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Houseopayne

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    Ryan
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    St. Louis
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    2016 Silverado crew cab LT-Z71 4x4

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  1. So I have these factory 22's on the 16 silverado 1500 4x4 z71 lt, and put the readylift 2.25" on the front. I'll be damned it looks pretty good but I really want a more aggressive looking tire and one that fills up the wheel well and gives me even more ride height. I've read and read these posts and it's exhausting to scroll through them all looking for options I have. Does anyone run a taller beefier tire that gives them a taller ride height and can fit on the factory 22" wheels? Again I know the 2.25" ready lift level kit should help but I'd like to hear from someone with experience and see some pictures. Thanks in advance guys!! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. I want to upgrade the speakers in my 2016 silverado 1500 crew cab. I've found the Alpine pss-31 gm full speaker replacement upgrade system and it's a direct fit with amp and sub. Does anyone have experience with this system? I have the none-bose system currently. If you don't have experience but know of a great direct fit replacement system sub or no sub can you please share your specs and description? How is it? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. So I got the 2.25" ready lift put on and I am very pleased. I'd say my truck is done for now. Before I go bigger on tires I'll upgrade the stereo as the stock speakers are a joke [emoji20] Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. If anyone wants to hear the spintech 6000 or the qtp cutout and the videos won't loud I can't email them to you. Just let me know A quick side note...... Either I was still half asleep or having a wet road with my cutout open made it 50% louder than when it's dry. I am an audio engineer by trade so it does make sense that the water on the road fills in the gaps in the concrete or asphalt creating a more flat surface for the sound to reflect evenly. Call me crazy but it definetly woke me up pretty good. God I love that thing!! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. The spintech 6000 was actually much more quiet than I anticipated. Then again I only have one in one out, but not loud enough for me. The tone is second to none. It sounds the best out of any I've heard. I am used to flowmaster original 40's. I liked the drone and the volume. The spintech 6000 seems about 25% more quiet and that's taking into consideration that it's only a single and my flowmasters were all duals. Overall it's a great sound but I wanted ridiculousness so I added the QTP cutout and now she screams at the push of a switch. I've got the best of both worlds. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. Ok so I have tapatalk now and don't like it but it is what it is. Here is my 2016 Silverado LT-Z71. It doesn't have all the technology like my old Dodge Charger rt Max AWD but it can haul my dirtbike and I love everything about it. I plan on putting a 2.25" level on the front. Those stock 22" wheels and the tires make for an already bumpy ride but I could care less. I like bouncing around and I like em loud. I currently have the tonneau soft cover, window shades, tinted windows, side steps,'black emblems, front good clear protectant film, line-x bed, spintech 6000 single in single out muffler in stock location, and my favorite mod of all is my QTP electronic cutout. It makes it roar. In V4 mode it sounds like a Harley Davidson, and shakes my teeth out of my face. Best mod ever!!!!! https://vimeo.com/178796578 that is the spintech 6000 at idle and revving This next video is the cutout open https://vimeo.com/178796661 If anyone has any questions just let me know. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. That is a beautiful truck!! Which model is that GMC, and do you have only a level kit and if so what size? Thanks in advance. I've been trying to upload pictures of my 16' Silverado but they are too big
  8. I've noticed mine bounces as well but only on concrete highways, when it is asphalt I have no issues. My buddy seems to think it's bc of the curve in the concrete sections and the length of the wheelbase on the truck along with the off road suspension. It creates a perfect storm for this bouncing crap. Have you noticed it on concrete highways only?
  9. Good god! I have no idea what to do now even though I read all this. I have a 2016 Silverado crew cab LT-Z71 and it came with the factory 22" wheels wrapped in P285/45r22. Here are my concerns: with adding a front only level kit. -is there a 2.25-2.5" level kit I should stay away from due to my 2016 aluminum control arms? -how do I know if I have aluminum control arms? - will the above 2" level kit prematurely wear out components? I would like to hear from someone who has the same model truck 4x4 with the 22" factory wheels and a 2.25 or 2.5" level kit front only. Thanks in advance.
  10. Ok, so I bought a single in 3" single out 3" centered Spintech 6000 muffler. It's on my 2016 Silverado crew cab 5.3. Everything is 3" pipe and single into the same stock location behind the rear wheel on the passenger side. My questions is this: If I decide to go dual exhaust is it possible to put a Y-pipe that is 3" to dual 2.5" right after the outlet to create duals? Has anyone ever done something like this or have insight they can share on why I shouldn't do this? I don't want to have to buy another muffler because I'm a cheap bastard. Thanks in advance for you helping a newbie.
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