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  1. Top Five Modifications to the Ecoboost Mustang as told by the team at Parker Performance

    That's a great, real world, consumer oriented experience! Thank you for sharing 💪💪💪
  2. Top Five Modifications to the Ecoboost Mustang as told by the team at Parker Performance

    If you're here, it's because you're looking for the Top Five Modifications to do to your Ecoboost Mustang! Well look no further, because we have the best of the best for you! We've tried, installed, tested & broken more parts than most - so when we give you our recommendations - you can count on...
  3. Question for guys who actually have the the Roush Kit

    Lmk when you're ready, we own a real estate company here in the Tampa area 👁👁
  4. Question for guys who actually have the the Roush Kit

    What's this winter you speak of? I'm wearing shorts and a t shirt today! Lol (Florida problems)
  5. Question for guys who actually have the the Roush Kit

    I went ahead and added a coolant reservoir overflow tank. If you're doing any serious racing, our factory coolant reservoirs aren't up to tech standards. There's a vent in the fill neck and that'll puke coolant if the system gets pressurized / overheats, thus getting coolant on track and on...
  6. Question for guys who actually have the the Roush Kit

    For an otherwise stock Roush blower car, I believe these to be the only real modifications necessary to install the VMP triple pass heat exchanger system with their dual fans. I hung the heat exchanger, made some revisions to the passenger side coolant hose from the Roush kit (cut about 5"...
  7. Question for guys who actually have the the Roush Kit

    Ran the return line outta the regulator, around the tubular k-member, built a small bracket with a spacer and used some dynamat to create a buffer where it touches the k-member itself. There's a provision on the Steeda unit for a bolt right there, so took advantage of that! Side note: anyone...
  8. Question for guys who actually have the the Roush Kit

    Finished securing my fuel rails on my personal car. The driver's side has interference between the standard bolt hole location and the blower's boost bypass valve. I had initially thought, before installing the head unit, that I could get away with a cylinder spacer that would get us from the...
  9. Question for guys who actually have the the Roush Kit

    Just wrapped up another Roush car. Added some hood struts from Steeda, some WeatherTech mats, and the Roush flags and hood decals for him. He was also able to get these badass door sills, that I hadn't seen before!
  10. Steeda Progressive Springs ?

    I am that local performance shop 🤣🖐
  11. Steeda Progressive Springs ?

    We charge $400 for the labor of the lowering spring install, and that includes a set of Steeda IRS alignment bushing inserts as well. Here's what you can expect the car to look like on the Steeda springs with 1" spacers:
  12. Tech Tip: Spline Bolt Removal for front struts when lowering your S550

    Short tech tip video to hopefully help if you guys are trying to lower your S550 Mustang yourself and don't know how best to go about removing the spline bolts on the front struts.
  13. CVFab charge pipes and Turbosmart Race Port BOV

    In the journey of EcoBoost Mustang modifications, we try and educate and empower our consumers to make the right choices for their mods & in the right order. This can save money, by not buying parts more than once and saving the labor costs for multiple installs. Here's our thoughts on charge...
  14. CVF Race Intercooler Review

    No adverse impact noted. Have sold and installed hundreds of these gorgeous, beastly monsters. Here in FL we try not to let our consumers buy anything less than the CVFab Race Cores!
  15. Lund and Sai Li fuel system..

    I love the Li Tuning and Racing fuel systems. We've installed them many times, in multiple variants of configurations, with great results up to 1052rwhp thus far (was Lund tuned on that vehicle). Lund has no issue tuning on them, to my knowledge. You'll be happy with the investment. Here's...
  16. How hard is it to change radiators?

    Thank you! It's a pretty special unit. Serial #001 RTR Spec5. This was their "hero car" that they used for SEMA and to obtain the Ford "OEM Plus" designation.
  17. Air Lift 3P Questions

    We're more like $3500ish for parts and $1500 for install. I'm very thorough and OCD on my installations, and so we request 3 days with the car so I'm not rushed. Here's a couple examples of my installs:
  18. Air Lift 3P Questions

    Muhhhhh closer than Seattle 🤣 But still a haul. Pensacola is probably 5ish hours away from us. I was digging around on our YouTube channel to see if we had any good Airlift videos to share with you. Here's the couple I found:
  19. How hard is it to change radiators?

    This is my personal car. It's a GT with a blower, so we're installing all the cooling mods I can get my hands on, lol. Oil cooler, radiator, heat exchanger, all going together and finally in today hopefully! Have 2 customer cars to do first and a Procharged car to deliver this morning. But by...


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