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2019 Ford Ranger Roush Performance Pac Level 1 Debuts: Video

Owners of the 2019 Ford Ranger who want to get some extra power and torque out of their rides can now get the 2019 Ranger 2.3L Roush Performance Pac Level 1 directly from Roush. The pack includes the Roush Cold Air intake and a tune that optimizes the truck to work with the CAI and 93 octane premium fuel.

Included in the 2019 Ford Ranger Roush Performance Pac is a new high-flow, washable, and reusable performance air filter that needs no oiling. The intake was designed using OEM CAD data for a perfect fit. The kit has a transparent lid and maintains factory water fording capability by retaining the stock airbox snorkel.

The tune that is required for the kit has optimized for 93 octane fuel and performance throttle and boost mapping for more power. The 2019 Ford Ranger Roush Performance Pac Level 1 promises a gain of 14 horsepower and 53 pound-feet of torque over stock numbers. The tuning of the engine might void parts of the original Ford warranty, but as with most Roush power adders, there is a 3-year/36,000 mile limited Roush powertrain warranty.

Roush adds that the performance pac has been extensively tested on the roads and in the labs for reliability. One interesting bit about this performance pac is that Roush calls it “Level 1,” suggesting there will be additional levels in the future with even bigger gains. The Level 1 pack is significantly more expensive than the cold air intake alone, which is priced at $415. Roush also notes that the performance pac isn’t approved for sale in California or states that follow California rules. The power pac would be great paired with the off-road leveling kit.

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Source: Roush

Shane is a car guy with a fondness for Mustangs and off-roading.

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  1. NK

    All that and then you are still only 30HP short of a stock ecoboost mustang with the same powertrain. Talk about a scam.

    1. Tyler Pritchett

      I mean, it’s a truck. It’s meant for work. The mustang is a performance model. Torque and reliability are the important factors here. Also, there are physical differences between the engines, despite being the 2.3L Ecoboost. Kind of like how there are differences between the 3.5L Ecoboost and the Hight output 3.5L Ecoboost.


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