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Maybe the way the manual is geared, it doesn't hit the 155 mph speed limiter.
The manual doesn’t on the dyno. The auto hits the limiter between 6K & 7K RPM. He has another video that shows it.
 

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The Manual is not going over 155mph however.
 

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Hello everyone, I’m new to the forums - but I’ve read about 60 pages on this thread over the past month with varying degrees of information.

I’m looking at having the Roush SC put on over spring break by a local authorized Ford dealer. Is there anything else I should definitely look at having done at the same time//shortly after? I want to be sure I keep the warranty - I’ve had too many costly repairs on other cars 😅 My car is a stock 2020 GT Premium, no performance pack. I’ve had it almost a year, it has 9k miles, and I’ve only done cosmetics at the moment.

Thanks in advance!
 

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Hello everyone, I’m new to the forums - but I’ve read about 60 pages on this thread over the past month with varying degrees of information.

I’m looking at having the Roush SC put on over spring break by a local authorized Ford dealer. Is there anything else I should definitely look at having done at the same time//shortly after? I want to be sure I keep the warranty - I’ve had too many costly repairs on other cars 😅 My car is a stock 2020 GT Premium, no performance pack. I’ve had it almost a year, it has 9k miles, and I’ve only done cosmetics at the moment.

Thanks in advance!
Welcome aboard. I believe your hard pressed to beat the Roush setup. For the money,what it delivers and the warranty is just hard to beat.
 

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Hello everyone, I’m new to the forums - but I’ve read about 60 pages on this thread over the past month with varying degrees of information.

I’m looking at having the Roush SC put on over spring break by a local authorized Ford dealer. Is there anything else I should definitely look at having done at the same time//shortly after? I want to be sure I keep the warranty - I’ve had too many costly repairs on other cars 😅 My car is a stock 2020 GT Premium, no performance pack. I’ve had it almost a year, it has 9k miles, and I’ve only done cosmetics at the moment.

Thanks in advance!
You are going to want some sticky tires. I think you'll find very quickly that the factory tires are not going to be good enough. Might be a good idea to look at some suspension mods too.
 

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You are going to want some sticky tires. I think you'll find very quickly that the factory tires are not going to be good enough. Might be a good idea to look at some suspension mods too.
Read the Roush warranty. And be prepared for a lot of fun!
 

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Hello everyone, I’m new to the forums - but I’ve read about 60 pages on this thread over the past month with varying degrees of information.

I’m looking at having the Roush SC put on over spring break by a local authorized Ford dealer. Is there anything else I should definitely look at having done at the same time//shortly after? I want to be sure I keep the warranty - I’ve had too many costly repairs on other cars 😅 My car is a stock 2020 GT Premium, no performance pack. I’ve had it almost a year, it has 9k miles, and I’ve only done cosmetics at the moment.

Thanks in advance!
About the only thing I might suggest would be some better rubber. I assume your non PP car came with all season tires. Once you have the SC installed, you will have serious traction issues if you apply heavy throttle in the lower gears.
 

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Read the Roush warranty. And be prepared for a lot of fun!
Buy a new set of rims... Add quality rubber. Swap back when you need to. (and don't talk about it on the internet!)

I agree on the fun!

(PS, I have told Roush that I have gone to the dragstrip and given them logs of the results when it was heatsoaking. They have been awesome.)
 

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You are going to want some sticky tires. I think you'll find very quickly that the factory tires are not going to be good enough. Might be a good idea to look at some suspension mods too.
That’s definitely on the list! I’m on BFGoodrich comp 2 all seasons right now so I’ll definitely need a tire change. Any recommendation?
 
 
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