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F150 Front Suspension On Lift

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From the start we found a few issues that need to be addressed. First is this low-hanging intercooler, which hides just behind the bottom of the factory front bumper. With the bumper gone, it’s very exposed. The EcoBoost engine uses two turbos for forced induction, but an intercooler is needed to cool the charged air and boost power, so we don’t really want to delete it. Unfortunately, what works for airflow is a hindrance to approach angles and winch mounting. We’ll be moving it.