Starting it out with a pic of how the truck currently sits. I'll backtrack to the build below. Stage 1 Started with around 400 miles on the ticker SVC Coil Adjustment System (CAS) 37” BFG KO2’s 17” Method Grid Titaniums Naturally we had to go testing the next day. Here's my write up on the CAS system - http://www.fordraptorforum.com/f262/installed-svcs-coil-adjuster-system-52906/ KO2's have been a great all around tire. Might get a set of projects in addition down the road. Obligatory Methods but a great looking wheel. Some pics of how the truck looked at this stage: Stage 2 SVC Bolt On Baja Front Bumper Vision X 30” XPR Light Bar SVC Adjustable Bumpstop System (ABS) Deaver Leaf Springs +2 I'm really liking the look of this bumper. In my opinion, it’s truly the first bolt on bumper I’ve seen that truly represents a clean prerunner style bumper. It's super strong and the lines of it just work on these trucks. Plenty of air flow to the IC through the mesh cutouts. Vision X XPR is bright and priced right. Good company and can't go wrong at the price point. ABS is a quality built piece. Full range of adjustability through the bump can and you can cycle your setup to achieve a wide range of up travel settings. Anyone that's had Deaver's know they're a necessary mod. They ride so much smoother on and offroad, it's undeniable. Deavers's been in business probably longer than any off-road company and there's a reason why they're in a league of their own in the leaf spring industry. Stage 3 SVC Smurf Gen 2 Bumper KING 3.0's on all 4 Corners KING 2.5" Bumpstops on the SVC ABS Bumpkit @svc absolutely killed it on this bumper. The fit is incredible and holds true to the fitment pedigree SVC has been known for over the years. This is not an easy bumper to fabricate given the contours of the valance on the Gen 2 but they hit a home run with it. We took an existing intercooler replacement core that's on the market and custom fit it to work on the truck. SVC is currently in the R&D phase with another company to produce an Intercooler Kit that should provide solid performance gains in addition to the relocation behind the grill. Hopefully this will be readily available in the coming months and I will be able to test and report back on it. The Kings only have about 50 road miles on them as of now. They ride extremely smooth on the road given their true performance will shine in an offroad environment. I will certainly be reporting back once I have time to put some desert miles on them. Easy install.... bolts right in place and they look absolutely badass. We were able to tuck the reservoirs up nicely as opposed to some of the other frame cut bumpers on the market with guys running aftermarket shocks. I changed out bumpstops on the SVC ABS bumpkit with 2.5" King Bumps with the "shorty" 2.5" stroke. We charged them to 50 PSI so we'll see how that goes and adjust if need be. The beauty of this bumpkit lies not only with the adjustability but also the fact that you can swap bumps in a matter of minutes. You're not married to a Fox, King, #whatareicons, 2" or 2.5".... This is the only kit available on the market that has this kind of flexibility. If you're looking for a bumpkit, this one is a no brainer. Why did I change Bumps some might wonder? Well I wanted to stay brand consistent with Kings and I obviously upped it to a 2.5" bump this time around. The Fox 2.0 IFP worked incredible with the setup I ran at the time and the IFP design is great. These King 2.5" bumps are proven and I have no doubts they'll perform just as good if not better once I get the truck out into some larger terrain. The KING shocks will definitely allow for some higher speed runs through the rough. I can't wait to get out to the desert and push this truck now. The increased approach angle from the SVC bumper will be a lot less restricting through larger terrain and once I tune the KINGS to my preference, I have no doubts that the performance gains will be nothing short of awesome.