Tune it or not.

Discussion in 'Engine Performance and Mods' started by Refugio, Nov 22, 2019.

  1. Refugio

    Refugio Member

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    Have a 2019 Raptor. Have about 23,000 miles on her and have had no problems with anything as of yet.
    Really wanting to get a MPT tune with nGauge for this truck.
    I have tuned all my previous diesel trucks in the past and never looked back. Was always overwhelmingly satisfied with the incredible screaming difference.
    That being said and because I know how much happier I’d be with a tune..... I’m holding back because of voiding the warranty.
    With all the high tech and sensors and programming and what not on vehicles these days the potential for failure is very high. Warranty is important to have for when the time comes ..... if it does.
    In fact, I have extended warranty for up to 150,000.
    I have looked at the MPT site many times and read the reviews and watched the videos but could never hit the order button.
    The truck is already badass as stock.
    Its not that i need a tune..... just want it.
    More is better.....right.
    Already did a Pedal Commander..Awesome.

    Common sense tells me to wait.
     
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    Adam Full Access Member

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    MPT has a great reputation but agreed, it is a risk.
     
  3. Strubster

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    Wait until your warranty [extended] is up. More is better but this truck is already near perfect. My '17 already has 21k miles on it and the only thing I did was add a K&N air filter, hard tonneau cover, and a few graphic stickers. Once my 5 yr warranty is up I may upgrade the sound system and hook a few of my 6 aux switches for some LED lights. Or maybe by then they will have a new '22 Raptor!?!?
     
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  5. Vikes91

    Vikes91 Well-Known Member Military

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    Using aux switches or upgrading the stereo won't void a warranty.
     
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    Bryce Milelr New Member

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    I tuned mine and it turned into a whole different machine. I have a 2018 and the performance tune I got has made the thing unbelievably faster. As long as you change the tune back to factory settings anytime you bring it into the shop it shouldn’t void the warranty. Just make sure every time you bring it in to CHANGE IT BACK TO FACTORY SETTINGS!

     
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    Which tune did you use? Also did you do it yourself or have a shop do it for you? And lastly do you have any other mods like intake or new exhaust?
    Thanks. I would like to tune my truck too.
     

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