2019 Orange Fury

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  1. OFGT19

    OFGT19 Member

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    #1 OFGT19, May 24, 2020
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    I bought my car in November 2019, local dealer was running a black friday special that I couldn't pass up. It is a base PP1 car which is exactly what I wanted. I am starting out by doing upgrades that improve comfort and drivability until the warranty is up.

    So far I have installed:

    UPR passenger side oil catch can
    AEM Dryflow drop in air filter
    Stainless Works legend cat-back exhaust
    Steeda clutch spring
    Barton Hybrid 3 flat stick shifter
    Raceseng slammer weighted shift knob
    401a leather seat covers from shelby
    Sync 3 premium touch screen/toggles
    Steeda progressive lowering springs
    BMR jacking rails
    BMR CB010 stage 1 lockout kit
    BMR CB762 IRS bracing kit
    BMR subframe alignment
    BMR vertical links
    AMR 20x8.5 front 20x10 rear wheels
    Mickey Thompson street comp tires
    255/35/20 front 305/35/20 rear
    Rokblokz front and rear
    Taillight tint
    Tinted LED rear side markers
    Gloss black rocker stripes
    20% tint
    Black 5.0 badges, front and rear emblems
    Ford racing hood struts

    I have ordered a Boomba sound tube delete kit, paint matched rear decklid, and diode dynamics interior LED's and am just waiting for them to come in.

    Next up on the list is to upgrade the audio system, get some nice pedal covers, possibly get some stripes put on, and probably upgrade the struts and shocks. Also thinking about painting the brake calipers and possibly painting the exhaust tips black to match the rest of the car. I am going to keep it simple until the warranty is up, then add a supercharger and long tubes.

    This is from about 2 weeks after I got the car. It was on the PP1 wheels with 25mm spacers.

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    Here it is last night after installing the BMR parts, rocker stripes, and new wheels and tires.

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    Interior when I first got the car.

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    Interior after upgrading to the premium radio, leather seats, flat stick shifter, and weighted shift knob.

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  2. Scott

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    Looking good, clearly you a casualty of the modding addiction!
     
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    OFGT19

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    Thank you, yes it definitely is an incurable disease haha! I told myself that I would buy the "performance package" and I would be happy with that and not do any suspension modifications, or any modifications in general. That didn't last long, I think I had it maybe a day before I bought the exhaust and springs.

    I guess I should have known, I have never owned a vehicle that I didn't modify.

    I did the Forscan equalizer removal for the radio today and it seems to have made a big difference in the sound output of the factory speakers. I do have a set of 6.5" pioneer speakers leftover from another project that I may swap in to see if they make a decent improvement.
     
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