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UNBROKEN’s Iconic Silver ST build

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They were always temporary. Wasn’t positive I could fit 315’s...now I am. They’ve just been on backorder everywhere.
Can’t wait for ride/noise report. I don’t mind the ride on the Lexani’s but they are quite noisy.
 

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I’m so old and beat up all I can do is cruise around and bar hop with the boys these days. lol
A torn rotator cuff and no knees left will do that to a guy. lol
And I love Hope stuff. Tech3 V4’s on this with a 180mm floating rotor stops on a dime. I take this bike with me all the time...last year it spent 6 months in the Caribbean and then Japan with me....just incredible riding....especially on the Shimanami Kaido Bike road. This was a night ride in Tokyo with a local BMX group.
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Shimanami Kaido was the best, I was teaching over in Japan and I got assigned to Ehime, I decided to get a Camaro and drove that car over to Hiroshima. I loved that trip, so happy you were able to experience that.
 

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Shimanami Kaido was the best, I was teaching over in Japan and I got assigned to Ehime, I decided to get a Camaro and drove that car over to Hiroshima. I loved that trip, so happy you were able to experience that.
Ehime Prefecture is gorgeous in every direction. I spent 2 months there and explored every weekend. Road tripping from Imabari to Tokyo is one of the coolest trips I’ve ever made. I’ve been all over the world and Japan is by far my favorite. My wife came for a week and we can’t wait to go back. Actually she rented a bike and we did part of the Shiminami Kaido together.
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Ehime Prefecture is gorgeous in every direction. I spent 2 months there and explored every weekend. Road tripping from Imabari to Tokyo is one of the coolest trips I’ve ever made. I’ve been all over the world and Japan is by far my favorite. My wife came for a week and we can’t wait to go back. Actually she rented a bike and we did part of the Shiminami Kaido together.
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That looks like Kumakogen. I spent 3 years there teaching. I love that drive up and down to Matsuyama.
 
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Does all that and more...plugs into the OBD port.
They are all hand cut so should be pretty easy .I’ve been extremely lazy with my project. Still need to install catch can downpipes and Intercooler


2020 Explorer ST - Storm Trooper Build

Borla S-Type Exhaust | SPD Downpipes | Vossen HF-5 | Michelin PSS Tires | Speeda Rear Sway | Turbosmart BOV | Rear Wiper Delete | Clear Bra | Tinted Headlights | H&R Springs | Custom Carbon Fiber Steering Wheel | Custom Front and Rear Emblems | UPR Catch Can | SPD T-Stat
 

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Got the P3 vent gauge installed today. It’s NOT an easy mod. Cutting and sanding it to shape took hours but the results were well worth it. Don’t even think about cutting it by hand...a cut off wheel on a Dremel with lots of sanding then painting the cut edge is the only way to make it clean. It’s also about 1/16” short on both sides but it blends into the black hole of the vent. You’d have to look hard to notice it. 7D7368C6-D3E9-472D-A90E-6C07C7870C04.jpeg E2BEB195-CA76-479B-82A0-D8D6D63BEB30.jpeg 7FF24303-8CB3-40B2-8A6A-A11BE61096E5.jpeg
 
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Got the P3 vent gauge installed today. It’s NOT an easy mod. Cutting and sanding it to shape took hours but the results were well worth it. Don’t even think about cutting it by hand...a cut off wheel on a Dremel with lots of sanding then painting the cut edge is the only way to make it clean. It’s also about 1/16” short on both sides but it blends into the black hole of the vent. You’d have to look hard to notice it. View attachment 2273 View attachment 2274 View attachment 2275
Do you have the template you use to cut it out?


2020 Explorer ST - Storm Trooper Build

Borla S-Type Exhaust | SPD Downpipes | Vossen HF-5 | Michelin PSS Tires | Speeda Rear Sway | Turbosmart BOV | Rear Wiper Delete | Clear Bra | Tinted Headlights | H&R Springs | Custom Carbon Fiber Steering Wheel | Custom Front and Rear Emblems | UPR Catch Can | SPD T-Stat
 

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Nope...made one out of a thick piece of paper then started cutting. It’s pretty nerve wracking to take a dremel to a $400 part you have 1 shot at getting right. lol
The top is the only edge that needs to be perfect. The bottom hides behind the trim.
 
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Nope...made one out of a thick piece of paper then started cutting. It’s pretty nerve wracking to take a dremel to a $400 part you have 1 shot at getting right. lol
The top is the only edge that needs to be perfect. The bottom hides behind the trim.
Nice job! It’s a great little pc.


2020 Explorer ST - Storm Trooper Build

Borla S-Type Exhaust | SPD Downpipes | Vossen HF-5 | Michelin PSS Tires | Speeda Rear Sway | Turbosmart BOV | Rear Wiper Delete | Clear Bra | Tinted Headlights | H&R Springs | Custom Carbon Fiber Steering Wheel | Custom Front and Rear Emblems | UPR Catch Can | SPD T-Stat
 
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Nope...made one out of a thick piece of paper then started cutting. It’s pretty nerve wracking to take a dremel to a $400 part you have 1 shot at getting right. lol
The top is the only edge that needs to be perfect. The bottom hides behind the trim.
So @UNBROKEN can I have your address so I can drop ship one directly to you so you can modify mine for me?

What do you charge for your labor rate???



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