Finally you got a Frontier. Haha looks great!
I really havent noticed too much until this morning. i think the cooler morning air and the dampness to it is what gave it more punch. i did notice, like..immediately following the airbox mod, that im using more gas. almost a whole MPG less than what i had been getting the few days prior. so with that in mind, i assume its breathing better. so the truck at least must notice the slight difference, even if my butt dyno didnt.Mhannis, you notice a difference on the butt dyno with the air box mod? I've been considering throwing my stock one back in and trying some stuff to it.
gonna do my best to keep pictures flowing as the mods go, and the wheeling trips pile up. first trip is end of august. ill try to remember to take cell pics in between enjoying the experience.nice to see more pictures
I did the hitch mod myself, once the hole is drilled there's no going back. haven't towed anything since putting it on. hoping to get a pop camper at one point. need to find a good place to store it first.Thanks mini, i think the hitch mod was both the most expensive (in terms of damage costs) mod so far, and certainly the most stressful. definitely a get it right the first time or else kind of feeling. im glad it turned out as clean as it did. my neighbor (gf's uncle in his 60s) even told me it looked factory. so i got an old mans approval ROFL
thank you. i wish i had considered the clear coat base beforehand though, as that skull would have looked really nice with the original design idea. o well, it did turn out pretty well.Your Engine cover looks awesome!