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    2017 Silverado LT Z71

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  1. What if...

    The straight body line make all the difference in the 1st pic - MUCH better than the curve down through the front quarter panel/driver's door. Moving the side mirror off the door panel looks better too. Nicely done.
  2. CB Radio Install

    Very nicely done! Looks like it came OEM with the truck.
  3. Do you know what speakers he went with?
  4. LTZ led taillights problem

    I’ve been using Vled resistors with no problems. Maybe give them a shot... They are much more robust and barely even heat up.
  5. Driver Pillar Door Handle

    It’s really as easy as popping the old one off and bolting in the new one with the supplied bolts. Make sure the bottom is aligned correctly with the dash speaker cover first and the top will fall into place.
  6. Demuro - 2019 Review

    Have to agree with your first point. I only made it a minute through.
  7. 19' Silverado Double Cab

    Looks like a minivan with a bed to me...
  8. It is definitely throatier on acceleration. I haven't noticed any real power difference.
  9. Right now just the stock filter. I bought the Airaid Jr. kit and put the air tube on, but since I've only got 3k miles on the truck I figured I'd get a little more use out of the oem filter before putting in the Airaid dry filter.
  10. Yup. My brand new ‘17 was a victim of that.
  11. In the 2nd photo (with the foam), I cut out the smaller oval. There’s a formed pattern on the backside to follow and it lines up perfectly with an oval cutout inside the fender. Not a huge additional opening, but if it adds 10%(?) more air flow - why not?
  12. And here’s a shot of the inside of the fender... this was meant to be!
  13. Okay, this is an excellent (FREE) mod! Right up there with the accelerator paint stick and foglight/high beam resistor. The hardest part was removing and replacing the airbox. Other than that, took about 3 mins with a hole saw drill bit and jigsaw. Haven’t had a chance to drive it yet. Thanks guys!
  14. Anybody have pictures of their modified stock intake box/inlet?

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