Love that you put it on a dyno. I went to your website Buschur Racing, and I thought you were a customer of ours as the name seemed familiar. Checked our records and didn’t see your name. Any ideas for an oil catch can?
I don’t mind removing the panels for access, but that oil drain plugs location relative to the skid plate makes me cringe and I hope it’s just an optical illusion. I can already see the oil draining onto the skid plate then dripping down into my drain pan. Please tell me I’m wrong 😑
If you add a tool box to your bed you’d have what? Two feet left of bed space? Not only that, the most effective way to thwart theft other removing valuables is to keep them out of sight. A hard, locking tonneau cover a achieves this and most are easily removed if you need to load up your bikes...
I’ve never owned a new car that came with an air compressor. Though the Maverick PR team touts that an owner can instal one in the bed cubby, I’d wager the vast majority of owners never will and roll with an inflated spare tire. It’s there for a reason.
I have successfully used plugs for many years and if used with a quality rubber cement, will last the life of the tire. Only issue with your post is that not everyone will have an on board air compressor or an air tank to refill a flat tire.
Now this all makes sense. I could’ve swore I opted for the 235’s during the Build but it never showed on the email I got from Ford. I have an Fx4 w/ Tow pkg Lariat coming and I’ll be trading those neutered Pirelli’s for those Toyo’s in 235. Snow and ice can get bad up here in Colorado. Thanks...
Hybrid FWD with a locker? Why not go all the way with a 5” lift kit, 15” bead lock wheels, on board air compressor to air the tires back up, a Warne winch and a roll bar in case you roll it over while keeping up with the Wrangler Rubicons?…….