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Old 09-25-2012, 12:08 AM   #1
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How many miles does it have to be to be able to put a chip on a brand new 2012 F150 5.0L? Also, which kind of chip would be the best for them? and what would be the best exhaust and intake for the 5.0?
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You can put it on anytime but there goes that beautiful warrenty that comes with new trucks
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Our trucks don't use chips anymore. It's now a tune from a scanner.
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I would put it on after mile #1. Once you drive one with a good tune, you won't want a stock truck again.
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I would put it on after mile #1. Once you drive one with a good tune, you won't want a stock truck again.
Until you have an issue that you want Ford to cover with the warantee you HAD right up till the time you downloaded that tune!!!!!
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I read that the SCT tuner can re set the computer back to factory without any evidence of being changed. Can anyone confirme this from experience? Sounds nice but i dont want to forfiet the warrenty. What can be changed? Filters but not the whole intake? Mufflers? Spark plugs?
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