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  1. I’ve got aN extra summit white gmc all terrain bumper with sensor holes. It had a small dent in it. The body shop pushed it out but the paint cracked a little.
  2. there is no 89 tune, its either 87, 91 or 93. i installed the 87 flex advanced tune and I gotta say, its a totally different truck. i disabled DOD, increased throttle to 7%, firm shifts, adjusted tire size. ive had my 14 AT for 5 years. i love the truck but the thing that aggravated me was the throttle response. when driving at partial throttle, or going uphill, or going to pass, there was always a half second delay when punching it. y'all know what I'm talking about, that hesitation and then lunge once it kicked it, even feeling as tho it didn't know what gear it wanted to be in. now that's completely gone. response is immediate and strong. absolutely no hesitation. before, when driving on the interstate i always felt like i was giving it a lot of throttle, even feeling like it was working harder that it should be. today on my first interstate drive since the tune, i looked down and was going 85 with barely any throttle, AND it felt like there was tons more available. i know my mpg will suffer but its worth it. i like driving the truck again.
  3. just got my i2, here we have 87, 89, and 93 octane. i run the 89 octane, should i use the 87 or 89 tune?
  4. Could you tell a difference with the tune. I know it’s just a basic tune but was there a change in performance?
  5. bump, i must be lucky because mine doesn't move at that point. i have a 2014 AT with adjustable pedals. I do have some play and wiggle in mine but its where the sliding parts of the adjustment apparatus is. I have no movement at the firewall. mine actually has a black plastic piece behind that lower bolt part that holds it tight to the firewall. mine moves right to left about 3 mm. i cut some thick rubber and crammed it in between the 2 pieces causing it to not wiggle. i was disappointed to say the least. i was hoping for at least some flex at the firewall. i will say, after driving it for a week after doing this, it does drive better. Throttle response is much better.
  6. thanks, i emailed them yesterday with tons of questions. just figured somebody would have an estimate.
  7. about how much is that on top of the price for this?
  8. so if i buy this from you, i still have to pay them a license fee and tuning fee?
  9. Does this have a custom tune for your truck or is it the base tune? Pretty simple to use?
  10. Here is a pic of mine after the install. I’m running 295/60r20 in ridge grapplers, which run wider than other brands. I get a little rubbing on the liner, which I pulled back, and a little on the sway bar. Overall I’m very happy with the eibach setup. I have a tiny amount of rake, and the ride is much better imho.
  11. Damn 5000 for that. They can respray that tailgate and the bedliner. The gate looks like there is nothing other than paint damage. That plastic piece costs 50 bucks. I know because I replaced mine after leaving my tailgate down while towing my trailer. When i turned the crank hit the tailgate and damaged it quite a bit. I was able to get it repaired for a decent price. The tailgate alone costs 1000.
  12. lugs fit perfect in the pockets, use stock lugs to fasten these to the hub.
  13. they are 1 inch think. https://www.roughcountry.com/gm-leveling-lift-kit-1307.html?find=2014-gmc-sierra-1500-4wd-374092
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