Transfer Flow Transforms F-150 into Ultimate Family Adventure Vehicle

Chico, CA (January 21, 2019) - Transfer Flow’s first project vehicle, “The Compass,” is a 2018 Ford F-150 Power Stroke diesel designed to be the ultimate family adventure vehicle. The Compass features Transfer Flow’s newly designed 50-gallon replacement tank, a custom 40-gallon fuel tank and tool box combination system, and all the creature comforts to make the journey as enjoyable as the destination for family memories that will last a lifetime.

The Compass is a sight to be seen with a vibrant full body wrap by CW Wraps, robust front and rear Vengeance bumpers by Fab Fours with a 20” LED light bar and Radiance Scene pod lights by Rigid Industries, and Rigid underbody lighting to illuminate the massive 35” Pro Comp Xtreme MT2 tires.

Built tough for adventuring through nearly any terrain, this F-150 Lariat has been upfitted with a Pro Comp 6” lift and large, durable Pro Comp tires that tread on pavement and dirt equally. The ride is smooth regardless of the conditions with the auto level compressor kit, air spring kit, and front and rear sway bars from Hellwig Products. Listen to the Power Stroke diesel purr with the Ford Performance DPF/SCR back exhaust with dual anodized black tips by Borla Exhaust.

Long drives become hassle-free with 90 gallons of fuel onboard and entertainment features only a touch away. The amusement continues wherever the destination may be with a built-in movie projector screen in the Transfer Flow tool box, plenty of storage space on the Yakima roof rack for adventure gear such as the Hobie kayaks displayed in the Ford Motor Co. booth at SEMA, and dual back seat touchscreen DVD players with gaming systems.


Transfer Flow, the leading manufacturer of premier American-made fuel systems, engineers and manufactures aftermarket fuel tank systems and vehicle accessories in Chico, California. Backed by a 6 year, unlimited mile warranty and industry-leading customer service, Transfer Flow fuel tanks are versatile for every need. For more information, please visit