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Reviewed on December 12, 2022
I have now been on three trips with the 2023 Thor Sequence 20L and love it. There are some upgrades and cautions that new owners can easily learn by reading the numerous reviews and RV blogs on this specific model to make for the best experience. I will start with a couple shortcomings, first is the suspensio...
I have now been on three trips with the 2023 Thor Sequence 20L and love it. There are some upgrades and cautions that new owners can easily learn by reading the numerous reviews and RV blogs on this specific model to make for the best experience. I will start with a couple shortcomings, first is the suspension, so for around $500, you can add SUMO springs front and rear to existing suspension, which I highly recommend, making for a more stable driving experience at higher speeds and around turns and in higher crosswinds. The SUMO springs make a world of difference. I also recommend upgrading the factory speakers. RAM used the cheapest Chinese made speakers one could find, and they sound horrible. Invest in better speakers and greatly improve the sound quality of the factory system ( i love good radio sound while driving, and factory speakers are so bad, you will not want the radio on). I also recommend getting the small circle felt pads from a hardware store and put two on each cabinet door to eliminate any rattles. I also strategically placed two rubber round stick on picture frame bumpers on the glass cooktop 9away from the burners), again to prevent any rattles while driving. My coach is now very quiet traveling down any road. Another short coming of the RAM Promaster is the headlights and fog lights. I used the Juggernaut LED kits for both, and it made a huge improvement in nighttime driving plus the instructional video helps greatly. These are all do it yourself improvement projects that are very easy to do for the Thor Sequence. For cautions, I recommend you get a real sewer hose and mount it underneath the passenger side (inboard of running board) in a storage tube. The factory sewer hose is unusable and only has one end connector which you need two. I have purchased the Valterra 15' sewer hose, and 64" Valterra black sewer hose storage tube (AMAZON) and simply mounted it under the passenger side behind the running board with several heavy-duty zip ties. I have checked it frequently and all is well. I also recommend you use a water regulator so as to not blow out you're plumbing when you hook up to any water source. I also use an external 30-amp regulator for my electrical connection at RV parks, again to prevent any surges or damages to the electrical system. Follow this advice and it should help you stay safer, less problems and happier camper.