Our Adapt-X line of calibrations are unique advanced closed loop calibrations designed for operation with the stock turbocharger, stock wastegate, and stock fuel system, as well as being developed and tested with factory inferred octane learning.
With 15+ years of software development experience, our calibration engineer reverse engineers the factory ECU strategy to increase horsepower and torque across the entire curve while maintaining all OEM controls and safety features. The Ecoboost ECU has closed loop fueling, closed loop ignition based on knock feedback, and a closed loop boost control system using a PID controller subsystem. After 9+ months of research and development the result is the perfect stock turbo tune. No revisions are needed and you can continue to modify your vehicle and re-flash the map after you have made changes to the vehicle and the ECU will compensate for those changes while providing more power than competitor tuners.
All of our Adapt-X calibrations drive as smooth as stock with faster turbocharger response during throttle in conditions as well as offering a driving experience unlike anything offered by the competition.
The power that you get will be heavily dependent on cooling and fuel quality. We highly recommend keeping the stock intake and silencer rings (reduces turbulent airflow) on your F150 Raptor 3.5 Ecoboost HO. After market intakes may see a reduction in power due to increased intake air temperatures as well as the potential to throw a check engine light.
Power figures will vary depending weather conditions:
Our Adapt-X maps support the acceptable factory octane learning range of 87-93 octane (sea level) and 85/86 octane (3000+ feet above sea level).
When moving from a higher to a lower octane fuel, please allow around 30 miles for the fuel in the tank to blend and the knock based octane learning to fully adjust and settle before doing wide open throttle pulls. This is to keep knock at wide open throttle to a minimum and ensure engine safety.
Our Adapt-X maps infer octane content using knock based feedback like OEM and because of this, increased engine load from towing will lower overall octane value ensuring that the engine is safe while towing. This means you are not required to have a "tow tune". We do recommend utilizing the towing transmission mode when towing with your F150.