While in the shop, the crew at Shocker Motorsports installed a ProCharger supercharger on the 5.4L. Equipped with an air-to-air intercooler, the ProCharger added some serious ponies to the mix, while the addition of a MagnaFlow 3-inch exhaust provided the rumble. Insuring the engine runs at peak performance, an Edge programmer was installed inside the cab. Yukon 4:88 gears were stuffed in both differentials and capped with ORU aluminum diff covers. With the truck running like a blue streak, Shocker delivered the F-150 back to Kyle at K-Daddyz Kustomz for a little splash of color.

Rolled into the paint booth, Kyle and his team, Dave, Mario, and Penga began getting the Ford ready. After ensuring the truck's body was nice and smooth, Kyle applied the DuPont Hot Hues paint. Two sets of monochromatic flames were masked off and applied to literally every panel of the Ford. Kyle's unique old-skool style is evident with the layout and flame pattern on this big rig. Ron Beam stepped in and pinstriped the flame licks, then the truck was covered in clear.

The crew at K-Daddyz finished off the look by adding a Lynx billet grille from Ryno Manufacturing, a SnugTop lid, and billet door handles. Providing rugged looks and off-road functionality, Warn supplied one of its new Trans4mer stainless steel grille guards, complete with Warn Powerguard Dual-Force compressor and winch, and in the rear an 8,000-pound Warn multi-mount hitch was slipped into the receiver. Now the Ford had a serious off-road-yet still very custom-appeal to it and Kyle was ready to make the truck shine inside, as well.