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Old 02-08-2012, 08:25 PM   #1
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Default 54 more HP!? Superchips releases tuning for 2011-12 EcoBoost!

Take performance and towing to new heights with the addition of Superchips performance tuning for the Ford F150 EcoBoost 3.5L!!

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The team at Superchips have done it again and with
and you can add market leading HP and Torque to your truck with these two new applications for your 2011-2012 F150:
VIVID LINQ (part # 118680)
The Flashpaq (part #1868)


These features make this product one of the hottest on the market:

Greater increases in performance (HP/TQ)
- Enhanced throttle response - Multiple power levels (dyno-proven) - Real-time vehicle sensor display - Monitor & record driving & vehicle performance with data logging.


91 Octane Performance:
+ 54 max HP, +68 max lbs-ft TQ
Towing: +
50 max HP, +53 max lbs-ft TQ, up to OEM maximum load
Shift Points and firmness: Optimized for each tuning level

Speed Limiter:
99 MPH or 255 MPH
Spark advance Options:
-4 to +2 degrees
Tire Options:
From 28 to 40
Gear Options:
From 3.08 to 5.13 ratios
Cat Back Exhaust Compatible:
Yes

91-Octane Performance Tune

  • Stock MAX HP: 315.3 HP @ 5500 RPM
  • Stock MAX TQ: 372.2 TQ @ 3100 RPM
  • Tuned MAX HP: 369.1 HP @ 5700 RPM
  • Tuned MAX TQ: 440.3 TQ @ 2200 RPM
  • Total gains: +53.8 HP and + 68.1 lb/ft TQ
Tow Tune

  • Stock MAX HP: 315.3 HP @ 5500 RPM
  • Stock MAX TQ: 372.2 TQ @ 3100 RPM
  • Tuned MAX HP: 365.3 HP @ 5700 RPM
  • Tuned MAX TQ: 425.6 TQ @ 3800 RPM
  • Total gains: +50.0 HP and + 53.4 lb/ft TQ
87-Octane Performance Tune

  • Stock MAX HP: 315.3 HP @ 5500 RPM
  • Stock MAX TQ: 372.2 TQ @ 3100 RPM
  • Tuned MAX HP: 369.3 HP @ 5700 RPM
  • Tuned MAX TQ: 417.2 TQ @ 2300 RPM
  • Total gains: +54.0 HP and + 45.0 lb/ft TQ




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Old 02-10-2012, 08:41 AM   #2
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Hey Clark, let me start off by saying i love your company, i have bought several products and have always been satisfied with price and customer service. I notice i am the first to respond to this, as much as i HATE pushy sales people maybe you should follow this forum more and push your items more like another company does on here with this same product.
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Hey Thanks Fletch74, I appreciate the support! I will see what I can do...lol
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Was this test done with a bone stock truck with no other mods or was there an intake and/or exhaust used on the truck as well? I doubt an exhaust would do much of anything, but I could see an intake increasing the numbers 5-10 horsepower if it's a really good flowing intake setup.
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Was this test done with a bone stock truck with no other mods or was there an intake and/or exhaust used on the truck as well? I doubt an exhaust would do much of anything, but I could see an intake increasing the numbers 5-10 horsepower if it's a really good flowing intake setup.
Yes, definately need to know this? If it had exhaust and CAI please disclose which one.

If stock need to see same test with after market exhaust and CAI with manufacturer named.

I've been waiting to do all 3 and only want to do it once and forget it.

Driving the EB with a stock exhaust has been killing me.....
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All these tuning companies do their testing on a factory vehicle. They build their tunes around a stock truck and build in various parameters to account for other aftermarket stuff later. With the factory wideband O2's on these trucks, they can automatically account and adjust for aftermarket modifications themselves.

You are dreaming if you think they are going to do more tests with aftermarket parts installed on it. The results are far too subjective and will not be the same for every truck. No tuner does this and unless a retailer decides to do it, you won't see anything like that.
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I've got an Injen intake on mine and am looking into exhaust but unsure what to get so I was thinking of a custom setup, but really wanting to do a tune afterwards. I think i'll wait a bit till this is out a bit more, kinda like the bullydog, it needed to be more refined and i'm not sure about buying a tuner immediately after it's released
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All these tuning companies do their testing on a factory vehicle. They build their tunes around a stock truck and build in various parameters to account for other aftermarket stuff later. With the factory wideband O2's on these trucks, they can automatically account and adjust for aftermarket modifications themselves.

You are dreaming if you think they are going to do more tests with aftermarket parts installed on it. The results are far too subjective and will not be the same for every truck. No tuner does this and unless a retailer decides to do it, you won't see anything like that.
I am coming from the diesel tuning world. The 6.4L Power Stroke tuning world to be more specific. Most large tunes (200+ HP) must be tested with aftermarket intakes because of the poor air flow of the factory setup. I didn't know at what point the factory air box becomes restrictive on the EcoBoost. Restriction in the air flow department pre-turbo isn't typically good for the life of turbo's.

That was the main point of my post. I didn't know if an aftermarket air intake was used or not, and if it was needed due to restriction. If there is no restriction in the stock setup, they wouldn't have needed to go to an aftermarket setup for testing.
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how can you tell if your truck is getting more horsepower or not?
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I've got an Injen intake on mine and am looking into exhaust but unsure what to get so I was thinking of a custom setup, but really wanting to do a tune afterwards. I think i'll wait a bit till this is out a bit more, kinda like the bullydog, it needed to be more refined and i'm not sure about buying a tuner immediately after it's released
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