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  1. My truck is wheelchair accessible and in order to do that conversion they lower the floor 6 inches using nothing but flat plate and no sound insulation. I've had headers on normal trucks before my accident and was prepared for an increase in noise but because all those flat plates reverberate so much more sound it was annoying to me and It made the listening experience from the cab worse. My tuner who installs those headers all the time says he's never seen that phenomenon happened to that extent. This is one modification that just doesn't make sense for my specific application, I found out the hard way. My loss can be your gain.
  2. Unfortunately not, it looks like the ones you need are a different part number: GM62-07178300LSWC GM Truck 6.2L 2007-2008 Long System
  3. Bump! price drop! NOW: $1,200. For a $1,775 set of headers guys. You will not find a better deal!! Message me for more details.
  4. American Racing Headers Part number :GM62-14178300LSWC GM Truck 6.2L 2014-2019 Long System These have 150 miles on them. Like new! Cost $1,775 new. Passing a smoking deal on to you. Comes with all components originally sold as a kit from American Racing. ARH long tube headers long system for the 2014-2016 Chevy/GM Truck 6.2L features 304 stainless steel, 1-7/8" primaries, 3" merge collectors, and all the necessary hardware and gaskets for a bolt-on installation. The 2014 & Up GM Truck 6.2L ARH long systems were designed to bolt-on to your factory axle-back or any aftermarket axle-back. Some modification may be required. The American Racing headers require a crossover y-pipe assembly and have converters. Using the catted crossover pipe cause very little restriction and they help to control emissions. Product features on this system includes: 100% Made in the USA - Never Outsourced Made entirely of 304 stainless steel 3/8" thick laser-cut flanges for a warp-free seal Hand-ported TIG welded inlets Optimized primary tube routing for superior fit and performance Merge collectors with scavenger spikes Catted systems feature 200 cell metallic substrate catalytic converters for extreme durability
  5. I'm looking for recommendations for cheap steel 18x10,11or12 6x5.5 [6x139.7] bolt pattern wheels for my 2014 Silverado to mount some hoosier racing slicks to. Slicks Link: https://www.summitracing.com/parts/hoo-17343dr2 Not wanting 17's as the closest height slick to my stock tire only comes in an 18'' slick and requires between a 10 and 12 inch wide rim. Serious replies only please.
  6. It's had every factory recommended oil change and OEM synthetic oil done at my local dealer. It's been every 5,000 miles and my "oil life" monitor has never dipped below 50%
  7. I put my Edelbrock Supercharger on at 40000 miles and with the supercharger tune it deactivated the active fuel management. So my lifters have been deactivated for the last five thousand miles and 2 of them have failed. I don't know whether deactivating them is causing the failure or if they inherently fail around 40 or 45 thousand miles. I just know that they no longer make any sense in my engine
  8. i've had two fail within 6 months of each other, 2nd one failed last night. 45k on the odometer. i'm installing a AFM delete kit asap.
  9. ok, so I didn't realize this but they are going to have to pull the transmission to check out TSB# PIP5157B. I wasn't prepared to leave the truck at the dealers at my last appointment so I've scheduled to have it done next week. it sound like this will be the fix for my issues. i'll keep this thread updated for those of you experiencing the same issues.
  10. I don't have the window sticker, it was lost to the company who did the wheelchair conversion. I have an appointment today to address the possible TSB #PIP5175B I will update afterwards and let it be known what I find out.
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