Adrian, I’ve seen that FX2 on youtube laying down some very impressive 1/4 mile times!Recommendation would be to start with Intake and Tune, Next step would definitely be an exhaust. The most gains will be from a Y-Pipe and a Catback, but the Y-Pipe alone will net you more gains than a catback alone. We setup most of our customers on that setup and they are more than happy with their trucks. Most Guys cant stay off the gas, the trucks just feel good to drive.
Here is a link to the items we mostly recommend for mods on an F150 Ecoboost. The market is still very new, this is what we have found that works. A setup similar to the above is the setup on the Country's Fastest and Quickest Ecoboost F150.(TurboPete)
2011+ Ecoboost F-150 - Mak Performance
Adrian, I’ve seen that FX2 on youtube laying down some very impressive 1/4 mile times!
I'm looking forward to seeing what kind of #'s yall are putting down. I'm excited about the potential these little engines have in them....Ya man that truck is haulin. We have a few more things in store for that truck. We will be adding some caltracs pretty soon, we hop to make it a bit faster as it sits now. We also already added a new intercooler to the combination, and we will have information and stats soon.
Depends who you talk to. I've talked to two different Ford service managers and gotten two completely different answers:Any body know what these mods do to your standard warranty?
One has to be careful about modificiations - at least until off the factory warranty. I noticed in my Owners manual that it states that modifications to the exhaust or intake systems could void the warranty. I also wish they had let the exhaust sound more like a truck. The stock stysem is very quiet. Shaf
I don't have experience with the ecoboost yet but i do know back when i had a diesel you could get away with a cold air/high flow intake and exhaust no problem. Once you start messing with the programming of the ECM (chip/tuner) your warranty typically goes out the window. But again this is all based on your service dealer, some will let you get away with more then others.....What kind of mods can I make to my 2012 F150 with out voiding my warrenty? Will having it tuned, changing the exhaust or adding a chip void it?
I was planning on sticking to those mods (tune, o/r y-pipe, and the AFE CAI kit). I just know that Ford wasnt messing around AT ALL when it comes to 2011+ mustangs with tunes or anything, if a PCM reflash is found your SOL.. I could only assume that they would be the same with these Ecoboost motors.Welcome to the forum RSKtakR! I think every dealership is going to handle that the addition of aftermarket parts differently. I think if you stuck with the simple bolt ons, it wouldn't be a problem (tune/exhaust/intake). Heck, they sell AFE intakes at my local Ford dealership.