Yeah I am that "Other Person" who is looking at other options. I have a post in Stage 3 Motor's Forum about "Overriding the Electronic Locker". What I would really like to accomplish is to have the E-Locker stay locked beyond the 30 MPH in 2WD and 4HI (and 60 MPH in 4LO).you are not the first person to post about options for these rears but i have not seen anyone that has actually made a conversion yet and can answer your question.
Ford offers a limited slip unit for 3.55 and 3.73 gear combos but does factory install of them in very select models
i would see no problem a person could not order one and install it yourself or have it installed by the dealer
i would assume you cannot use the E-lock with any other type of carrier but their are several aftermarket bolt in carriers available to convert these rears to a limited slip or posi
they are a 9.75" rear if you wish to look around at these
after my 2013 warranty runs out i will more than likely invest in an aftermarket limited slip but probably live with the E-lock until then
Grim, I'm still very interested in the locker limit disable. I'm doing what i can to get some more info on it, but being that i'm in Asia it's not easy. I'm looking in to the raptor 4wd module to see if I can do something with it.Yeah I am that "Other Person" who is looking at other options.
Yes, I too recently found that post and am still reading through TONS of posts. I have tried to contact the original person (a Ford Tech) who was able to convert it to work like a "2011 Raptor" on his 2011 Truck. But there appears to be differences on how a 2011 Raptor works versus a 2013 ... still reading. As well, my 2013 4x4 works like a 2011 Raptor already (supposedly) - again I am doing more reading.There's a way to put in a switch to force the e-locker on whenever you want, the answer is here:
E-Locker Override Mod? - Page 61 - Ford F150 Forum - Community of Ford Truck Fans
But you'll have to read through many pages to find the wiring.