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Recalls, TSBs, SSMs and Investigations / Re: Ford Expedition & Lincoln Navigator
« Last post by ZSHO on January 19, 2019, 11:01:11 AM »
Lincoln SUVs have problems with the hands on/off systems that may not alert drivers of trouble. Z

JANUARY 19, 2019 A 2019 Lincoln Nautilus recall has been ordered by Ford for nearly 2,700 vehicles equipped with lane-centering assist and adaptive front steering.

The automaker says there are problems with the hands on/off detection systems used to alert drivers to get their hands on the steering wheels.

About 2,276 of the vehicles are located in the U.S. and another 371 are recalled in Canada, and all were built from September 5, 2018, to November 19, 2018.

Customers with questions should call 866-436-7332. Ford's recall number is 19S02

Vehicle Build topics / MOVED: Toyota ecoboost
« Last post by ZSHO on January 18, 2019, 04:26:04 PM »
How To Articles / Re: Throttle Body Motor assembly
« Last post by ZSHO on January 18, 2019, 06:22:19 AM »
Feel free to start your own Dedicated thread here! Z

Tuning / Re: Splash blending e85 to 93
« Last post by FiveLeeter918 on January 17, 2019, 01:44:28 PM »
Thanks to everyone! To prevent any fuel related issues god forbid I run into some bad gas , what's the best thing to monitor ?? OAR? I should be able to see OAR value on the x4 without plugging in my laptop correct? Havnt tried that yet

Knock and OAR are your best bet for monitoring fuel quality.

Both can be monitored straight from the SCT device screen when plugged in.

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Is it me or will it not let me gauge OAR? I went to guages selected Gas Ford 08 and newer and no OAR to select .. well I guess I have to plug in laptop to view these things ...

Create a custom config and load it to the handheld.
Livernois Motorsports and Engineering / Re: Livernois Upgrades
« Last post by Livernois Motorsports on January 17, 2019, 07:45:34 AM »
I just wanted to share my recent experience with Livernois and my 2018 F150 2.7L. I first ordered the tuner from them. Had them program it for 93 octane was impressed with how much more responsive the throttle was. It was a quick and easy process and the guys at Livernois where quick to respond to my questions. I ran this tune for about 2 months and decided it was time to take my truck a little further. I ordered the Windstorm cold air system from them. Again it seemed to help with responsiveness and it definitely threw you back in your seat. At this point I wanted to see what else I could do to get more horse power. I turned to Livernois again and ordered their Thunderstorm exhaust. After a simple installation I was back on the road if more aggressive roar and a slightly quicker take off. I then purchased a gauge for my truck so I could see some more info on it, this was not a Livernois part, but did have a very cool feature. a 0-60 timer. So the first thing I did was test it. 6.04 seconds. I did a little research and stock was 7.0 seconds for my truck. I was like cool I shaved almost a second of the stock time. By now I realize that adding mods to your truck is somewhat of an addiction so once again I called up Livernois and asked what could be done next. Once again they were extremely helpful and I purchased a set of down pipes from them. After spending a couple hours under the truck, I started it up and the doors rattled in my garage. This truck no longer sounds like it has a tiny motor in it. Still not satisfied, I called up Livernois again and they supplied me with a more aggressive racing tune. I just installed it punched the gas and was thrown back in my seat and hit 0-60 in 5.67 seconds!! I would highly recommend anyone get a hold of these guys if your looking to upgrade your truck. I couldn't be happier with their experience and willingness to go the extra mile to make sure I was happy. Now I am left wondering, what can I do next to my truck....
We are glad to see you are out enjoying the new tune we provided you for your new mods on the truck! Glad we could not only meet your wants/needs but also surpass them!
General Discussion / Re: Something different?
« Last post by SHOdded on January 16, 2019, 04:29:39 PM »
LOL, yes, my reference was the first gen V's, since people buy them as cheap foundations for extreme builds.  The 2009 CTS (not V) I test drove had a pretty nice interior, had 90K miles on it at the time also, so it had been well ... used :D
Suspension / Coilovers?
« Last post by Chaplain on January 15, 2019, 10:26:03 PM »
Looking for a company that makes coilovers for the sport. Rally style.

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