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Order of Operations: What order did you do your mods?

This is a discussion on Order of Operations: What order did you do your mods? within the F150 Ecoboost Chat forums, part of the F150 Ecoboost Forum category; Originally Posted by Briguy2 Does exhaust fit in there somewhere? No real gains to be had, but if you like the sound and want to ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Briguy2 View Post
    Does exhaust fit in there somewhere?
    No real gains to be had, but if you like the sound and want to shed some weight, go for it.
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    Always work parenthesis first, multiple and divide, add and subtract. Something to that tune.

    First thing I thought of when I saw the title, sorry.

    I think you have enough input.

    For me- tune then intercooler.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Briguy2 View Post
    Does exhaust fit in there somewhere?
    Huge turbos would require downpipes by default. By huge I mean EFR's or G-series.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mass-hole View Post
    Huge turbos would require downpipes by default. By huge I mean EFR's or G-series.
    Downpipes should be in there, even if no turbos. There are noticeable gains from downpipes. But then CELs may become an issue, even with most of the catted downpipes.

    But, you can install some O2 extenders/defoulers. SPD's seem to be popular, though you may still have to "reset" your PCM from time to time. But better than "daily" with no O2 extenders/defoulers.

    Unfortunately, most tuners will not turn off the O2 Sensors anymore. I believe this ability has been removed by most of the tuning software as well.
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