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Old 11-16-2013, 07:29 PM   #1
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Default Glowing Black FX4 Build

I've posted a few pictures here and there, but I figured I could chronicle my whole build to date. Bought the truck two years ago when I was 21, and have slowly built it up to what I have always wanted since.

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2009 F150 FX4 Tuxedo Black 5.4l

Fully Loaded with black leather, Nav and Sunroof
2 x JL 10W3 Subs under backseat in a sealed box with an 8oow JL amp pushing them
Nexus 7 Tablet mount above Nav

Airaid Cold Air Intake
Poweraid Throttle Body Spacer
Magnaflow Exhaust
Edge CS Tuner with pod

Retrofitted HID Headlights
StreetScene Bumper Cover
HID Foglights
Recon Glowing F150 Emblems
Spyder LED Taillights smoked black with Niteshades
120w LED Lightbar in bumper
10w LED reverse lights on hitch
V3 Triton Amber/White Switchback LED Signal Lights

6" Procomp Stage 1 Lift
20" BMF SOTA Rims
35/12.5 Toyo ATII Tires


Future Mods:
Procomp Trac Bars
Procharger
Coilovers
AMP Research Power Steps

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The day I bought it

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Stock FX4 Interior

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First mod was Spyder projectors and LED tails

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Blacked out emblems and billet bumper insert

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Windshield eyebrow

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Streetscene Bumper Cover

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While waiting for bumper, I swapped in black euro headlights, a billet grille,and put a double row LED bar behind the bumper insert.

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Tried out some raptor style LEDs

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Working on my first retro, still waiting for bumper to be painted

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Streetscene installed

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Glossy Pillars

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Installing new 120w LED bar

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Glowing emblems

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Love the projectors

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Working on second retrofit

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New vs Old

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Output

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Look so far

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Nexus 7 Tablet mount in dash

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The lift and rims!

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Old 11-16-2013, 08:28 PM   #5
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Very nice, love the truck! Great work!

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Thanks!

You should edit out the quote though, no need to copy all the pics.
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Beautiful truck! I really like the retrofits over those spyder lights.
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Very nice truck. Such a big difference from the time you got it.
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I adore driving this thing. The company I used to work for provided a company truck, and I thought about selling this one but I'm consulting now and I'm so glad I kept it.
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Nice work!
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