aFe - 77-83023 - F150 Scorcher Blue Bluetooth Module 3.5L Raptor HO EcoBoost (17-19)

by aFe
$499.00

 In-Stock & Ready To Ship

Fitment

  • 2017 - 2019 Ford F-150 V6 3.5L HO EcoBoost Raptor

Product Details

The aFe POWER SCORCHER BLUE Power module is the next generation of Plug and Play electronic module technology. It is the fastest way to safely gain significant horsepower, torque and improve drivability without modifying or leaving any trace on the Engine Control Unit (ECU). The SCORCHER BLUE features an LED control switch for in-cabin, on-the-fly power adjustments with different preset modes. With Bluetooth connectivity you can tap into your iOS or android device to make power adjustments, custom tune different power modes, view gauges for engine parameters, upgrade to the latest revision, measure acceleration times and more. The app is downloadable for free on the APP Store or Google Play store.

Increases Power and Performance:
The SCORCHER BLUE Power module increases turbo boost and overall vehicle performance producing double-digit power gains on our in-house dyno.

Direct Plug and Play Power:
Designed with factory style connectors, it easily connects to engine sensors for a quick and simple install. The LED control switch can be routed through the firewall into the cabin or connect to the module via Bluetooth with the smartphone app.

On-the-Fly Power Adjustments:
In-Cabin, on-the-fly power adjustments can be made to accommodate your driving needs. Select one of four power settings on the in-cab LED control switch or control the module remotely via the free iOS or android app. The smartphone connects to the module via Bluetooth and displays engine parameters (MAP and TMAP).

4-Power Settings:
This Power module have 4-power settings loaded and identifiable with the LED light on the switch or smartphone app. Stock (Green), Sport (Yellow), Sport+ (Orange) and Race (Red)

Bluetooth Connectivity:
The SCORCHER BLUE module is Bluetooth 4.0 capable and can connect to most iOS or android device. The Bluetooth connectivity allows the control of the module while being in the vehicle cabin without running any wire through the firewall.

SCORCHER BLUE App:
The aFe POWER SCORCHER BLUE app is free on the APP Store and Google Play store and allows the smartphone device to become a handheld remote for the module. It also displays turbo boost gauges (MAP and TMAP) and fuel pressure for diesel vehicles, allows you to customize each power mode, upgrade to the latest revision and even measure 0 to 60 and ¼ mile times.

NOTE:
aFe POWER does not recommend using the SCORCHER BLUE module with any other tuners or modules. aFe POWER recommends that only Sport or Sport + settings are used during towing.

This SCORCHER BLUE Power Module is not CARB exempt at this time and is not legal for sale in California or use on vehicles registered with the California Department of Motor Vehicles.

    Features:

    • Next generation of plug & play Bluetooth power module
    • Dyno tested and produced power increases of +44 HP / +65 lbs. x ft. torque
    • Increase turbo boost to improve vehicle performance, efficiency and throttle response
    • In-Cabin On-the-Fly Power Adjustments via LED light switch or Smartphone app
    • Bluetooth connectivity to your iOS or android smartphone to adjust the power modes, custom tune the power modes or upgrade the device to the latest revision
    • 4-power position settings: Stock (Green), Sport (Yellow), Sport+ (Orange) and Race (Red)
    • Does not modify the ECU and leaves no trace (no footprint)

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    About aFe

    Advanced FLOW engineering (aFe) is a manufacturer of automotive cold air intake systems, performance air filters, fluid filters, intake manifolds turbochargers, programmers, throttle body spacers and exhaust systems. aFe was founded in 1999 and is headquartered in Corona, California, USA, in two facilities totaling 160,000 sq ft (15,000 m2) including their 77,000 sq ft (7,200 m2) headquarters and manufacturing facilities. An 87,000 sq ft (8,100 m2) warehouse and R&D facility was added in 2012.