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Old 12-04-2008, 08:10 PM
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Roush F150 Project

2006 F150 FX4, Roush Stage 1 (supercharged) with the following performance related items:

- Intercooled Roushcharger with slightly larger Lightning lower pulley (brings boost up from 6 to 8 lbs)
- Troyer E-fan kit
- Dual core radiator (its the heavy duty/towing radiator that Ford offers, twice as thick as the standard radiator)
- BC Automotive transmission with Level 10 (Mag clone) deep pan, triple disc hi-stall converter)
- Dynatech long tube headers
- Dynatech Supermaxx intermediate tubes with hi-flow catalytic converters
- Roush street exhaust (loud enough as it is with the long tubes, it would be obnoxious with their off-road exhaust), with Roush tips. Included with delivered truck
- Yokohama Parada Spec-X V-rated tires
- Autometer P-Tech gauge
- Autometer boost gauge with calibrating manifold
- Autometer wide-band O2
- Long Motorsports wide-band O2 (I use this one for tuning data-logging)
- DashDAQ data-logging/digital gauges computer, mounted in an Edge gauge mounting kit modified to fit the larger DashDAQ.
- Air/oil separator (had to make this myself, none of the good Lightning kits fit this truck
- Dyno tuning (3 times) by my good friend Mike Troyer
- Propods triple gauge pod
- Heat treated performance rear ring and pinion set

Roush Options Included with Truck as it was delivered:
- Full upper and lower stripe kit, and windshield banner
- Roush hood scope (not functional, but if any of you have seen the huge size of Roush's air filter you'd understand a functional one isn't needed!)
- Roush tailgate spoiler
- Roush chin spoiler
- Roush wheel flare kit
- Roush pedals
- Roush dash and door trim kit
- Roush leather seats
- Roush floor mats
- Roush 20 inch wheels, with Roush wheel lock kit
- Roush full suspension kit (very good kit, corners on rails considering the weight of the truck)
- Roush side and tailgate badges
- Roush billet grill

Roush Options added:
- Roush/Brandmotion navigation kit
- Roush billet fuel door
- Roush door sill plates
- Roush instrument cluster (wasn't offered until 2007, I need to give Brian over at Roush a shout out for his kindness in getting my 2006 retro-fitted!)
- Roush grill and tailgate oval overlay badges
- Roushcharger hood scope decals

Non-Roush non-performance add-ons:
- Retrax retractable tonneau cover
- Brandmotion hands free Bluetooth with voice recognition
- UPR underhood and interior billet kits
- Black Harley-Davidson headlights and taillights
- Scangauge II (moved to my Super Duty now that I have a DashDAQ)
- Fumoto oil pan drain valve
- Brandmotion iPod interface
- Chromed stealth bulbs
- Viper Alarm
- Bell radar detector, hard-wired in the overhead console

Next planned modification:
- Dual pump fuel hat with more dyno tuning

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Old 12-08-2008, 12:51 PM
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very nice. good luck
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