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Old 09-02-2011, 07:12 PM
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Tuned Ecoboost picks up 90 rwhp

Oh yeah it also has an aftermarket y-pipe with high flow cats.

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It says 'tuned', what else was done besides the exhaust?
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It says 'tuned', what else was done besides the exhaust?
Just a tune and the Y-pipe with high flow cats. They claim the Y-pipe with cats is good for 18hp so the tune netted 72 rwhp.
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So they busted the encryption?
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No it looks like a "black box" style tuner. It's an inline device. From what I understand isn't detectable by the PCM.
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More detail please......
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very impressive to me for a gas burner to gain that much....way to go Fastlane

That may have just made my decision a lil easier
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No it looks like a "black box" style tuner. It's an inline device. From what I understand isn't detectable by the PCM.
I'd want nothing to do with it then. I'm not familer enough with the system Ford is using to say it cannot detect the box tricking the pcm, few probably are familier enough to give a definitive answer.
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I'd want nothing to do with it then. I'm not familer enough with the system Ford is using to say it cannot detect the box tricking the pcm, few probably are familier enough to give a definitive answer.
I was just repeating what Nick@Fastlane said about inline devices not being detected by the PCM.
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Interesting, I was wondering how long this was going to take.
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