- March 18, 2019
- Reaction score
- City, State
- Hebbronville, TX
- Year, Model & Trim Level
- 2018 Explorer Sport
Installed paddle shifter extension
I got this from Amazon, it seems to be good quality, I am just not sure if the double sided tape will hold up in the texas heat. I will replace the double sided tape with a high quality one.Cool! Clever to put them outside the headlight. Which ones did you get?
Sorry for the late response, but I've even added on EcoPowerParts CAI. My ride sounds fantastic especially with the BOV and with the new intake. As for throttle response, it may be a placebo affect but I feel it's a lot more responsive however @Livernois says it's going to take a little bit to adjust my tune to the new intake. If it doesn't respond the way I want to, I'll ask for a new tune.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
You have very good taste, sir!!! LOLI 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.
Peter! Great to hear from you. Sorry I haven't been around but I promise to be more engaging this time around. As for the pipes, I think they are but I bought into it because of Mike from EcoPowerParts.Hi Jon. Are all those red pipes metal? Just wondering because if they are I would think that they would heat up being under the hood and negate the cold air intake's purpose.
Peter, here's a message from Mike at EPP:Peter! Great to hear from you. Sorry I haven't been around but I promise to be more engaging this time around. As for the pipes, I think they are but I bought into it because of Mike from EcoPowerParts.
Ecoboost (Dev Site)
There's the product and little more about it.
So far, the hot pipes (first installation) have actually been good. I've actually picked up about .5mpg to 1mpg on my highway drives. I was averaging 18.5mpg to 20mpg (75mph - 85mph cruise control) but now am averaging 19.5mpg to 21mpg (75mph - 85mph cruise control) so long as I'm not driving like a total jack-ass when I'm trying to race other cars. LOL
Hello Jon, how about when not acceletating hard? You don’t always accelerate hard right? Anything else up your sleve for your ride? Take care out there on the road.Peter, here's a message from Mike at EPP:
"Aluminum, as the air flows it's impossible to heat it up while accelerating hard"
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