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Brew City Boost Tune (BCB)

This is a discussion on Brew City Boost Tune (BCB) within the F150 Ecoboost Performance forums, part of the F150 Ecoboost Garage category; Originally Posted by Sirikenewtron Damn thats um... Sent from my SM-G965U using Tapatalk Right...Just straight up apples to apples. No glory runs, no dyno tricks....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sirikenewtron View Post
    Damn thats um...

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    Right...Just straight up apples to apples. No glory runs, no dyno tricks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by snakebitten View Post
    Wait! If I'm not mistaken, the 18 3.5 dynos at about 330-340 RWHP stock. (sea level)

    And dynos (same dyno) anywhere from 420-445rwhp with a good tune and properly gapped plugs. And that's just 93 octane tunes.

    Maybe I'm rounding up or down a few HP here or there, but in my mind I have considered 100 RWHP as about what you can get out of these CRAZY WICKED AWESOME Gen2 trucks.

    That's what makes them outrageously fun and easy. No boltons. No fuss. Just tune and rip!

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    Yes sir, should have clarified, my 2015..... but I do wish I had an 18 or 19 Eco....... for the trans and for the HP gains ........
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    Quote Originally Posted by TOWMA8R View Post


    Early morning, cold idle.... I always had a slight miss feel (rumble or bounce) with the GH tune, with the BCB tune that is gone, in fact the BCB tune idles very smooth, smoother than the GH tune. I also noticed that with the BCB tune the exhaust has a throatier or deeper undertone at idle ....
    I have a 2014, so it is slightly different, with the Highlander tune the truck idles so smooth, and I can hear the change in tone of my Corsa exhaust compared to the GH tune. I have ran the GH tune and the BCB tunes and I just feel the truck runs all around better with the Highlander tune.
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    Just threw the highlander on my 17 3.5......feels great all around

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    BCB, 1st tank down... Hand Calculated at 17.3 mpg's, mix freeway, town and a few hard pulls..... 91 octane (probably winter fuel still)
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    I have the highlander in my 2012 now. I had issues with the installation of it but got it all worked out. Anyway, it feels good in the low and mid range rpms. I haven't had a chance to get into the upper rpms yet. Drivability is pretty good although it could hold each gear longer before shifting(will address on revision). Overall I'm happy with this tune's first version.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DBCooper View Post
    I have the highlander in my 2012 now. I had issues with the installation of it but got it all worked out. Anyway, it feels good in the low and mid range rpms. I haven't had a chance to get into the upper rpms yet. Drivability is pretty good although it could hold each gear longer before shifting(will address on revision). Overall I'm happy with this tune's first version.
    I too agree on the gears. but not under WOT....... normal driving I would like it to hold a tad longer on a few gears......
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    Quote Originally Posted by TOWMA8R View Post
    I too agree on the gears. but not under WOT....... normal driving I would like it to hold a tad longer on a few gears......
    I haven't had a chance to go WOT thru the gears yet, but shifting to 5th gear at 40 mph under normal driving is a concern. Currently, I'm manually shifting(locking out) gears and it is working fine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DBCooper View Post
    I haven't had a chance to go WOT thru the gears yet, but shifting to 5th gear at 40 mph under normal driving is a concern. Currently, I'm manually shifting(locking out) gears and it is working fine.
    I forgot to post about my only issue with the Highlander tune. In my opinion it shifts into 5th and 6th gear too early, when not at WOT. Locking out the gears fixes it but its a slight pain. The gear head tune holds the shifts perfectly when not at WOT. I haven't contacted BCB to see if they could adjust it.

    Has anyone done a revision to address this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hook124 View Post
    I forgot to post about my only issue with the Highlander tune. In my opinion it shifts into 5th and 6th gear too early, when not at WOT. Locking out the gears fixes it but its a slight pain. The gear head tune holds the shifts perfectly when not at WOT. I haven't contacted BCB to see if they could adjust it.

    Has anyone done a revision to address this?
    I have not got the revision yet, but I asked to address this issue. And yes, GH has by far the best performing transmission characteristics of any of the tuners...
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