How To Performance Tune Your Ford f150 Lightning

Every owner of an F-series truck knows that power and efficiency are qualities that their automobile is designed for. There are ways to improve performance and you can easily find F-150 performance upgrades online and in retail stores.
Adding a tuning device or supercharger system gives your truck some incredible power to help you handle harsh terrains, increase ease of handle and subject your vehicle to extreme towing and hauling operations. This article will discuss ways on how to performance tune your Ford F-150.
Ford-150 Performance Tune Programmers
The Flashpaq’ and Dashpaq’ programmers come pre-loaded with customized to fit your vehicle’s engine and year specifically. The former is handheld while the latter is a combination of a programmer and cab monitor. They deliver all an F-150 owner requires for tuning. They are powered by the OBDII port that is a diagnostic plug under the dashboard.
You can easily configure your F-150 to review features available to you in the market. On top of performance, economy and tow tools, these devices can act as diagnostic scanners to detect and troubleshoot problem codes. Other tuning functions include on-dash monitoring, data logging, and calibration. One is also given the ability to adjust the speedometer to cater for gear swaps and aftermarket tires.
Cold Air Intakes
You should try and improve cold air intake for your F-150 to attain better performance. Cold air is denser and is concentrated with high amounts of oxygen. The factory airbox limits the volume of cold air that is available for your engine.
This cold air intake device provides a solution to bring cooler air into the engine and at a more rapid rate. The jammer is installed separately and forms a right combination with either Dashpaq or the Flashpaq tuners. This device takes the air filter outside the engine compartment so that denser and cooler air flows into the engine cylinders for faster combustion.
Another option to keep your engine performing great especially is you street or drag race is to get a ford lightning heat exchanger – intercooler.

 

The Killer Chiller system is a refrigerated heat exchanger that lowers the vehicles charge temps below ambient and gives your car or truck engine back full power. It keeps the computer from pulling timing and stops power fade due to heat soak. Using a 30 plate 316 stainless steel construction it is pressure rated to just over twice the vehicles AC operating pressures.

There are dual and single exit cat-back systems available to push performance boundaries. They are made of light and quality grade stainless steel that maximizes on durability and strength. The
High-flow muffler cancels out the drone sound and optimizes performance.
The devices welded with handheld equipment to ensure the joints are durable and can last for a long time. They utilize industry-grade mounting points to make them fit in place after adding it on your car. The tube geometry is designed to ensure maximum clearance
Conclusion
In conclusion, there are a variety of ways to improve your experience with your F-150 by tuning performance using some recommendable upgrades. Improve your truck’s exhaust and air intake options to complement custom tune devices

Kincaid Performance Heat Exchangers, Intercoolers & SuperChargers for Toyota Tundra, Ford Lightning & Cobra, Dodge Challenger, Ford F150, Dodge Hellcat, Ford Mustang, Toyota Tacoma, Harley Davidson, Mercedes, Ford GT500, Chevy Camero, Audi, Cadillac, Chevy ZL1, Corvette

Kincaid Performance Inc.
201 Eubank Blvd NE, Ste C-1
Albuquerque, NM 87123
505-271-8329

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