I just purchased a 2018 Ruby red F150 XLT,3.5 eco,actually I pick it up tomorrow.I don't plan on doing to many mods (maybe exhaust,filter and a mild tune). Looking forward to learning from this forum.thanks
I’d suggest you hold off on the exhaust. You won’t get a great return on dollars spent. Same might be said of air filter but assuming it’s just a filter and not a whole CAI it’s no big deal. The tune on the other hand is where you’ll get the best bang for your buck. These little turbo bullets require a different mindset than the old school big cube V8’s, exhaust and intake which were mandatory on the naturally aspirated engines offer minimal return on the Boost Babies. I think you’ll find much said about this very topic on this and other forums.
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I’m Marcus, from Orange County NY. I’ve recently acquired a 2013 F150 SCrew XLT 3.5L w/ 58K miles. Race Red
Pretty much a basic truck. Had zero mods, and is in excellent condition. It’s been running great.
I’ve had it almost a year and put about 7K miles on it.
This summer, I’ve...