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So this is my truck and ive been debating on buying an hd bumper but I don't know where to start. Any suggestions? Also I want to change headlights and grille what do you think about halo projectors and a billet grill. Most likely the ones in the second picture.
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My vote is smoked heads, but no halo or grill

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Halos are a personal tase
Im not a big fan on these trucks. Too much surface area for them IMHO

I just went with these.... truck looks great btw

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Thanks and the truck is almost done but I still want to upgrade the turbo any suggestions?
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Do you have stock injectors?

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No ad dual shots out if a 1999.5
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Do you have custom tuning to run those?

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2011 f150 ecoboost 4x4 323/452 on php dyno 11/16/13
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I'm not positive I didn't put them in but I know they are there because I was just under the valve covers. But here is my culprit for not starting this week.
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You would benefit running stock sticks or custom tunes, but I guess a ww2 would be good since your injectors are not that big anyway, anything else would probably lag a lot

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2011 f150 ecoboost 4x4 323/452 on php dyno 11/16/13
1995 CCLB DRW 324K
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I believe I have a custom tune but like I said not sure but I can tell you this the truck ****s on anything that tries to race it.
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