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What did you do to your Raptor today? (Gen2)

Discussion in 'Ford F-150 Raptor General Discussions [GEN 2]' started by Jepper, Jan 5, 2018.

  1. MudLovingFJ

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    Installed an S&B intake and RappyGraphics flag decal on the powerport cover

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    I ended up just pulling out the whole bottom shroud and trimming the side shrouds up so they lined up with the clips


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  3. Nick@Apollo-Optics

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    Truck is looking good, man! Can't for it to all come together!

    Looking sharp, Brad! Glad we could help get you setup with that carbon!
     
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    I only went for a quick test drive after install so my initial impressions are limited.
    I did notice a little better low speed light throttle response but it’s too early to be sure yet. Turbos do spool a little quicker/louder.
    I should note my truck is a 6/19 build date and did not have the factory intake silencer rings in the intake tubes. I did think the factory spool noise was pretty decent and that’s why.
     
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    What's the install process on the APR hood vent? Looks good. I wish they made it just a little taller / more aggressive to differentiate it more from the stock vent..
     
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    Nick @Apollo, what warranty does APR offer on their hood vent? Thank you....
     
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    Anyone know the warranty and install process on the CF hood vent? Thanks...
     
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    Remove 6 10mm nuts to release the vent. Then swap hardware/attachments from the stock vent to the APR vent. Then install new vent with 10mm hardware.

    APR products carry a 1-year warranty.
     
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    Thank you very much Nick, I couldn't find anything on their website or via Google..
     

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