Going to turn this into my ownership thread/mods/general maintenance/future mod thread. Bought my 2013 PP SHO in May of 2018 with 54K on her. Car was bone stock, and owned by a 65 year old lady that bought it brand new. She traded it in on a 2018 GT 350. I took purchase and immediately started modifying the car. This is everything so far. Exterior: Tint, Rear End Leveled (Yes I cut the springs, they have since been replaced with H&R Springs), Full Paint Correction, Car Pro Ceramic Coat, Car Pro Gliss Top Coat, Trunk De-badged, Devires "Turbo Bull" Stickers Over Ford Emblems. Next Up: Color match all chrome trim pieces. Performance: AJPTurbo E30 Tune on a LiveWire TS (391 Hp and 470 TQ), Gearhead Upgraded Intercooler, 542 Plugs, K&N Drop In (stock air box), Vented BOV's, H&R Springs, Powerstop Rotors and Pads. Maintenance: PTU fluid was changed at 60K miles I went with Mobil One Gear Oil. This was replaced at 68K miles with Redline. RDU Fluid was replaced at 68K miles with Redline. Brake Fluid Flush (mine was red). Coolant and new T-Stat replaced at 69.5K miles. I change my oil every 3K miles religiously with Mobil One (buy it at Walmart, it is dirt cheap). O2's sensors changed at 69.5K miles. Misc Mods: Forscan hacked the Navigation System (turned it on), Added the Intelligent AWD Gauge. Future Plans: Turbo Replacement, HPFP, 20x9.5 Wheel and 275 Tire Combo, DP's with third cat replacement will round out the car. Trans Failure: At 68,xxx miles my trans failed. Trans Failure Update: After inspection, the snap ring on the 3-5-R drum decided to exit stage left. It failed and wiped out the trans. The good thing is there was not a wave disc failure. However, I am getting a new unit. New Trans Update: New trans is in the car. $4887.13 out the door with a 3 year/unlimited mileage warranty from Ford. Also, the trans shop was nice enough to change out the PTU and RDU fluids with Redline Lightweight Shockproof Fluid at 68,900 miles. At 70K miles I will follow this schedule until the car leaves my life. Mine is going to be a severe duty fluid cycle/change routine. Not a daily, but it has a E30 tune and will be driven VERY spirited as much as I can. Phoenix's heat wreaks havoc on cars and fluids, so an severe duty maintenance plans keep my mind at ease. Oil and Trans Fluids will be changed at the same time, along with the PTU and RDU. Oil: every 3k miles (Mobil 1 with either a Motorcraft or Mobil 1 filter) Trans Fluid: every 3k miles 5 quarts out, 5 new quarts in. (Mercon LV) Brake Fluid: every 10K miles. Changed at 69K PTU Fluid: every 15k miles (Redline Lightweight Shockproof Fluid) Changed at 69K. RDU Fluid: every 15k miles (Redline Lightweight Shockproof Fluid) Changed at 69K Coolant: Every Summer 40/60 blend and Winter 60/40 blend. T-Stat: Yearly. Changed at 69.5K This may seem over kill however it is not really expensive. I buy my oil and filter from Walmart. Mobil 1 is dirt cheap. Usually less then 40 bucks. A case of Mercon LV is pretty cheap on Amazon (68 bucks). Redline is cheap (18 bucks on Amazon for quart bottles). On to the GOALS tune only! I have a couple of goals I want to hit tune only. Tune only meaning stock intake and full stock exhaust, (K&N Drop In, Plugs, and AJPTurbo E30 tune) Goal #1: I want to break into the 12's full weight with a quarter tank of gas. I went 13.082 at 109.42. Sixty foot was a terrible 1.98. Temp was 92 degrees, and the DA was 4002.2 feet. My IAT's were in the 170's so it was hot. First time at the track, so trying to get her to launch in boost without pushing was a struggle for me. I will figure that it out, that was on me. Once the temp comes down, and we can getting the timing that is being pulled back, I realistically see a 12.7/12.8? What do you think? Goal: 12.7/12.8 @ 110 (tune only) Goal Update: She went 12.85 at 105.47 in 3700 feet D.A. in 96 degree heat. New hotter tune has gone in. Running 91 octane with Torco T85 mix for E30. I have a new number in my head. Sub 12.50 at 110. Goal Update: Track was trash, numerous oil downs. D.A. was 2900 feet and the temp was 78 degrees. Ending up running a 12.61 @109.23. Best MPH was 111.78 with a 12.66. Still warm with crap D.A. Still not leaving like I want it too. Once it gets "cold here" I will try again. Goal Update: Back to the track. Track was good, 58 degrees, 1200 D.A, Ended up running a 12.56 @108.98. With the new brakes, I was able to leave on 1 PSI of boost and she 60 footed 1.777! I did have an issue with a boost reference hose that was creating a boost leak. I will post all about it in here if you scroll down. Goal #2: I want to see if I can crack 400 awhp (tune only maybe if I have to use C20). I went to the dyno and in 105 degree heat with IAT's in the 170's again she cranked out 366 hp and 414 tq to the tires. Brad has even said, he has never see air temps that high in any other tune he was written. So in 60 degree air, timing that is being pulled, and maybe more boost (if Brad says its okay) do you think 400awhp is attainable? I WAS NOT ABLE TO OBTAIN THIS GOAL. First Dyno Session: 366 HP and 414 TQ 105 degree heat on pump E30 tune. Update: 391 HP and 470 TQ on 91 octane with Torco T85 E30 mix in 90 degree heat. Just came up short. I am extremely happy with the results. Once again when it gets cooler I will strap her to the dyno and crack that 4oo AHWP tune only mark. Since my SHO is starting down the road of bolt ons I want to adjust the goals. New Bolt On Goals Bolt On Track Goal #1: I want to run in the 11's at full weight with a quarter tank of fuel at all times. That means zero weight reduction! My car has already cut a 1.77 sixty foot tune only! That should get better with the H&R springs and bolt on's in the future. Update: Went back to the dyno. She cranked out 388 hp and 468 tq again. I am having boost issues. So I will delve into them over the next couple of weeks. Update: Seems the turbos are tired and the new IC has made it worse. Looking into replacing the stock turbos with new units or rebuild them with billet wheels. Bolt On Power Goal #2: I want to crack 440 awhp and 530 tq with my AJPTurbo E30 tune, GH Intercooler, new turbos, and PPE Catless DP's. Further down the road I will install the Upgraded HPFP. Just food for thought.