2018 3.5L Ford Ecoboost Now Supported By The DiabloSport Predator 2

New from DiabloSport – the Predator 2 now supports 2018 3.5L Ecoboost Ford F150. This tuner safely yields huge horsepower and torque gains while allowing you to adjust many other settings. See more details below.

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The Predator 2 (P2) is making waves in the industry as the most advanced and value-oriented tuner available. Pairing premium features, competitive pricing, and the latest coverage available makes the P2 a great tool to keep in your product lineup this year. The Ford gas truck P2, PN 7102, for the 2018 3.5L Ecoboost F150 adds a staggering 86 HP and 63 LB-FT of torque in peak to peak gains and a jaw-dropping 116 HP and 104 LB-FT of torque, at max gain. This exceptional power is something you can only get from the DiabloSport Predator 2. We’re crushing the competition with power gains like nobody has ever seen and we did it first!

Along with offering first to market tuning on the 2018 Ecoboost, you can equip your customers with tuning they can count on to be powerful, yet safe. We tested these tunes to make sure they are safe and reliable so that your customers can gain tremendous power without the worry of damaging the truck. Offer your customers tuning they can count on with the Predator 2 from DiabloSport!

Pre-Loaded Performance Programs

  • Diablo 93 Tune – 86 HP 63 TQ Peak to Peak *114 HP 104 TQ Max Gain
  • Diablo Tune – 58 HP 32 TQ
  • 87 Performance – 35 HP 26 TQ
  • Diablo Tow – 35 HP 26 TQ
  • 87 Economy – 35 HP 26 TQ


  • Auto Stop-Start Disable
  • Fan Temp Adjustment
  • Fueling Adjustment
  • Gear Ratio
  • Rev Limiter
  • Speed Limiter
  • Spark/Timing Advancement
  • Throttle Sensitivity
  • Tire Size Adjustment
  • TPMS On/Off & Adjustment

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Chris McWilliams grew up watching his dad race go-karts around his Southern Indiana home and started racing junior dragsters when he was 10 years old. Chris drove a UMP Mini Stock for two seasons until he totaled his racecar in an accident at Western Kentucky Speedway. He is currently a college student at Oakland City University working on a degree to pay the bills for his dirt racing addiction.
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