Welcome to my build thread for a 2014 Ram 1500 Sport 2WD. As the name suggest I'm going to be installing a plethora of mods this month, all of which I've already purchased. Below the mod list is a short timeline of what I've been through with this truck as well as all the mods that were completed prior to this thread. Thanks for looking and happy modding!
Diablosport Tuner w/ HemiFever Tune
Magnaflow Dual Exhaust #16869 & Y Pipe
Billet Technology Catch Can
Bully's Performance 87mm Throttle Body
Suspension & Wheels:
Traxda 2 Spacer (Removing when the lift is installed)
CST 4" Spindle Lift & 1.5" Rear Spacers
Icon Vehicle Dynamics UCAs
Bilstein 4600 Front Shocks
Bilstein 5100 Rear Shocks
Fuel Octanes 20x9 1mm
Toyo A/T II 295/65r20
5000k HIDs ( Need to install a new set)
HIR1 High Beams
Honeycomb Grille Completed
Black Emblems Completed
Amp Research Powersteps
2500 Fender Flares Completed
LEDs in Hood Scoops
Weathertech Mats Completed
LED Map lights Completed
Infinity 3002cfx Dash Speakers
Infinity 9632cf Door Speakers
Kicker Soundgate 10" Sub
I purchased the truck in September of 2013. Here it is sitting nice and bone stock in my driveway.
Here is the truck in October after installing the following mods:
Fuel Octane 20x9 1mm Wheels with 275/60R20 Nitto Terra Grapplers
Led bulbs in the Interior, bed, and license plate lights
Debadged the Ram 1500 and Plasti dipped the rest
Then in November I got into an accident which caused a good amount of damage to the front end. Here is a picture of the truck in March after they swapped the frame, installed a Traxda 2" spacer and Toyo A/T II 295/65r20
This is the truck yesterday May 31st. The only part missing is a plug for the active shutters in the grill then its back in my hands. In this picture the shop installed a set of 2500 flares which I purchased on Ebay. I expect to have the truck back this week and immediately starting the modding!
Here is one of the hood scoops which I drilled out holes and installed 5mm LEDs into. I'm wiring these up to the wireless remote pictured below.