SVC mid-arm kit: $15k (raptor kit)
Hard to tell for the rear, but at least $5-10k for bypasses and arms
Gonna guess glass is going to be $1500-2k.
Wheels and 40’s: $5k+
2.7 Tune, IC and Exhaust: $2-3k? $2k for an F150 tune and IC from whipple
Plus all the other random bits I...
Hey man. I’m going Saturday. If you’re unable to ask all your questions, shoot me a Pm and I’ll ask what I can as well.
I personally don’t have any questions that won’t be answered with B&P or the color walk through.
It’s hard to know exactly but likely at a minimum you’ll want strong front axle shafts, and probably need beefier steering components.
That little tube thing on the passenger side of the diff, for equal length axle shafts, is probably going to be a failure point too. Ideally someone will make...
Albert, theres very preliminary plans in the works for me to drop my 4-door off at RSE when I get it so they can use it. If you can somehow push my order to the front, we can get these to market faster.:LOL:
Hennessey is already talking about mods, and they’re my preferred vendor. They may be delayed due to the OTA software though.
Whipple has a kit for the F150 with a bigger cooler, intake and tune. They have a drop down for the Bronco on the site as well.
I think just about every major...
Regarding the colored stitching/handles: That’s exactly how the Rubicon and Mojave Jeeps are. I imagine that was the thinking at Ford.
At least with the Rubicon, if you got certain color exteriors, you lost the big red dash so it wouldn’t clash, but all the other red stuff stays.
They’re going to be very similar, in my experience, assuming you’re running the same exact tire (33” Goodyear MT’s vs 35” Goodyear MTs.) An MT is going to ride differently than an AT though.
My Rover is on 33’s, solid axles, and lots of mileage and worn bushings. It rides better on fresh 33’s...