just had a chat with ford they are going to call be back to see what they can provide in the form of payment assistance. For a loaner they said i was out of luck. they cant force the dealerships to provide that.
Bruce I completely agree.. if I could do it over I would have gone a different direction completely. We definitely shouldn’t pay what we paid for the Roush setup to have issues. For me I’m gonna make the best of a bad situation and max out what I have to deal with.If the plan is an aftermarket tune, I do not understand why anyone would get a Roush kit in the first place.
There are excellent tuner kits available from Whipple, Edelbrock and others where you can choose the appropriate pump, injectors, TB, etc. and have a kit for far less money and much better results than starting with a Roush kit and adding tunes, pumps, injectors, cooling mods and other additions.
I get it. You will have a good set-up with all you are doing.Bruce I completely agree.. if I could do it over I would have gone a different direction completely. We definitely shouldn’t pay what we paid for the Roush setup to have issues. For me I’m gonna make the best of a bad situation and max out what I have to deal with.
Wow, that's pretty interesting.I believe the 21s have been issues because of the delays that Ford has been experiencing with their supply chains. When I had my Stage 2 kit installed last month, the shop had it for an extra week due to being unable to load the tune. They had to have the ECM reflashed to stock twice because each iteration that Roush provided them put the car in limp mode. Was told that it was because one of the modules was coming up as unknown and they were suspecting Ford swapped out a module in the vehicle due to shortages. Not sure how true that is though.
What wheels and tires setup are you guys running? Not quite sure if I want 18 or 19 inch wheels. 18 inch apex wheels or 19 inch cs5 wheels. Any inputs?