Hello Everyone, First time writer, longtime reader. I have loved the Ford Raptor since I first laid eyes back in 2010 when I saw the supercab. And thought to myself, why don’t they make a quad cab version? The Ford Raptor consumes my free time. Not my actual free time but the time you have between trips to Costco or waiting to pickup/drop off your kids (literally and figuratively) or whenever I’m on hold at work and I pickup my cell to check AutoTrader to see if any of the Raptors I’m watching in my own little watchlist have gone down in price that day. But the thing it’s, it never gets old or boring or uninteresting. So here I am, with an opportunity to buy a 2013 screw with low mileage ( under 50k) and many tasteful mods that I don’t need but why not. And the one thing I thought I wanted, the almighty Roush Supercharger (stage 2 to be clear) is giving me serious concerns. Not because of any mechanical issue it has now but the fact that it was not factory installed brand new. Rather installed by the Ford dealer that sold him the truck as a certified used vehicle. Now the current owner purchased the extended warranty as well as the service agreement. I have not seen these documents but the remaining time left is just over two years and they are asking $2500 for both in addition to the asking price. The owner is a model Raptor owner. Serviced before the date needed, only the best aftermarket parts when added. Only 12k miles put on the truck since he owned it in the last two years and the supercharger was added when he purchased it. Are their any real downsides to buying a 2013 vs a 2014 other than the led light upgrade and just being a year newer? Like I’m talking “the wheels fall off a 2013 after you hit 100k and no one knows why” type reasons. Their are some things I would change cosmetically but how bad would it be if I bought it and removed the SC because it was not factory added by Roush to make it more Reliable longterm. Would that be cause for banishment from this Forum. Thanks for taking my call.