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Isn't the lowering kit just the rear? Not much of a kit....pull the block on a 4x4 and install a shackle.
Sounds simple but I'd have to find the thread that discussed the various differences of rear axle blocks since there are different parts to accommodate specific frame lengths and drive shaft angles. Not to mention the indexing pins and holes to help keep the axle aligned. When available, I prefer using parts specifically engineered for the purpose vs. possibly causing damage due to unknown stresses.
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I love that the 5.0L V8 is so overbuilt from the factory you can throw a blower right on top stock with a warranty. Ford adding the sinter forged connecting rods and forged crank out of the Boss 302 into every gen 3+ Coyote made it so much easier to make big power. I’d like the blower and leveling kit but would pass on the decals. Though stock my 5.0 lays plenty of rubber on the pavement if wanted ;). I’ll consider down the road.
 

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I love that the 5.0L V8 is so overbuilt from the factory you can throw a blower right on top stock with a warranty. Ford adding the sinter forged connecting rods and forged crank out of the Boss 302 into every gen 3+ Coyote made it so much easier to make big power. I’d like the blower and leveling kit but would pass on the decals. Though stock my 5.0 lays plenty of rubber on the pavement if wanted ;). I’ll consider down the road.
I go back and forth on installing a Roush S/C every week, it seems!
 

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Part number for the Ford Performance badge...anyone got it?
 

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Part number for the Ford Performance badge...anyone got it?
I have just contacted Ford Performance about that badges last week and they replied to me saying currently the only way to get them is with either the FP700 kits or their not as well known black appearance wheel kits. Now if more people email them, maybe they will see that people want it. I even made the case that I even purchased the FP supercharger kit and explained why I didnt go with the fp700. (basically my truck already is a black appearance truck from the factory so it has all the stuff and I already have my own 22" wheels.)

For those looking for FP lowering and bumper exhaust kits for the 21'+ trucks, FP has just released new stuff.
Ford Performance lowering kit. https://performanceparts.ford.com/part/M-3000-H4B

Sport and extreme cat back exhausts through the rear bumper.
*Extreme Full Kit : https://performanceparts.ford.com/part/M-5200-FEBRB
*Extreme No tail pipes as you reuse your stuck stuff : https://performanceparts.ford.com/part/M-5230-FE
*Sport Full Kit : https://performanceparts.ford.com/part/M-5200-FSBRB
 

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@Syclone Rob Thanks for trying. I did the same thing, strictly FP add-ons on my BAP, even their FP/Whipple supercharger, and got the same reply.

Any idea if they offer a Sport exhaust that reuses the factory dual tail pipes?
 
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@Syclone Rob Thanks for trying. I did the same thing, strictly FP add-ons on my BAP, even their FP/Whipple supercharger, and got the same reply.

Any idea if they offer a Sport exhaust that reuses the factory tail pipes?
Yeah I would be interested in just replacing the resonator and the muffler also.
 

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@Syclone Rob Thanks for trying. I did the same thing, strictly FP add-ons on my BAP, even their FP/Whipple supercharger, and got the same reply.

Any idea if they offer a Sport exhaust that reuses the factory dual tail pipes?
I could not find the sport mid section keeping the stock rear section. Hopefully that will happen soon.
 

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Man that looks sexy! I love that look!

Where did you find the wheels?

What exhaust do you have?

Curious about your decision to go with Roush vs Whipple?
 

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Thanks!

The wheels are Ford Performance Sinister Bronze 22x9.5. The same ones that come in the FP700 bronze kit. Part # M-1007K-S2295SB Wrapped them in Nitto 420V 305/45R22

Right now the exhaust is completely stock. I haven't made up my mind on exhaust quite yet. I like it quiet when cruisin'. Even with stock exhaust it still makes a pretty wicked noise with the supercharger. You can definitely tell that its pumping a lot of air. Plus I get to hear the supercharger whine. I am afraid if I do a cat back or something I wont hear the supercharger anymore. If I do exhaust, it will probably be the Corsa cat-back kit that exits in front of the rear passenger tire.

My original plan was to do the FP700 package. I spoke to a couple of local dealerships about doing it and they looked at me like I was crazy. They had never even heard of the FP700 kit when I asked about it. I finally found a Roush certified dealership, they talked me into the Roush. It was less money and a little bit more torque than the Whipple in the FP700 package. Plus I think the 3/5 lowering kit looks much better than just the 2 inch rear shackles in the FP700 kit.
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