The McGuard 84551 black 1/2”-20 lug nut set including lock nuts I found on Amazon for 67.00. The caliper covers are from MGP Caliper Covers (not mpg as I wrongly stated) go to their website at www.calipercovers.com they have many options to choose from. Happy hunting.Where did you get those?
Hello Ntrain, how is your Explorer running since you indtalled the bbk throttle body? I’ve been thinking about doing the same. Does it improve the throttle response and does it make alot of noise? Also any problems with it? Thanks3.5 NA
I expect to get the same that I did when I installed one on my edge 3.5.
Little more power and tq.
Inspired by Jon's eh?I finished with my Explorer customization today. This included: Exterior- custom red paint accents on the trim; custom red accents on the Ford emblems (front/back), Sport emblem, and hood Explorer lettering; addition of custom Ecoboost badges on the front fenders; custom red paint on the brake calipers; Asanti 22" ABL-21 Gloss Black wheels; Pirelli Scorpion One All Season Plus tires; custom red Ford hub cap decals; LED approach/puddle lamps; black round nerf step bars; driver/passenger front window tinting (to match rear windows); black pearl license plate bracket; red LED license bulbs; black powder-coated dual exhaust tips; Ziebart ceramic paint and rust-proofing protection package; Interior- Lloyd black floor and cargo mats with red binding; custom red Ford steering wheel decal; tempered glass screen protector on Infotainment screen; Thinkware F800PRO Dash Cam (front/rear); Ziebart interior fabric and leather protection package.
You're welcome! Jon actually commented a few posts further up (as well as waaaay further back in this thread when he was just starting out his mods). Click on his name and check out his profile page for more pics. His wheels especially are pretty sweet, imo.Cool. I must have missed it, given that there are 91 pages on this thread. lol. Thanks for the kind words on the accents.
By "Jon", do you mean "jonnoriega"? I just found one of his posts a few pages back.You're welcome! Jon actually commented a few posts further up (as well as waaaay further back in this thread when he was just starting out his mods). Click on his name and check out his profile page for more pics. His wheels especially are pretty sweet, imo.
Runs great. More throttle response, etc.Hello Ntrain, how is your Explorer running since you indtalled the bbk throttle body? I’ve been thinking about doing the same. Does it improve the throttle response and does it make alot of noise? Also any problems with it? Thanks
Just some cheaper ones off ebay, but they are pretty nice for the cost.Which nerf bars are those?
@jonnorega what FB page do you moderate? ive been lurking but am sucking up as much info I can before I make my purchase in November.Sorry guys! I've been traveling and actually now a moderator for another FB Forums Group but this is still one of my favorites.
Here's what I did today. Shout outs to Nick Olson of Olson's EcoBoost and EcoPowerParts.com. A big shout out to Car-One Tire & Auto in Hoffman Estates, IL for the install. They do great work with modifications.
This is part 1 of 2. Hot pipes were installed and now just waiting for the dual CAI courtesy of Olson's EcoBoost and EcoPowerParts.com. Just a really short video.
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