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Old 10-19-2017, 11:52 AM
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You're absolutely right. I'm going to give them a call and see if I can get someone on the line. I'm still seriously considering this as $2k including the warranty makes this a really nice deal if the numbers are right.
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Its a great deal if you buy only the intake and tune its way cheaper and they quote the same numbers.

Plus my dealer says that they will continue my factory warranty no issues.
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the stage 1 with intake and tune is $795 US, plus $500 for the warranty! Still a +101hp gain!
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Still blows me away that no one has this installed! I think I will be getting it within the month. I'm in Canada and need to wait for shipping. As soon as I get it I will report back.

My only worry is highway gas mileage.
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I think MPT was claiming nearly 450 whp on an otherwise stock truck.




So i am not surprised in the least that they picked up 111 hp seeing as MPT picked up nearly 150. The 2017's are no joke. They dont seem to crap out up top like the first gens.

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Still blows me away that no one has this installed! I think I will be getting it within the month. I'm in Canada and need to wait for shipping. As soon as I get it I will report back.

My only worry is highway gas mileage.
My only hesitation is nuking the warranty I have from the factory and the extended warranty I bought. I suppose most of the tuners come with a way to copy the factory tune.
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Old 10-23-2017, 03:43 PM
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I would have been the first guinea pig for the Roush Power Pack 2 on a 2017 but my deal fell through and I actually have the 2018 now. I have to return my Power Pack now because the 2018 is in development. Sucks! As soon as this pack comes out for the 2018, I will be purchasing, installing and posting the #s!
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My only hesitation is nuking the warranty I have from the factory and the extended warranty I bought. I suppose most of the tuners come with a way to copy the factory tune.
I emailed Roush asking about the 111 claim... Nothing...

I emailed them asking about retaining factory warranty or attempting to (if their tuner takes a copy of the stock tune, etc), they replied to that one, it doesn't copy the stock tune. They pretty much say the factory warranty is no more (which I expected).
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Both 5 Star's performance tune and MPT's tune show roughly same hp / torque gains (even though usually MPT is higher I hear)

The Roush one looks good, just concerned about still being a little sluggish on throttle response. Can't wait for someone to try it out!
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Old 10-28-2017, 09:13 PM
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Can’t go wrong with the 5* and their warranty for a new truck
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