The stock Raptor gray doesn't have any metallic in it, so it won't be a perfect match due to that, but the actual gray itself is a perfect match. Instead of being the flat gray color it's got a metallic tint to it which I like because it makes it not look faded.
I dig the look. Definitely the way to go if you have sensors. I have their Helion bumper, but have no sensors so works for me. Dig the placement of the S2's on yours though, wish I had that! View attachment 331158
Update on this - Evil Offroad wasn't able to make the flip up license plate bracket work properly with the bumper, but they did send me the trailer connector bracket. They did end up sending me a partial refund since they originally promised the flip up bracket. I decided I was going to mount the trailer connector bracket up and behind the bumper to keep it from getting damaged and also to hide it. The idea of the Banshee bumper was to gain a bunch of ground clearance and get the bumper wiring hidden and safe during offroad stuff. The connector is still pretty easy to get to, but is mounted to the area where the spare tire used to sit. As far as the flip up plate bracket goes I'm not too worried at this point as I don't often need to use the hitch and it only takes a few minutes to pull the rear license plate off to access the hitch.
Currently it's still in the stock location, just shortened. I am getting ready to re-do the exhaust here once I figure out the electric cutout setup I wanna do. I will most likely just be dumping it over the rear axle to keep it up and out of the way. Original plan was to run it lightning style or through the bed, but with the RPG rock sliders there's basically no room.