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Purchased a new 2018 Raptor a few weeks ago and am averaging 16 mpg. Is this average for most Raptors? Will putting a Rousch Cold Air Intake help increase the mpg or does adding the tune help? Not complaining, but, if possible like to get to 18 mpg.

I do not like the stock muffler sound so maybe a Flowmaster?

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Congrats! The Raptor is almost 6000 lbs, turns 35' all terrains and has the aerodynamics of a brick so I say 16 mpg isn't too bad. I've seen 18 mpg on the highway doing 70 mph with no headwind. As far as mods go, I really don't believe any of them would significantly help. Save your money. The new F150 diesel advertises 30 mpg on the highway...but it's not a Raptor.
 

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2014 Gen1 here. Decent gas mileage is one of the last concerns I have with a truck. If it turns out decent on this trip or that, it's just a bonus. CAI's and tunes will likely generate very little to no noticeable mileage increase.
 

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I get 22mpg HWY on my 2019. If you add bumpers, lift and wheels it will go down. If it stock then something is weird maybe. Adding the Corsa X pipe is great way to improve the sound.
 

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Actually, after I had the Cobb Tuning Power Pack installed, a Mofab Protune and SPD turbo adapters I’m putting down 455whp and averaging 21mpg when my foot isn’t in it on adaptive cruise control.
 

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Thanks everyone for weighing in on this. I have to take mine in for the first oil change so I need to decide what to do. The dealer told me they have to do any mods so it does not void my warranty. They are a Roush dealer.
 
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