2021 Trackhawk, 2020 GT500, 2020 F250
My Trackhawk is back from the upfitter with black roof and now is in JS.
IThanks! such a long saga behind ordering a new one! I bought an 18 used from a dealership billet grey fully loaded in Raleigh. Drove it home with a dealer tag. Took it back for emissions/ inspection. Fail. O2 sensor! tried for 500 Miles and every trick in the book to cycle reset. No go. Long ish story short, they bought it back, and ordered me a new one for invoice. Only option I had to have
Was the upgrade on the stereo. Cause that was badass, the only other thing I needed is what’s under the hood. ( duh) I picked the mono grey color “sting grey”
91k out the door.
not a bad deal. Paid 84k for the used 18!
I work in one of those clean rooms, wearing the silly outfit. As the video mentions, the process is almost completely automated. I work on some of the machines mentioned/pictures in the video. I actually supported the Global Foundries factory here in America (upstate NY) about 8 years ago. I’m basically a mechanic for these large machines, some the size of a large U-haul truck. I work for a manufacturer of capital equipment (the machines) used in the semiconductor manufacturing industry. I act as an expert and go between the customer and our factories in Japan. The customer has their own people that do the day to day maintenance and light troubleshooting but they call me in when they cannot figure out a problem or they need an answer directly from our factory. I’ve worked for or supported all the big manufacturers in America over my career like Global Foundries, Intel, Samsung, Micron and Texas Instruments.Lil Hemi: Very informative and interesting. Answers a lot of my questions. Thanks for posting!
What part of the process are you involved with?