes from forums so get your salt ready.
800-367-3788 option 1 for warranty.
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Just put mine in today. Nice low end boost in tq. Not gonna set the world on fire with it but not bad. My dealer did it for free and processed the paper work. Jimmy M at Bell Ford is a real stand up guy. I've delt with him for a while and never a problem. I highly recommend Bell ford in Colonia nj for service related issues.
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There's a definite boost in the lower revs, you get that kick in the pants closer to 3k rather than 4k.
I've only had it about a week but there does seem to be a slight increase in mpg as well.
As for the warranty, your best bet is to call and ask for a definitive answer, but from what others have written it'll void the extended warranty for the drive train.
This info comes from forums so get your salt ready.
800-367-3788 option 1 for warranty.
Good deal man. Thanks for the info. Ill give them a shout tomorrow
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Just put mine in today. Nice low end boost in tq. Not gonna set the world on fire with it but not bad. My dealer did it for free and processed the paper work. Jimmy M at Bell Ford is a real stand up guy. I've delt with him for a while and never a problem. I highly recommend Bell ford in Colonia nj for service related issues.
Basically this tune advances the timing to improve throttle response at low end, Hence the 1 to 2 mpg better MPG too.

But are prone to pinging and low end ticking as well
because of the timing issue.

Are you noticing any of that ?

Also the Ford web site states Trackpak cars have a modified ECU tuning that sonds very similar to theses Power Packs.

Not sure any tune is worth loosing the warranty after 36000 miles
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Basically this tune advances the timing to improve throttle response at low end, Hence the 1 to 2 mpg better MPG too.

But are prone to pinging and low end ticking as well
because of the timing issue.

Are you noticing any of that ?

Also the Ford web site states Trackpak cars have a modified ECU tuning that sonds very similar to theses Power Packs.

Not sure any tune is worth loosing the warranty after 36000 miles
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No. Haven't had any pinging. Says in manual for tune though if you do get any pinging, knocking, or detonation to change the octane compensation to yes.
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You don't "lose your warranty" at 36K. The FRPP warranty just replaces your remaining B2B warranty duration on powertrain components. The standard 5/50 still remains. Nowhere in the warranty literature for the Procal does it say you give that up by going this route.

You do need access to quality 91+ fuel. This is a major timing bump and a little fuel smoothing, at its heart.
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For some reason I havent noticed much gains until last night. The car felt slow on my way home from work yesterday. Sitting in bumper to bumber traffic in 90 degrees can do that I guess. However, last night I went out for a bit and it droped to about 66 and it was just balls out fast. Anyone else have this happen?
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You don't "lose your warranty" at 36K. The FRPP warranty just replaces your remaining B2B warranty duration on powertrain components. The standard 5/50 still remains. Nowhere in the warranty literature for the Procal does it say you give that up by going this route.

You do need access to quality 91+ fuel. This is a major timing bump and a little fuel smoothing, at its heart.
Ok cool. Thats no problem, i never use anything less than 91 anyway.
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For some reason I havent noticed much gains until last night. The car felt slow on my way home from work yesterday. Sitting in bumper to bumber traffic in 90 degrees can do that I guess. However, last night I went out for a bit and it droped to about 66 and it was just balls out fast. Anyone else have this happen?
Yeah cars run better on cooler air.
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For some reason I havent noticed much gains until last night. The car felt slow on my way home from work yesterday. Sitting in bumper to bumber traffic in 90 degrees can do that I guess. However, last night I went out for a bit and it droped to about 66 and it was just balls out fast. Anyone else have this happen?
Warmer weather creates higher IAT's, higher IAT's cause the ecu to pull timing, pulling timing means less power
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I know it sucks. My 02 was terrible with that but for some reason my 09 wasn't to bad in the warm weather.
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Warmer weather creates higher IAT's, higher IAT's cause the ecu to pull timing, pulling timing means less power
These motors run so hot too. Mine hates traffic and 90 degree weather haha
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These motors run so hot too. Mine hates traffic and 90 degree weather haha
Thats Exactly why I got the Boss 302 Radiator and Oil cooler (trackpak) when I ordered the car. It lowers Engine and Oil temp by over 30 degrees, which helps Mucho in HOT Miami Traffic
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