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Default 10-19-2018, 07:14 PM

Looks very strong to me, I bet the car hauls!!
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Default 10-19-2018, 08:04 PM

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Looks very strong to me, I bet the car hauls!!
Thatís good to know. Can I use map 7 also?
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Hi Terry - we're ready here. How would you like to approach the Beta testing for the 2018 Mustang Ecoboost (with Rousch CAI). We'd be happy to support a testimonial, including social media where appropriate. Feel free to email me directly at wjmyersnj@yahoo.com Thank you!


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Default 10-22-2018, 04:17 PM

Email Payam@burgertuning.com and we can hash it out!


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Default 10-24-2018, 09:54 PM

Hey Terry, how’s the connector situation looking for the 2015 3.5? Just levelled my truck recently and put on some 33” tall tires and would love some extra power to turn them. Also I work at a shop with an AWD dynojet, so if you need to bang out some numbers or try out different firmware I would love to help out.


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Default 10-25-2018, 08:58 AM

I have 2 of those harnesses in stock. Email me.


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Default 10-26-2018, 02:32 PM

Hey Terry...What are you guys seeing in way of power once the Raptor's warm up. I've seen some dyno pulls (admittedly from your competitors) where when the truck is hot, power drops off drastically.

Have you guys seen this same power drop and if so, any difference with the JB4?
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Default 10-26-2018, 02:37 PM

Iíve noticed this as well once truck is hot.
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Default 10-26-2018, 02:44 PM

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Iíve noticed this as well once truck is hot.
And you have a JB4 correct and it's still dropping power when it gets hot?
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Default 10-26-2018, 02:51 PM

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And you have a JB4 correct and it's still dropping power when it gets hot?
Yes but thatís with all cars especially here in vegas
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Default 10-26-2018, 02:54 PM

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Yes but thatís with all cars especially here in vegas
Where I don't disagree, some tuners will say differently and have the dyno info to prove it.

FWIW - I've run JB4's in previous BMW's so I was extremely excited to see one released for the Raptor's. Looking forward to what Terry has to say regarding cold/hot power
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Default 10-26-2018, 03:14 PM

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Hey Terry...What are you guys seeing in way of power once the Raptor's warm up. I've seen some dyno pulls (admittedly from your competitors) where when the truck is hot, power drops off drastically.

Have you guys seen this same power drop and if so, any difference with the JB4?
The JB4 is setup to retain all the factory safety systems, since ignition advance is mapped off intake temperatures, as those increase, timing will drop, and power will drop to minimize the potential for detonation.

Higher octane, like mixing in a little E85, can mitigate this effect.


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Default 10-28-2018, 09:20 PM

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The JB4 is setup to retain all the factory safety systems, since ignition advance is mapped off intake temperatures, as those increase, timing will drop, and power will drop to minimize the potential for detonation.

Higher octane, like mixing in a little E85, can mitigate this effect.
Hi Terry. Iím still getting code 04db on my 17 Raptor Running on map 2. Running 93 octane consistently and updated with the latest firmware ... only seems to trip
Code on map 2. Any suggestions? 😬
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Default 10-29-2018, 06:09 AM

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The JB4 is setup to retain all the factory safety systems, since ignition advance is mapped off intake temperatures, as those increase, timing will drop, and power will drop to minimize the potential for detonation.

Higher octane, like mixing in a little E85, can mitigate this effect.
Thanks for the explanation Terry and it's great to know bad things won't happen with the JB4 installed!
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Default 10-31-2018, 10:34 PM

Just purchased a new 2018. Do I need to wait and put a certain number of miles on the truck prior to installing/enjoying the JB4? Also, will I be able to remove and avoid any traces of the tuner if I by chance have any mechanical issues due to such? FYI - I have the JB4 on my BMW X6 and can't say enough good things about it, hoping to share the same experience with the Raptor! Thanks guys and keep up the great work!
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Default 11-01-2018, 09:25 AM

I normally suggest waiting 200-300 miles to ensure the truck isn't a lemon from the factory.

Installs and removes without a trace. Goes without saying though, if you break something running higher power levels, you should pay to fix it. That said platform has been really reliable tuned so far.


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I normally suggest waiting 200-300 miles to ensure the truck isn't a lemon from the factory.

Installs and removes without a trace. Goes without saying though, if you break something running higher power levels, you should pay to fix it. That said platform has been really reliable tuned so far.
Terry is map 5 the highest map right now? Map 7 is still a beta thing?
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Default 11-01-2018, 03:37 PM

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I normally suggest waiting 200-300 miles to ensure the truck isn't a lemon from the factory.

Installs and removes without a trace. Goes without saying though, if you break something running higher power levels, you should pay to fix it. That said platform has been really reliable tuned so far.
Thanks Terry, exactly what I needed sir!

I take it you guys find the S&B intake the best fit for the JB4/Raptor?
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Hi Terry. Iím still getting code 04db on my 17 Raptor Running on map 2. Running 93 octane consistently and updated with the latest firmware ... only seems to trip
Code on map 2. Any suggestions? 😬
Will there be any new firmware to hopefully correct my above issue?
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Default 11-02-2018, 04:48 PM

Not had any other reports of it. Any other mods on the car? Maybe we could try swapping the JB4 board for you to rule out any defects.


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Default 11-02-2018, 08:50 PM

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Not had any other reports of it. Any other mods on the car? Maybe we could try swapping the JB4 board for you to rule out any defects.
Thanks for the response... no other mods except a UPR catch can... seems to work great on map 1 never tripping a code, and will run on map 2 sometimes for weeks before tripping a code. Sometimes only a couple days. No one else on here having issues? Should I maybe try re-running the latest firmware before exchanging the board? Tx
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Default 11-03-2018, 10:15 AM

Could be OCC related too. But, either way not a major code. Just an annoyance. If you want to try another board at some point just email me.


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Default 11-03-2018, 11:06 AM

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Could be OCC related too. But, either way not a major code. Just an annoyance. If you want to try another board at some point just email me.
Ok. Sounds good. Thank you.
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Just curious--Most of the time when you install tunes, you may get a slight gas mileage increase providing you stay out of it, has anyone seen that with the JB4 installed?
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Just curious--Most of the time when you install tunes, you may get a slight gas mileage increase providing you stay out of it, has anyone seen that with the JB4 installed?
You will not see gas mileage improvements unless the jb4 is modifying AFR or IGN timing. Which I do not believe the jb4 for f150 is directly modifying. Terry can confirm.
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