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Old 06-28-2013, 08:38 PM
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'12 F-250 is almost complete

Tell me what you guys think. Mods done include:
22''x10.5 BMF Novakane Death Metal
37'' Toyo Open Country Tires
Fass Fuel System
Titan 50 gal tank
Warn 16.5ti winch
Fab Fours Front and Rear Bumpers
5% Tint
6" Fabtech Coilover Lift
Alpine In-dash Nav
Focal Speakers
JBL Subs and Amp
Bestop Power Steps
H&S Mini Maxx
5" black powder coated exhaust with 7'' tip
Nathan Airchime KL3A horns
ANR Twin 100% duty compressor
Airlift Airbags with Wireless one system
5 gal on board air tank
Weatherguard tool box
Truxedo custom Tonneau Cover
All recon lighting
Vision-x light bar
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Old 06-28-2013, 08:49 PM
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One tip of advice. Take that clear plastic lid of your s&B intake. You'll get more sound and more air flow.

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dang, no expense spared here, good looking rig!
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....and by taking off the lid I'm sure that air will be a lot hotter. I had a Eaton M90 charged 4.0L SOHC ranger before the F250 and I saw an IAT difference of 40 degrees in town between an exposed filter the engine bay and one that was drawing air from the fender and sealed from engine heat. On the interstate it was about 6-10 degrees. Pull up your IAT readout on your monitor and see if it makes a difference lid on/lid off with your truck. Your truck could respond differently, who knows!?

...And for my own curiousity, what brand/model are the fender flares? I've been looking at grabbing some and yours appear to have a molding where the top lip meets the body. I REALLY like that idea as others I have seen are just a bare plastic edge that leaves an "arch" scuffed into the paint.

Awesome truck by the way. To own that, I'd have to farm and sell marry-ju-wanna and prostitute my wife (I'd sell myself but I'd still be broke...).
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There is a rubber plug on the side that you remove isn't there. Mine does. So I don't take the lid,off. Great looking truck
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...And for my own curiousity, what brand/model are the fender flares? I've been looking at grabbing some and yours appear to have a molding where the top lip meets the body. I REALLY like that idea as others I have seen are just a bare plastic edge that leaves an "arch" scuffed into the paint.

Awesome truck by the way. To own that, I'd have to farm and sell marry-ju-wanna and prostitute my wife (I'd sell myself but I'd still be broke...).
Thanks much. The flares are the Bushwhacker Pocket Style. I had them Line-X'd as well.
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Which Alpine head unit did you use and which mounting kit!
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How does the coilover system ride by fabtech?
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Which Alpine head unit did you use and which mounting kit!
Alpine INE-Z928HD - 8" In-Dash Navigation Receiver along with the perfect fit dash mounting system from them.
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