Nice, I'm about to buy the CVF intercooler. Did you remove or trim the shudder shroud? I keep seeing conflicting info about it?
*edit* disregard I saw your directions and pictures on another thread. Nice job!
Seriously, why can't a well know company like Kenwood, Alpine or Pioneer develop one of these big screen head units for us. I'd buy immediately. Yulu unit does look good but that's frustrating to wait weeks or months.
Most buyers could care less what aftermarket parts you have on the truck. People don't care and most of the time they prefer stock or maybe aftermarket rims.
I'd take the parts off, sell it and recoup some cash to buy parts for your Gen3.
I have 58k miles and honestly don't think shock need rebuilding, my truck rides no different than my friends 2020 raptor that has 21k miles. I been off road on sand dunes a few times, hit trails exploring 10x, towed a 6k pound fishing boat 3x per year. I am going to buy new shocks maybe around...
Since it has an aftermarket intake and intercooler pipes, I'd go through and make sure everything is fitted properly and no disconnected parts.
When I had a 2015 Ecoboost Lariat truck, I put on an intake and when I got on it on the freeway I heard a loud pop then loss of power and sputtering...
Sorry this happened to your truck. Get it all fixed and covered under warranty, be good to go. I have almost 60k miles on my truck and it has been solid. I got the MPT tune and going to get a CVF intercooler and be done with performance mods. I love these Raptors!
Part of the issue is that there are so many middle schools and high schools around the country that got rid of auto classes due to budget cuts or whatever. I was in 8th grade in the early 90s and my middle school had a metal shop and auto curriculum. We got to help our teach make mods and...