Bbeardens monster build
Ok I'm starting this a little early, but this is going to be my 2017 Ecoboost monster build I'll link in some photos from it sitting on the lot to the little bit of tinkering I've done in my spare time so far.
Future performance plans: in order Cobb accessport, and a roush cai, front mount intercooler with aftermarket charge pipes, hks bov(have one laying around from my last car that got totalled), 3" off-road downpipe(un decided on a specific brand yet),catch can,mbrp catback exaust (or a borla attak) undecided on this so some personal input on the tone would be helpful just don't want a lot of drone
Suspension plans: coil overs, and a 1/2-1 inch drop, ford performance strut tower bar, probably just going to order the eibach sport performance package, bigger tires, and aftermarket 18 inch wheels (I like the 18s don't really want to go any bigger until I have to due to a rotar, and caliper upgrade) bigger tires I'm thinking giving it kinda a get stance "275 in the rear, and 255 in the front".
Exterior plans: roush performance rear spoiler, rear quarter panel scoops, rear window louvers, quarter window scoops, front quarter panel scoops, ram air carbon fiber hood (with functioning hood scoop, modern billet black mesh front grille set.
Lighting plans: simple led conversion on everything lol.
While waiting on parts I'm doing what painting I can. I've done side skirts lines so far, next is going to be the front and rear diffusers in the same style the I'll upload a picture of the skirts below. Next I am going to do the hood stripe (spear style), and get the whole body besides the hood repainted a more metallic black with green flakes. In case you can't tell by the pics and the title I'm kinda digging the green on black combo anyways that is it for now I am currently waiting on my accessport, and cai to arrive and next I'm going to order the spoiler, 3 inch downpipe, and coilovers
Oh yea I blacked out my rear reflectors, reverse light, 3rd brake light, and rear side markers. I'm waiting on my blackout kit to do the rest