Well, I've decided to spend the money and purchase a little quieter bang for my buck. I recently graduated college and decided a suppressor would be a nice way to reward myself. I've got my selection narrowed down to two but I'd like to hear some input from y'all to narrow it down to one. Both are 5.56 and will likely stay on my BCM most of the time. I don't have a use for any 30 cal cans seeing as how my only 30 cal is a vintage M1 Garand. Griffin Armament Recce 5- Average sound reduction, 35db 6.2" long 14.5oz in weight $645 from Silencer Shop Griffin is also running a promo that gets me an additional muzzle device with my purchase AAC 556-SD- Average sound reduction, 34db 6.7" long 18oz in weight $510 from Silencer Shop This one as a 51T ratcheting mount that I've heard mixed reviews with but I am a fan of the price Any and all opinions are welcome!
1) Yes, I am interested in accessorizing my truck. Nothing too crazy but I like to do a few subtle changes to make mine stand out from the crowd a little bit. My top priorities that I consider when choosing a product include price, quality and the reviews. 2) When shopping for an item, it is rare that I would sacrifice quality for cost. You get what you pay for. 3) No, I would not buy just on looks. If it has to look the part, it has to play the part in my opinion.
Z71Flowmaster replied to Z71Flowmaster's topic in Four wheelers, Dirt bikes, ATV, UTV, & Snowmobile ridingNo, it has been ridden maybe once over the last year for any period of time although I try to start it, let it idle for a bit and cruise up the street for a couple minutes to try and keep things in working order. The clutch feels fine when riding but I don't have enough experience to pinpoint exactly when and where things may go wrong. I suppose I should take it for a good ride one of these days and see if it helps, otherwise I feel some new parts are in my future. Thanks for the help!
Z71Flowmaster posted a topic in Four wheelers, Dirt bikes, ATV, UTV, & Snowmobile ridingSo I've got a 2002 YZ250f that I got from a family friend a couple years back. The bike had a 100% tear down and rebuild including the motor just before I picked it up. It ran great for the first year or so that I had it but just recently it started to lunge forward and stall itself when I drop it from neutral to first with the clutch pulled in all the way. I have to push the bike, hop on and complete my shift while still moving to avoid the stall. Likewise, I cannot stop whatsoever while in first gear or its also an instant stall. Adjusting the clutch cable on the handle bars doesn't do much if anything and a fresh oil change didn't help either. I haven't ridden much in the last yer so not sure if that may complicate things. Thoughts?
Z71Flowmaster posted a topic in 1999-2006 & 2007-2013 Chevrolet Silverado & GMC Sierra 1500I've seen several conflicting reports regarding the fluid capacities on both the front and rear differentials on my 07 Avalanche. The manual does a great job specifying the gear oil types but seems to be lacking the capacities part in the "fluids and capacities" section. Anyone have a good answer for me? I sure would appreciate it!
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Hey everyone! I've been wanting to throw on an LS6 Intake Manifold from a Corvette onto my 2002 5.3 Silverado. I was just wondering if there is anyone who has done this and if so what problems were faced. It sounds like the Vette manifold is slightly longer and there may be some issues with my current water pump. It sounds like an interesting project and a great learning experience. Again, if anyone has tried this, I would love to hear your stories and/or opinions. Thanks!
Hey guys, Ive got a 2002 silverado z71 extended cab with the 5.3 motor. Im looking to gain some power with a supercharger but not sure which direction to head in. If anyone knows of a good quality supercharger in the 4000 to 6000 dollar range that would be great! Its going to be used as a daily driver in potentially harsh winter conditions. Thanks for your help! -Eric
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