This was last Thursday, but I sold my Mustang and my 4runner and got this. I was sick of having two car payments and I have to have an ORV. So, this seemed like a good idea. I am saving roughly $800 per month as I came out way ahead on both cars. In any case I am loving this rig. Plus I can run...
I'm pretty sure that you should not be finding ANY flakes of metal in your oil. Anything larger than 1mm would have me freaking out. after the first oil change. Is this your first change? What color were the metal flakes?
I disagree with that video 100%, as the GT350 uses the same oil pump, has greater vibrations and revs to 8K+ from the factory. That in an of it's self leads me to believe that the theory expressed in the video is 100% incorrect.
Well of course they are going to say..if you buy this..you should also buy this. That is the art of the upsell. That is where doing your own research is really handy. Or ask the good people on this board what you need in order to achieve your goal.
Yes, but that is not what I was inferring. What I am saying is that it started off with coils and sways not being much better than what he had stock, then he compared that to Steedas kit costing $3,000 as a comparison. When that was no comparison at all because the stuff that he priced from...
Then you can't say that the Steeda offering is $3,000 and say that it is prices higher than the Ford Kit. The Steeda kit is superior and every way, and a whole lot more in that selection than the Ford kit. We are comparing apples to apples, and you are comparing apples to airplanes.
This is why I don't buy aftermarket "packs" from Ford. You are better off and will save money getting something put together from Steeda, BMR or the like. Also, next time do a little researching before you spend money.