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  1. Cold Air and Exhaust

    I know you asked about a cold air intake and a muffler together but this was pretty interesting to see. A real before and after with a cold air intake without the truck leaving the dyno. Skip to 8:10 to see actual runs Sent from my SM-G960U using Tapatalk
  2. It looks great, I say yay. Sent from my SM-G960U using Tapatalk
  3. No cutting required. Sent from my SM-G960U using Tapatalk
  4. MSD Superconductor wires

    I know your not hating on anyone and I appreciate that. But I want to make it very clear that I bought these wires with the intention of sprucing up my engine bay and because I wanted to perform a tune up. I never had the intention of trying to state these wires would add some kind of advantage in performance by posting those pictures. People have shown interest in other threads about what the actual difference between stock and aftermarket wires would be when it comes to resistance so I thought I'd throw my findings out there without any implication of which is better. It was merely a recording of results without any drawn conclusions. Also I should have been more clear when I stated that my truck is running smoother that I also changed my spark plugs at the time of changing to these wires. So any change I did feel was probably a combination of the new wires and spark plugs, but if I had to put my money on what possibly made the truck run smoother it would be the latter of the two.
  5. MSD Superconductor wires

    That's a pretty impressive gain for only coils and wires. I'm guessing the coils contribute the most to the HP gain? Sent from my SM-G950U using Tapatalk
  6. MSD Superconductor wires

    Your right I did make a comparison between the resistance of the two wires but never stated one was better than the other. It was purely a test I performed out of boredom while waiting for my engine to cool down to replace spark plugs and wires. And you must be an expert then since your telling me what you said is absolute truth. Other people on this thread have differing opinions from yours but yet I should just accept yours as truth? Excuse me as I go back to my former and blissfully ignorant state of enjoying the looks of my new MSD wires. Your name is pretty damn fitting by the way lol Sent from my SM-G950U using Tapatalk
  7. MSD Superconductor wires

    I know. Even after I stated they were primarily for looks the "experts" still roll in and tell me there's no benefit to them lol. Sent from my SM-G950U using Tapatalk
  8. MSD Superconductor wires

    As I stated before I bought these wires because I like the way they look and they're only $20 more than stock wires. I'll spend twenty extra bucks for the looks and a more stout build quality that I know will last longer. As for the truck idling smoother I never said it was solely because of these wires, just something I noticed right away after the wire and spark plug change so it could have been one of the two or a combination of both. Sent from my SM-G950U using Tapatalk
  9. MSD Superconductor wires

    I immediately noticed mine runs smoother also and thanks! Sent from my SM-G950U using Tapatalk
  10. MSD Superconductor wires

    Thanks for the tangent. I never claimed these wires were a performance upgrade or had any kind of benefit. I bought these wires because of how well they are built and because they're "boutique" as you put it. I think they look good. I've seen other posts where people wondered about the resistance difference between stock and aftermarket wires so I was showing my personal findings. Sent from my SM-G950U using Tapatalk
  11. MSD Superconductor wires

    I'll get pictures of them installed once I'm all done, I thought people might find this interesting. Sent from my SM-G950U using Tapatalk
  12. As I'm waiting for my engine to cool down to replace my spark plugs I decided to compare the resistance of our stock wires compared to the MSD Superconductor wires and here's the results: Stock wires are around 2,000 ohms and MSD wires are around 60 ohms. Sent from my SM-G950U using Tapatalk
  13. Catch can question

    Thanks Steve, thought that's how it went but wanted to be sure. Sent from my SM-G950U using Tapatalk
  14. I'm making up my own catch can and will be installing soon. I need some help on which hose goes to the inlet of the can and where the outlet goes. I knew this a few months ago but have since forgotten. If somebody could post a picture of where they go that would be great! Sent from my SM-G950U using Tapatalk
  15. So I'm pretty certain I've figured out my problem but wanted some input first. My truck has barely been starting lately and I've had to use my jump box a handful of times to get the truck started. I thought it was the battery and then noticed on the way home from work the other day my voltage gauge was reading low and since I have a trinity tuner I set up a real time voltage gauge and on my 20 minute drive home the peak voltage in my system never went above 12.5...No bueno. So my question is if this is just a standard alternator with an independent voltage regulator built in or if it communicates with the computer in the truck and maybe the computer is telling it to only put out that voltage for some reason. I just want to make sure before I buy a new alternator. Sent from my SM-G950U using Tapatalk
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