2019-2020 Ranger EcoBoost Power Pack Performance Calibration
2018-2020 Mustang GT Calibration W/Cold Air Intake And Throttle Body
- Ford Performance has released two new performance calibrations for the Mustang GT (M-9603-M8B) and Ranger (M-9603-REB)
- The Ranger calibration adds 45 HP at 4,500 RPM and a 60 lb/ft of torque gain at 2,500 RPM.
- The Mustang GT calibration kit adds 19 HP at 6,500 RPM and a 42 lb/ft. torque gain at 2,000 RPM and also includes an upgraded throttle body and cold air intake.
- Both kits include the new ProCal 4 tool to effectively deliver these new calibrations.
Ford Performance has a long history of offering performance engine calibrations. These calibrations offer an enhanced driving experience. They are developed by Ford Performance calibration engineers during countless hours of dyno testing and real time ‘seat-of-the-pants’ drive-ability evaluation. The resulting calibrations offer improved power, drive-ability, and pass Ford Performance’s stringent durability tests. Performance calibrations are available for U.S. and Canadian vehicles. Premium fuel is required.
The Ford Performance calibration for the 2.3L Eco Boost in the Ranger adds torque and horsepower through out the RPM range. It also improves the throttle response offering better drive-ability. There is a 45 HP gain at 4,500 RPM. There is a 60 lb/ft of torque gain at 2,500 RPM. There is also an optimized shift schedule for the 10-speed automatic transmission. Drivers will feel crisper, more precise shifts.
The M-9603-M8B Mustang GT calibration for 2018-2020 5.0L equipped Mustangs is a blast to drive. Like other Ford Performance calibrations it features improved power throughout the RPM range. The throttle really comes alive. This package was modeled after our very successful M8A Power Pack 2 for 2015-2017 Mustang GTs. It features a larger 87mm throttle body (vs. 80mm stock), the required throttle body adaptor, a Ford Performance cold air intake, and the Pro Cal 4 tool. It is available for manual or automatic equipped Mustang GTs.
Ford Performance calibrations are unique because they come with their own Ford warranty. If the Ford Performance calibration causes an issue to your car within 3 years or 36,000 miles from new vehicle in-service, Ford pays to fix your car. If the performance calibration did not cause the issue, your base Ford warranty still applies. The kits need to be installed by an A.S.E. certified shop or Ford dealer.