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So does anyone see any noticeable performance differences between running 87 and 93 in the Raptor?

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I dont own one but based on the dyno charts I have seen it does make a solid difference.

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So does anyone see any noticeable performance differences between running 87 and 93 in the Raptor?

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absolutely a noticeable difference.

You paid over $60k for it, run the good stuff in it.
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absolutely a noticeable difference.

You paid over $60k for it, run the good stuff in it.
HOLY SH17

Man I feel like an idiot. Here I am putting 87 in the thing because I don't really care but for 40 hp what the hell is wrong with me

Next time at the pump the good stuff.
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Damn that impressive. I've always heard there's about a 20hp gain using premium in the EB's but that's insane.
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Originally Posted by Bubbabiker View Post
Damn that impressive. I've always heard there's about a 20hp gain using premium in the EB's but that's insane.

20-30 hp is what you gain on the Gen1 f150 and the gen2 that is in the non raptor.

The raptor has some different components and a different tune. It most likely adds more timing when running 93 than the non raptor f150 does.
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HOLY SH17

Man I feel like an idiot. Here I am putting 87 in the thing because I don't really care but for 40 hp what the hell is wrong with me

Next time at the pump the good stuff.
if you tow anything, you'll definitely notice a difference between 87 and 93.
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if you tow anything, you'll definitely notice a difference between 87 and 93.
I haven't towed yet in 17k miles, but I notice the difference between 87 and 93 on the butt dyno.
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I've noticed a little difference.
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I never noticed 40 hp...... It appears that’s with a tune, not stock.
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