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2012 Ford F150 3.5 T EcoBoost

Unichip Ford F150 - auto performance chip, car tuning chip, tuning computer
  • The Plug 'n Play kit that comes pre-mapped to optimize your bolt-on accessories
  • Installs in minutes, ready to roll!
Not CARB certified
These parts are not legal for sale or use in California

$425.00 USD

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  • All models '11, 12' F150 EcoBoost versions
  • Available maps include low boost, high boost for general operations including towing, and a maximum performance mode
  • Add's up to 55 bhp and 70 ft-lb .
  • Easily plugs into the stock ECU & ECU harness in minutes , no programming necessary .
  • Realizes the full potential of Aftermarket add-on's like Cold-Air-Intakes & exhaust systems, as each kit comes pre-mapped for the exact set-up of each car or truck.
  • No end-user tuning necessary, just plug the kit into the car and you're ready to go.
  • Easily upgradeable for future add-on's.
  • Each kit comes with two maps: a towing performance map for extra power during sustained, long pulls and a maximum performance map for maximum power over shorter period. Select your map on the fly by flipping a switch... no ECU download required.
  • Fully tuneable by a Unichip Custom Tuner for customized add-on's . This means your ride's Engine Management System is as tuner friendly as the world's most advanced standalone systems, without sacrificing any factory features - no other product can say that!
  • Plug 'n Play harnesses are fully Flux capable - purchase Flux when you purchase the Plug 'n Play kit or upgrade later - Flux simply plugs into the Unichip Plug 'n Play harness.
  • Plug 'n Play kits are removed from the vehicle in minutes, returning the vehicle to stock tuning, without leaving any footprint that you ever modified the truck... something no reflash system can offer!

Dyno Results Ford F150 EcoBoost 3.5T

Click on the dyno sheet for larger view or to print.

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Installation Instructions for EcoBoost F150

From CF, and

“I was given a Unichip Plug 'n Play kit to install and provide a review. I received the kit about 2 weeks ago. I immediately pulled my truck in the garage, excited to try out this new kit.

I was happy to see the actual unit was protected in aluminum and the electronics inside where potted in a heavy rubber. The rest of the kit includes the required
wiring harness, a build checklist, some zip ties, dielectric grease, the installation manual, stickers, and a warranty card. The harness is nicely labeled, and seems to use high quality OEM connectors. The kit was pretty easy to install, and the installation manual was exceptionally thorough in explaining how to disconnect and reconnect each sensor (total of 3 required). It took me about 30 minutes to actually install the kit, but if I ever did it again, I could probably do it in 5-10 minutes.

This kit has a rocker switch with a Tow mode and a Race mode. Of course, I set it to Race mode and started the truck. It fired up smoothly, and without hesitation. I took it for a drive, the truck was snappy and responsive. I was trying to take it easy, but knowing full well of the
power available to me was right under my foot. I only had one opportunity to open it up that night, and that was to get around a person doing 30 MPH on the on ramp to the freeway by my house. As soon as I could, I dropped the hammer on the loud pedal... The traction control kicked in, and not much more than wheel spin happened - at first. Once I realized I needed to feed the power in, the truck took off like a rocket. Actually it took off like my 2009 WRX. I actually felt the turbos spool up and delivery heaps of power to the rear wheels. This truck is a '12 4x4 Screw Lariat 5.5' bed with a 3.31 axle. Acceleration is not the main design feature of my truck. Now this thing is a freak on the street.

I've been driving for 2 weeks now. My truck has been running smooth, and running strong. I've put about 300 miles on the truck (all local miles), and been getting about 15.5 MPG. I'm not very surprised though, because I keep finding reasons to try out the supposedly 156 HP, and 169 lbs of torque. I just filled up with 92 octane, and have
to drive across the state later this week. I will work hard to drive normally, and will report back my findings.

If you have any questions, ask it here. If I don't know, I'm sure that can answer them for you. I strongly encourage you to look into this product, and ask any questions to Jack.

That's my $0.02

... and all with no footprint!

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