Recently installed the VC fab Titan v2 and hot and cold side piping to my gen 3. Stock BOV, is it common to notice the BOV venting with the newer intercooler? More air in the system causing the sound to be louder?
I did check all my piping and everything is hooked up tight after 200 miles, no...
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CVF Titan v2 Intercooler + piping kit.
Never installed, decided I want to keep my Raptor stock if I ever trade for an R. Paid 1091.98
$875 shipped CONUS, PayPal goods and services.
I had a signed purchase agreement for MSRP when I purchased mine. Salesman told me he had 5 people stop in the day the truck arrived trying to buy for a bunch over msrp. Really helps having a dealer that is honest.
To do it right you DO need a lot of equipment. My random orbital cost $450. It just depends on your skill level and your appetite for learning something new. A full paint correction is incredibly time consuming and tiresome. I did mine over a long weekend and it turned out awesome, but time...
Only if you do it yourself. Paint correct like normal and apply a reputable coating.
Its not half as hard as its made out to be, with newer self leveling coatings it would be very difficult to screw up. Apply in sections with an applicator pad and then wipe in after after a few minutes. You do...
Don’t get me wrong. I love my 3rd Gen. But there is no way it’s worth anywhere close to $200k even with a V8. At the end of the day it still has an f150 interior.
It doesn’t even come remotely close to having the interior quality of a $100k Porsche, let along a $179k Porsche.
It’s just not...
Just buy a 3.5 if you can find for MSRP and put that $30k towards a 911 Turbo.
I have an in at the dealer I purchased me 22 37p from, but wouldn't get in until the next run, and I really want a 911 more....
I would beleive it. Friends with 1st and 2nd gens have experinced the same thing. I think its partly due to the "race" nature of the truck.
Its hard to make a vehicle so good natured on the road that you can also take to Baja.
Both rears finally changed. Clunk is totally gone, Funny how it seemed like it was always coming from the front and it was the rears.
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Ford replaced one, threw chassis ears on and decided to order the pass side, the clunk is 90% better, so I'm happy, but glad they're replacing the other.
Ford should make it standard practice to just replace at least both front, but glad its getting repaired.