an older build of mine....and my 1:1
Posted 18 January 2011 - 04:42 AM
and here's a picture of my 1/1 scale f350( the one on the right )....it's lifted 10" on 37" toyo mud terrains with 24x12" xd rockstars, I put a 2008 front clip and other body accessories( mirrors, tailgate, rollpan, door handles ) from a 2008 as well, it is a complete 2008 clone. I custom painted the front and rear ford emblems to match the truck and the interior is just as done up( 20" tv in the roof, full stereo-2-12" audiobahns, 1-10" audiobahn, 2500 watt audiobahn amp, 7" dvd player in the dash, xbox hookups )....it's not a ton of performance but it's enough to run roughly 450 hp to the wheels....5" exhaust, intake, stage 1 injectors, custom tunes, and propane injection....
Im getting ready to actually custom build an older style f150 bed( 92-96 stepside ) for this truck with dual tanks ( one for a Waste Veggie Oil system )....oh and it's got train horns
here's what it used to look like....
and here's what it looked like before that...( about a week after I bought it )
hope you all like them...
ps, I've got a thing for lifted trucks LOL
Posted 18 January 2011 - 12:09 PM
If I find it sitting in a dark parking lot it won't!!! If your factory horn is as wimpy as the one on my 90 F350, you need train horns just to be heard!
....oh and it's got train horns
Posted 18 January 2011 - 12:34 PM
Posted 18 January 2011 - 12:44 PM
Yep, I don't have any lift on mine, but it doesn't need it! I have a Super Duty suspension (from when Super Duty really meant something ) under mine since it used to be a wrecker. It's clawed it's way through over a foot of snow with no problems and plowing with the front axle!
LOL especially when you have 10" of lift. My stock horn isn't even hooked up anymore it goes right to my valve for the train horns.
Posted 29 January 2011 - 06:18 AM
As for my 1/1 I'll be putting down some HP and TQ numbers here next week
Posted 29 January 2011 - 09:36 PM
I love'em High.
That's a good looking truck ya got there Chad.
Gotta love a good Train Horn over the Factory Wimpy horn
I think you should contact Ma's Resins and get some nice soft 44"inch or bigger tires.
Because Bigger is Better.