Unlock power hidden within your Raptor's ECU by replacing conservative factory settings with a mountune performance calibration and our High Flow Intake. The results are impressive gains in torque and horsepower with incredible features that exceed the off the shelf calibrations. With over 30 years of turbocharged Ford ECU tuning experience, our programming team has more Ford EcoBoost tuning experience and upgrades than any other source available to you. mountune optimized Accessport calibrations are available only to customers who have purchased the Cobb Accessport directly from mountune.The Cobb Accessport from mountune USA includes all of the standard Cobb calibrations along with a mountune performance calibration based on your modifications and octane. Order today and enjoy your Raptor with mountune maximum reliable power and performance.
Generally speaking, 91 octane calibrations have a less aggressive ignition advance map to help compensate for lower octane fuel blends. The maps designed for 93 octane are the most aggressive. Peak Gains are measured as the absolute maximum value between the highest points of two plots. Max. Gains are measured as the maximum delta percentage between two plots. Results may vary. Power as tested on 2017 F-150 Raptor vehicles using these identical calibrations.
- Ford F-150 Raptor Accessport V3
- Large, full color, higher resolution screen
- Customizable multi-gauge display
- In vehicle mount, with on/off switch
- Interchangeable faceplates
Simple Installation: Everything is included for the simple installation! Intuitive on-screen instructions identify your exact vehicle and available maps.
Simple Uninstall: Revert your ECU to exactly as it was before with the easy to use Uninstall option from the main menu.
Troubleshooting: Read codes, Clear Codes, Identify Vehicle, I/M Readiness, Keep Alive Memory, Memory Snapshot, Reset ECU.
Change Maps: Store up to 100 maps from our OTS map database or from your favorite COBB tuner and quickly switch between them for any need.
Gauges: Use your Accessport as a gauge to monitor boost or any other live information, directly from the ECU.
Data Logging: Record multiple data channels simultaneously for in-depth evaluation of engine performance. Stores up to 10 hours.
Performance Measuring: Welcome to your own performance evaluation suite! Measure 0-60 mph time, 60 foot and ¼ mile ET’s. and Trap Speed.
Shift Light: Set custom RPM warning lights for perfect shifts every time.
AP Manager: Use your PC or Mac to manage maps, download recorded datalogs, or quickly update your Accessport.
Ford Raptor Specific Features:
Auto Start-Stop Adjustment: A common complaint with the Raptor was the bothersome auto start/stop setting. There was no easy way to turn it off and keep it off with subsequent key cycles. The Auto Start-Stop feature accomplishes just that! With this feature you can set enable/disable Auto Start-Stop and the setting will be retained even after the vehicle is turned off. To use this feature go to “Tune” > “Adjustments” > “Auto Start-Stop” > and then select “1” if you want it to be enabled or “0” to disable.
Fuel Pump Control: You guessed it. This feature allows control of the in-tank fuel pump. This is especially useful if you want to drain the fuel tank to run different fuels, depressurize the fuel system to change injectors, or are needing to drain the fuel tank for any other reason. To use this feature (see Accessport steps below), with the engine running set the value to -1. This will turn off the fuel pump and the engine will shut down when fuel pressure reaches its lowest. You can then disconnect the fuel line and route it to a container. You can then key ON and set the value to 1 turning the fuel pump back on which would then drain your fuel tank. Click here for more.
Dynamic Pedal Control: This feature can be used to enhance or dull your accelerator pedal response. You can set this value from -5 to 10. Each reduction from 0 to -5 will decrease pedal response by 20%. This could be useful if you’re wanting to limit power or fuel consumption. Each increment from 0 to 10 will increase your pedal response by 10%. This will make the truck feel faster since the throttle will open more with less pedal input. Below is a graphical representation comparing throttle pedal input (x axis) with the amount the throttle body is opening (y axis) for each setting.
How To Enable Dynamic Pedal Control:
This feature comes pre enabled on all OTS maps except for those specifically calling out it's absence in the Ford Raptor Map Notes. If you are finding this doesn't work correctly ensure you are on the most recent firmware and map updates.
How Dynamic Pedal Control Works:
COBB Throttle Response allows you to quickly adjust throttle pedal sensitivity easily. The system works by modulating from the throttle mapping found in your current drive mode (i.e. Drive/Normal, Mud/Sand, Sport) and some predetermined maximum and minimum sensitivity levels. Each step negative (-1 - -5) decreases throttle sensitivity which can help achieve better mpg, or a quick detune if someone less responsible is driving. When stepping positive (1-10) you'll be making smaller pedal movements have a much bigger impact on the throttle which can help the car feel faster and more responsive.
Valet Mode: Valet Mode can be used to reduce maximum power output by limiting throttle to about 25%. A value of 1 will enable valet mode. A value of 0 will return to normal. This setting will be retained even through key cycles and does not require changing maps!
Engineered for increased air flow and performance, the Mountune High Flow Intake for the EcoBoost Raptor features a high - flow dry air filter element with larger with than stock surface area, mounted inside a high volume air box for increased air flow. Additionally, high flow primary intake ducting is included for maximum air flow to the turbochargers.
Made from durable high temp plastic with an opaque lid for added style. This intake is the foundation for increased performance.
This part has been designed and is intended for off-highway application only. Installation of this part on a vehicle that is driven on public roads may violate U.S. and Canadian laws and regulations relating to emission requirements and motor vehicle safety standards. Click Here for Emissions compliance information.