Look into the Autometer Dashlink. It plugs into your OBD port and bluetooth's to your phone. I use it to monitor timing, boost, intake temps and other stuff. It does all kinds of things. 140 bucks but by the time you install all the gauges or things to monitor what it does its not a bad deal.
It came with an 87mm and I swapped to an 81mm. I havent had to change anything on the fuel system yet. Not at the max for it it yet. Next year Im going to change some things and see how far I can go before swapping the fuel pump and injectors
MattM2485 posted a topic in 2014 / 2015 / 2016 / 2017 / 2018 Silverado & Sierra Accessories & ModificationsSomeone finally came out with a solid diff cover for our trucks.
My Kooks came with Cometic gaskets very similar to factory ones if not better. Also look into getting some Stage 8 fasteners that way you never have to worry about the bolts coming loose on the headers. They make them for the collector bolts as well.
MattM2485 posted a topic in 2014 / 2015 / 2016 / 2017 / 2018 Silverado & Sierra Accessories & ModificationsHas any one used this tailgate assist from DeeZee?
How many rings did you use on the front struts?
I have a 2wd so I dont know what the difference would be. Might have to contact McGaughy's.
Yessir, I bought the 34270 Kit
The kit I bought from McGaughys came with spindles and no upper a-arms. Fit perfect with stamped steel arms, no fitment or alignment issues. I didnt use lowering struts yet but am going to in a week or so to get the front down a little more.
Heres my new truck just lowered it this past weekend. Its a 2/4 drop right now with knuckles in the front and an axle flip in the rear. More mods to come in the next few weeks.
Has anyone used drop leafs to lower their truck? How did they ride?
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