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Got it thought that was direct at everyone. My apologies

@Bronco cat it's not show the quote so I'll tag you
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I ran Titan7s on my 2019 Raptor. I weighed all my wheels before mounting tires and they were 20.6 pounds for 2 and the other 2 were 20.7 pounds.

It is good to see that Titan7 are working on a Bronco application and not just slapping on their Toyota wheels which are -8 offset. And I hope they are working on center caps as I doubt anyone at Bronco6g will run wheels without center caps.

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Those Titan 7 forged wheels are going to be much lighter than anything from the factory.
 

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There's a reason Ford won't put the manual box in the Sasquatch. Because it can't handle it. Now you want to tune it? Great formula.
Look's like a lot of folks here have deep pockets so they don't care about their warranty. But I guess all the deep pockets can't afford the 2.7?
I searched and didn't see this posted. It seems Cobb has their 2.3 bronco and are digging it to the tune.

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2.3 or 2.7, I'll be getting a tune at some point. I like that they 2.3 is a lil cheaper and a lighter engine. So if a tune is affordable then I can add it later after my truck is paid off. Could use that extra weight savings to put on the roof rack 🤔
 
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2.3 or 2.7, I'll be getting a tune at some point. I like that they 2.3 is a lil cheaper and a lighter engine. So if a tune is affordable then I can add it later after my truck is paid off. Could use that extra weight savings to put on the roof rack 🤔
Accessport with off the shelf tunes are roughly $700 ( except the Porsche and GTR models ). Custom tunes vary based on the tuner, bet we could talk @[email protected] into a group buy
 

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roughly $700

bet we could talk @[email protected] into a group buy
That leaves $1,000 to put back into my build. Add a roof rack and that leaves me with $600 to put toward the pull out tailgate! That initial weight savings will take the strain off the engine too right lol. oh and better gas mileage. Oh and increased 1/4 mile time 🤔. win win win
 

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There's a reason Ford won't put the manual box in the Sasquatch. Because it can't handle it. Now you want to tune it? Great formula.
Look's like a lot of folks here have deep pockets so they don't care about their warranty. But I guess all the deep pockets can't afford the 2.7?
But in the 2022, aren't they doing the SAS with the manual?
 

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But in the 2022, aren't they doing the SAS with the manual?
They might but in what configuration? Different tranny?
Ford may not even know yet.
 

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Ugh... the offset on those wheels looks horrible.
 

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I can't believe all the folks that think tuning this already over worked engine is a good idea. Kiss your warranty good bye. People, read the Ranger/Focus RS forums if you want to see your future.

Why not just get the 2.7?
The 2.3 is built ford tough sir . Ford said so and the motor is built to be modded
 

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They might but in what configuration? Different tranny?
Ford may not even know yet.
Who cares? You first state that the 2.3 is overworked. When proven wrong about that, you drift off on a rediculous tangent arguing people are going to put EXTRA 100lbs on each hub to overwork their engine (in attempt to prove your original mistake as correct).

When takes your rambling serioisly you move on to the transmissions, which you apparently know few truths about, and are now complaining about the unknown specs of an as-yet unreleased transmission.


If this is not definition of trolling, it should be.
 

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Who cares? You first state that the 2.3 is overworked. When proven wrong about that, you drift off on a rediculous tangent arguing people are going to put EXTRA 100lbs on each hub to overwork their engine (in attempt to prove your original mistake as correct).

When takes your rambling serioisly you move on to the transmissions, which you apparently know few truths about, and are now complaining about the unknown specs of an as-yet unreleased transmission.


If this is not definition of trolling, it should be.
Somehow it is really obvious when a person is more interested in twisting and attacking than talking.
So sad.
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Who cares? You first state that the 2.3 is overworked. When proven wrong about that, you drift off on a rediculous tangent arguing people are going to put EXTRA 100lbs on each hub to overwork their engine (in attempt to prove your original mistake as correct).

When takes your rambling serioisly you move on to the transmissions, which you apparently know few truths about, and are now complaining about the unknown specs of an as-yet unreleased transmission.


If this is not definition of trolling, it should be.
I don't think @mr.nice said anything about the 100lbs per corner. That was me, and my point was people will bitch about a tune being hard on the motor but add a shit ton of rotational mass for that same motor to overcome.
 

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I can't believe all the folks that think tuning this already over worked engine is a good idea. Kiss your warranty good bye. People, read the Ranger/Focus RS forums if you want to see your future.

Why not just get the 2.7?
If I'm not mistaken. This is the same or similar 2.3 that's in the Mazdaspeed3. In which case, I am quite certain it can handle a lot more than it's putting out stock.
 
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