Kind of my point. Many tend to think adding 10-20HP with after market "performance kits" sans tune will improved the performance of our vehicles (it's a truck), maybe it will since people think that is an actual performance gain. I think x.x @60' matters but .1x matters more in the 1/4 so we are...
10HP only matter when you compare it to stock #s. Negligible time difference, zero seat of the pants and money to power ratios matter to many people. Supercharging may be the best thing to happen to this Coyote, let's wait and see how these 21s tune once they crack it.
Thanks for posting the video.
Are you asking if the dealership is going to be "screwed" because you pay off your loan early?
And where did you hear that 3 months is required? Never heard that.
A dealership won't put themselves in a position for a loss, so I wouldn't worry about screwing them.
Ordered 4/15 got picked up on 4/23 with a build week of 5/17 and a build day of 5/23
Dearborn plant XLT 302A 5.0 with the only constraint I read so far, a worktop surface. Let's hope we start seeing more trucks being shipped.
Good luck all
Modern fitments won't gain anything from a CAI unless they are either turbo or supercharged. Almost every NA engine today is already CAI from the factory and gains will be little to none and definatly not worth the crazy prices being asked for from aftermarket dealers. When tuned, the story...