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Timing of 2.7L tune with other modifications

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So we knew it was coming just didn't know when it would be announced. Glad to see the performance pak calibration added to accessories. Mine is more of an order in which to do it.

I've ordered BL 2.7L auto w/Sasquatch but will be going 37's w/ lift in the future. But if Sasquatch pushes me to MY22 I'll dump the Sasquatch and change gearing along with jumping straight to 37's down the road.

I assume the calibration is based on current rig setup since tires and gearing would affect RPMs, etc. Should any tune be done after modifications or can the tune be adjusted easily if other variables with the rig changes?

Thanks...
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So we knew it was coming just didn't know when it would be announced. Glad to see the performance pak calibration added to accessories. Mine is more of an order in which to do it.

I've ordered BL 2.7L auto w/Sasquatch but will be going 37's w/ lift in the future. But if Sasquatch pushes me to MY22 I'll dump the Sasquatch and change gearing along with jumping straight to 37's down the road.

I assume the calibration is based on current rig setup since tires and gearing would affect RPMs, etc. Should any tune be done after modifications or can the tune be adjusted easily if other variables with the rig changes?

Thanks...
Do you know if the tune is adjustable like the aftermarket ones for Diesels? Or do you just load the tune and it is what it’s is? Im not familiar with tuners for gas motors...
also watching for responses to your question.
 

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Do you know if the tune is adjustable like the aftermarket ones for Diesels? Or do you just load the tune and it is what it’s is? Im not familiar with tuners for gas motors...
also watching for responses to your question.
I would expect since you can put 37"s on your rig as advertised... it will be in the menu / settings to set your tire size. but, ultimately you will need to a performance tuner to plug in or remap your ECU.
 

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So we knew it was coming just didn't know when it would be announced. Glad to see the performance pak calibration added to accessories. Mine is more of an order in which to do it.

I've ordered BL 2.7L auto w/Sasquatch but will be going 37's w/ lift in the future. But if Sasquatch pushes me to MY22 I'll dump the Sasquatch and change gearing along with jumping straight to 37's down the road.

I assume the calibration is based on current rig setup since tires and gearing would affect RPMs, etc. Should any tune be done after modifications or can the tune be adjusted easily if other variables with the rig changes?

Thanks...
I ordered my Bronco last week and specifically asked about a Ford performance tune. They looked it up in their catalog and there wasn’t not one listed. What am I missing?
 

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So we knew it was coming just didn't know when it would be announced. Glad to see the performance pak calibration added to accessories. Mine is more of an order in which to do it.

I've ordered BL 2.7L auto w/Sasquatch but will be going 37's w/ lift in the future. But if Sasquatch pushes me to MY22 I'll dump the Sasquatch and change gearing along with jumping straight to 37's down the road.

I assume the calibration is based on current rig setup since tires and gearing would affect RPMs, etc. Should any tune be done after modifications or can the tune be adjusted easily if other variables with the rig changes?

Thanks...
I'm interested in getting a tune on my 2.7 eventually, figured I would have to go with ford performance so I don't void warranty. Not alot of information yet for what options will be available
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