Discussion in 'Modified 2011- 2019 Explorer Sport Tuning' started by tektoo2, February 18, 2016.
Have you tracked (1/4mi) your car at all?
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2014 Base 2.0 Fwd
Painted front grill
25% all around including windshield
Oem ford mudflaps
Wrapped door handles
Plasti dipped OEM 20" Wheels
Oem ford rain guards
Will be spray tinting tailights soon
And adding spacers to oem wheels
upload image online
Looks good and you can buy pre-cut tint for tail and head lights..
I tried it but messed up trying to do it and gave up lol
Looks great! Here is a hint, buy some Turtle Wax Ice spray wax and use it on your black plastidipped wheels. Just spray on and wipe off. It will help water bead and give them a satin finish. I have used it for a couple years now on my truck and it is really amazing.
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I doubt you'd get very far here with that tinted windshield. It's illegal to add additional tint below the windshield's AS-1 marks.
Not saying its the case here, but there are people that get tint exceptions due to light sensitivity. They get certification from a optometrist and then an exemption from DOT and they can tint their windshield. Also many law enforcement officials tint their personal vehicles windshield for safety concerns regarding their family.
Loking good Eric!
Owned for about a month now, 20% tint on the front windows, Weathertech window visors, OEM splash guards and Weathertech floor mats along with OEM cargo mat (3rd row stowed away) and OEM trunk mat (behind 3rd row).
UPDATED. Pretty much finished with the exterior. Now working on true performance. Tune and down pipe next!!!
Looking good @jonnoriega !
@jonnoriega - I still think your Ex looks like Crawford's pads ...
2017 EX platinum in smoked quartz metalic love this color depending on the lighting it can look blue, charcoal gray, black, and in bright sun I swear I can see a hint of green.
Playing so shitty but we've been in a hole before and came out shining.
Very nice, how did you do that?
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Thanks, I'd really love to get that done to my XLT. I've seen some Russian ones done. they look amazing, I bet you guys have seen them on Youtube and other places on the web.
washed the wife's rig and took some pictures. I'll be busy washing the new truck this weekend, it showed up at the dealer yesterday...
2017 Explorer Sport
How do you like that Yakima coffin? Is that attached directly to your OEM crossbars? I'm debating on that or the Thule 613 Pulse Alpine.
I like it a lot (Yakima Skybox 18). I have had since new around 2007 and originally used on a different suv. Its been sitting under the deck almost 5 years, cleaned it up and installed it yesterday on the oem cross bars. Still works great, as new. No issues with locks or anything, just a little faded with its age. I did have to adjust my powerlift gate, as this box hits the gate when fully opened. Made it stop about an inch sooner, so now all good.