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6 comments

  1. Comment by SierraHiker

    SierraHiker Reply January 20, 2017 at 12:59 pm

    Great site and a beautiful build!
    I was happy to click the link and order PlusNuts a tool and some other stuff.

    • Comment by Antoine

      Antoine Reply January 20, 2017 at 1:35 pm

      Sweeeet! 🙂
      Good call on the Plusnut tool; after installing 80+ Plusnuts, we wish we bought the tool!!

      Thanks for stopping by and good luck with your build!
      antoine

  2. Comment by colby palmer

    colby palmer Reply May 31, 2017 at 6:39 pm

    THANK YOU
    Your build is inspirational…We are about to purchase our new one but are struggling with which engine to choose for the platform. We see you have the 3.7 and we were wondering your thoughts on the power, we will travel in a somewhat mountainous area, the Sierras in California and Nevada. We like the idea of the EcoBoost engine but dont know if we need it. Any help is appreciated

    • Comment by Antoine

      Antoine Reply June 1, 2017 at 8:35 am

      It all depends on expectations I guess… the Transit (or any cargo van anyway) definitely doesn’t have a sport feeling, so we think the 3.7 matches that. It will bring you up the hills, but stick to the slow-lane. We chose the 3.7 for the price & mechanical simplicity.
      Everyone that drive an Ecoboost seems to rave about it. I’m sure it makes the drive more exciting and make it easier to pass others. I would say that if your budget allows it, go for it! It might helps for the re-sale value too.

      Let me know what you decide! Good luck!

  3. Comment by lenny arthuro

    lenny arthuro Reply July 9, 2017 at 3:01 pm

    you article for the transit was useless, you did not state the codes numbers for the options you had listed

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