2017 Silverado Double Cab Z71 4x4 5.3, 3.42 gears, stock 265/65/R18 wheels, 6 speed, full street weight, 5400lbs with me in it, and only mods are Airaid MIT, K&N drop in filter, Black Widow 250 muffler swap, and a Klug Performance e85 tune.
Yeah I have known him for 14 year now. Nice to have a buddy who is a tuner. He is able to remote tune and the best way to get in touch with him is via his Klug Performance Facebook page. We really don't have access to a dyno in this area to show wheel HP gains but he can show crank HP gains via the air flow rates on HP Tuners. For my truck started at the stock 355hp and on 93 with the Airaid MIT, K&N drop in filter and a muffler swap was right around 385-390hp. On e85 same mods truck was showing right around 400-405hp. The pictures below show the the gains at the track. I just have the one 93 time slip and the rest was on e85.
Gorske replied to Gorske's topic in 2014 / 2015 / 2016 / 2017 / 2018 Silverado & Sierra Accessories & ModificationsI'm loving them so far as well. Made a few long distance trips since switching and still rides great for me. They hook great at the track as well.
Klug Performance has done 2 NA 2014+ GM trucks running meth. He also runs meth on his personal GM vehicle. If you have a 2016 or older its only 250 dollars for the tune, 2017 or newer 500 for the tune.
Here are the three setups I had on my 4.3 Hope this helps. Magnaflow single in duel out. Warm Start and Revs. Magnaflow single in duel out take off. Magnaflow single in duel out. Warm Start Revs. Magnaflow single in duel out Cold Start. Magnaflow single in/ duel out interior sound. Spintech 6000 single in/out. Cold Start and Revs. Spintech 6000 single in/out take off. Spintech 6000 single in/out interior sound
That is true about the salesman, but I did check out his truck and they seemed to not wear down as fast as other ATs I've seen. I got all 4 mounted, balanced, and with the extra road hazard for 615 vs the 875 they wanted for Duratracs which were my first option till they showed me the Wildpeak AT3.
Gorske posted a topic in 2014 / 2015 / 2016 / 2017 / 2018 Silverado & Sierra Accessories & ModificationsI don't like how my truck being a Z71 GMs Off-Road package comes with All-Season tires. I ended up upgrading to Falken Wildpeak AT3 tires stock size 265/65R18. I like the tires so far. Ride quality is still good, good in mud, good in sand, good in the rain, and now just waiting for the snow to fall to see how they do in that. They look a lot better than the stock tires as well. Just wondering if anyone else is using these tires and see if there has been any issues so far.
I have a 2017 Silverado Z71 Double cab 4x4, 6 Speed, 5.3, 3.42 gears, and this is what mine ran stock before the tune. Here are my best times with the mods on e85. Hoping to get some more 93 octane passes in before the track closes for the year.
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