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Paddle Shifters

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So I realized shortly after taking delivery that Ford omitted paddle shifters on all but the ST and Timberline trims. (yet another reason I should have just bought an ST rather than trying turn a Platinum into an ST :cry:).

2 questions:
1. Can @ZFGracing still properly tune a Platinum without the manual shift points which others are being asked for?
2. Are there any Ford mechanics who can point me in the right direction to see if I can add paddle shifters and what specifically that would entail? I've tried searching online and talking to my local Ford dealership and can't seem to make any headway.
 

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This may be a long shot but there was a guy that was doing this for F150s. I haven't got a clue if he's done anything with the Exploder. Everything I've read said that his work was impeccable and his wiring harnesses were truly top-notch. You of course still had to come up with the hardware.

https://www.boostedgreygoosedesigns.net/
 

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This may be a long shot but there was a guy that was doing this for F150s. I haven't got a clue if he's done anything with the Exploder. Everything I've read said that his work was impeccable and his wiring harnesses were truly top-notch. You of course still had to come up with the hardware.

https://www.boostedgreygoosedesigns.net/
Thank you! I'll check into that.
 

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This may be a long shot but there was a guy that was doing this for F150s. I haven't got a clue if he's done anything with the Exploder. Everything I've read said that his work was impeccable and his wiring harnesses were truly top-notch. You of course still had to come up with the hardware.

https://www.boostedgreygoosedesigns.net/
I’ve known Lawrence for quite some time. I had one of his first Raptor wheel harnesses for the F150’s in mine. His work is impeccable…but him finding time to look into a new platform may be impossible.
 



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