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    Damond Motorsports PCV OCC Purchased. Will probably install it same day it arrives.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krug View Post
    Ron got me thinking - thanks Ron! - since I am leaning toward the RT330 turbo kit which includes charge pipes, in order save myself a few bucks and cut down on waste, would it be more viable for me to forgo the Mishimoto charge pipe kit and instead get the Whoosh noodlepipe and symposer delete?

    For clarification, I plan to do a "stage 3" install first, and then a turbo upgrade later. Would replacing the resonated noodle pipe and deleting the symposer while keeping the rest of the stock charge pipe components be an issue? I can't think of a major reason why it would.
    noodle pipe and symposer delete are more than adequate for stage 3

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    Good to know. I've adjusted my build list accordingly.

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    Damond Motorsports PCV OCC arrived and installed. Painless procedure, less than half an hour. Even routing the drain tube was extremely simple. Highly recommended for the plug-and-play nature of this kit.

    Result is nice and tidy (although my engine bay could use a detailing):

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    Used FORscan to disable my TPMS, shift indicator, and change some Sync 3 settings - boot animation is now ST/Ford Performance (why wasn't it like this to begin with?), SiriusXM is gone, and a couple of other minor tweaks not worth mentioning.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krug View Post
    Used FORscan to disable my TPMS, shift indicator, and change some Sync 3 settings - boot animation is now ST/Ford Performance (why wasn't it like this to begin with?), SiriusXM is gone, and a couple of other minor tweaks not worth mentioning.
    What was the sequence/process for disabling the shift indicator?
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    Quote Originally Posted by TDavis View Post
    What was the sequence/process for disabling the shift indicator?
    Start the engine, ensure that FORscan is communicating with your OBD adapter and is fully loaded.
    Click the microchip icon (Configuration and Programming, I think?)
    Look for the "IPC (Central Configuration) Main" module. Select it and click the "Play" button on the bottom of FORscan.
    Look for the "Shift Indication" entry (there is a filter on the top-right of FORscan that can help) and open it.
    Change the value to "Without shift indication" and click OK
    Click the "Write" button to save this setting

    At various points FORscan will give you prompts to cycle the ignition, or to put the car in accessory power mode only. I don't remember when these prompts occur, but just follow them as they come and you'll be fine.

    The same process applies to the TPMS system, except you select "Tire Pressure Monitoring System" instead of "Shift Indication." I disabled mine because I check my tire pressures regularly and don't plan on buying TPMS sensors going forward.

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    Just purchased my winter tire setup. 15" base model steel wheels and 185/60R15 Nokian Hakkapeliitta R2s. Michigan roads mean I need the tall sidewalls. Since I disabled my TPMS I picked up some normal valve stems and the wheels are currently being mounted and balanced at a local shop so I can install them later.

    As I posted in another thread, I recently disposed of the shoddy brackets that came with my Rally Armor mudflaps and made my own out of 3/4" x 1/8" aluminum flat bar which I then painted with self-etching primer and black enamel.




 

 
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