Here's a list, and some pictures of what I've done so far.
She's dropped 3 inches. I installed 3in blocks in the back, and took the torsion bolts out completely to let her settle down as far as she could in the front. Here's a comparison between a stock ST and my dropped one. Mine still looks rather tall because I have 285/60R17 wheels and tires.
She's also been tuned with an SCT XCalibrator 2 from Wayne Foy at Hypnotic Illusions Automotive in Georgia. Wayne happens to also be a site sponsor on the ST WebSite.
It's great because I can do burnouts like this one:
Explorer Express non functional (for now) hood scoop
HIDynamic.com 8K HID headlight conversion
Hella 500's on the safari bar,
Blue OPTX neon underbody kit,
One 10in and two 6in ultrabright blue neon tubes behind the grille crossbar,
Light-up Ford oval on the front
The back window control backlight glows red instead of green,
SilverStars in the parking lights,
two white 6in ultrabright neon tubes under the dash,
I have a beefed up rear sway bar from Explorer Express.
MAC cold air induction system
Flowmaster 40 with dual stainless tips,
Color matched front and rear bumper covers and ATS Designs custom running boards
Color matched entry keypad,
Street Scene Speed Grill
Painted SPORT TRAC badge with Mirage green/purple colorshifting background and silver letters and border (and a shameless advertisement for SCT, I'm REALLY happy with my XCal2),
Snuglid fiberglass tonneau cover
NX-01 tailgate badge,
Escape V6 emblems,
Side and rear Ventvisors,
Carbon Fiber APC Eurotails,
Tinted front windows
An integrated mini-ITX carPC with a custom molded-in 7in. Lilliput touchscreen in the center console courtesy of Ryan Eylander at Trac Customs running Frodoplayer and PowerDVD through the soundsystem, as well as a road atlas program all running on Windows XP. It also has a blue backlit plexiglass switchpanel with 4 covered toggle switches.
Newest on the list is my B&M ratcheting Star Shifter that replaced the stock column shifter.
It's still looking pretty rough, but it shifts to all gears, and ratchets like it's supposed to, and after this picture was taken, I added a new T handle with a button on it for my Overdrive. All at the expense of my only front cupholder. Who needs cupholders anyway?
An APC B/C fire extinguisher, mounted in the most ricer of places. After one of my foglight wires got hot and started smoking, I figured it wouldn't hurt to throw one in.
An overhead console from a 98 Explorer XLT
"Engine Start" red backlit push button where the cig lighter used to be. It actually starts the ST with the key in the On position. There's a project page on the Sport Trac WebSite on how to do this.
Green/Purple color shifting Mirage painted radio bezel and door pulls,
700W Power inverter,
Xplosive Sights Reverse indiglo gauges with dancing flames (Notice the tach is at 4K in NEUTRAL! Thanks Wayne!)
chrome wireloom kit and Mirage green/purple painted throttlebody cover, tooltray, and fuse box lid with silver lettering in the engine bay,
Sticker of a sexy anime girl (TRACgirl) next to the pulley decal,
Tsunami Voltmeter battery terminals
CB in the glovebox,
CB antenna on the roof,
Pioneer DEH-P2300 AM/FM/CD headunit,
Pioneer 200W 2 Channel Amp,
Jenson 10in Subwoofer in a Q-Logic enclosure. Eventually, I'll build a more elaborate and integrated enclosure in the back wall, but that's pretty low on the priority list right now.
Rage 208 17in. rims with custom SVT centercaps wrapped in Kumho Ecsta STX 285/60R17 rubber,
22 Communications Squadron patch decal on the windshield,
Matt Kenseth 17 NASCAR decal,
And the most important mod of all, "ST WebSite" sticker on the back window.
Here's the latest dyno graph results from June. Jade's putting 182.9 HP, 218.4 ft/lb torque on the ground. This'll be a good starting referance point to start figuring how I really want to up the numbers.
I still can't believe how differant she looked when I brought her home in Feb 2003.
We also did a photoshop based on my friend Jerry's ST to see how mine would turn out as time went on.
Not too bad!