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Want to get a tune for my 2.3L. Pretty set on the ProCal from Ford but want the best HP Gain out of it. what does everyone recommend?
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I bought the Pulsar XT and was amazed at what it did for performance and drivability. If you search these threads, you will find a comparison of Pulsar XT and the Ford tune.
 
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All the comparisons I’ve seen have been for the 2.7
 

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Want to get a tune for my 2.3L. Pretty set on the ProCal from Ford but want the best HP Gain out of it. what does everyone recommend?
Do you have concerns with warranty or your dealer being picky regarding warranty work? Then the Pro Cal is your best bet. If not, buy what checks off your boxes.
 

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All the tuners like JB4 are piggyback tuners and don’t change anything that ford can check for like a custom tune would. All you have to do is unplug it and they don’t know the difference
 

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Do you have concerns with warranty or your dealer being picky regarding warranty work? Then the Pro Cal is your best bet. If not, buy what checks off your boxes.
Yeah, I'm plenty happy with the ProCal and only wanted a tune if I would keep the warranty. I'm also curious what gains people are expecting with just a tune? I would think for more significant gains you'd have to have an intake, exhaust, and maybe larger injectors. Not to mention what the stock turbo is capable of.
 

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I have ProCal. Like it for the rev matching and the engine start/stop disabling. Good power increase and I recently started putting a few gallons of race fuel in which is putting me around 93 octane (my own calculations, so who knows what it really is). Seems like I got another bump in power, but I will know in a couple weeks once she sees the dyno. But if you're only concerned about power, probably the jb4. I am considering piggybacking that on top of my ProCal
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