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

JohnyPython

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Do you think youre doing better than the stockers, also is that the Marco Tornado???
Yes it’s louder/deeper than stock. It would be louder in the grille but I installed it in the engine bay in front of the fender liner. There is an opening there for the horn.

It’s the Marco Hurricane.
 

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Picked up a set of +3 deavers and did some forscan changes. Now I need to figure out what what bump stop set up I want to run. To think I told myself I would keep this one stock LOL.
Yep, it never ends. I went with SVC and have been happy with their bump stop kit. Install was not too difficult so that was a plus
 

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Installed a RetraxPro XR cover. Seemed like overkill that cost too much but I found a really good deal online and now that it's installed I don't regret it for a second.
 

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A tradition up here in the PNW is the annual opening of SR-20 aka the North Cascade Highway. SR 20 is one of the State Routes in Washington that have portions closed in the winter . Washington Pass (elev. 5,477 feet or 1,669 meters) and nearby Rainy Pass (elev. 4,875 feet or 1,486 meters) annually receive up to 15 feet (4.6 m) of snow throughout the winter, and are prone to avalanches leaving over 20 feet (6.1 m) of snow on the road. Clearing usually begins in March or April starting at both the Western and Eastern closing points and meeting somewhere in the middle as conditions permit. Opening day is usually in May, though in winters with unusually heavy snowfall, or unusually cool springs, a June opening is not unheard of.

A tradition for many years was Tootsie Clark bringing cinnamon rolls to the highway workers and motorists present at the opening to celebrate. After Tootsie's passing her family has carried on her legacy.


This is the second year Venture and I have made it up to the opening. Home, up to the Western closure, over the pass and through Winthrop, Twisp and a few others, down US-97 then I-90 back to Seattle make up one of several Cascade Loop trips, though it's not the actual Cascade Loop Scenic Byway route. Still, a 430 mile round trip is nothing to sneeze at. And a great way to spend a sunny spring day! And a reminder that the West Coast is enjoying the highest gas prices in the country. This was after my $0.40/gallon fuel points discount!!
 

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