Parts Added: F150 EcoBoost ATP Dual-Core Intercooler Upgrade While most people would be happy enough with the 90RWTQ that the Phase 3 kit provides, Keith also threw on an ATP Dual-Core Intercooler Upgrade that can add up to 30lb-ft of torque all on its own, and possibly even more when combined wth all of the other components included in this kit.
While I'm sure not everyone would agree with getting rid of the Platinum's factory HID headlights, Keith grabbed our S3M Recon Smoked Lighting Package that included new Recon headlights with a dual-lens design, CCFL Halos, and LEDs. Due to the factory HIDs, some custom wiring was involved, but the kit was a relatively easy bolt-on upgrade for the truck. On top the headlights, the package came with smoked taillights and third brake light for a total lighting overhaul.
Cleaning up the bed and adding some improved cargo management was a BAKFlip G2 tonneau cover. This handy tonneau is a much more heavy-duty and secure design than a more standard roll-up cover and can flip up in just about any position along its rails to give you full access to your truck's bed without needing to completely roll or unroll it. The BAKFlip G2 is a great solution for anyone who frequently needs to get gear in and out of their bed.
The WeatherTech DigitalFit liner keeps the truck's carpeting clean and makes the whole interior that much more versatile. The liner is resistant to just about everything, including moisture, chemicals, and any sort of damage.
What you won't notice right off the bat is the audio system. Keith ditched the Sony HD Subwoofer for an awesome Kicker SubStage package that includes a powered subwoofer. The stock door speakers don't get to enjoy that new power, however, because Keith swapped them out with our Kicker 6x8" speaker upgrade kit that gives the whole system a larger range and vastly improved sound quality over Ford's weak factory speakers.