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Denali_King

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About Denali_King

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  • Birthday 07/08/1983

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  • Name
    Mike King
  • Location
    Ankeny, IA
  • Gender
    Male
  • Drives
    2017 GMC Sierra Denali 6.2l

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  1. MSD LT1 intake manifold

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  2. Mine aren't standard anymore. Mine was an ultimate that came with the chrome inserts. I tore the wheels down and painted them a darker charcoal and blacked the inserts. I'll have to take a pic when it's clean.
  3. 6.2L Throttle Body Upgrade

    Made a gasket. Tb is on the truck so no I can't measure it. I have $450 in this tb.
  4. Looks really similar to mine.
  5. 6.2L Throttle Body Upgrade

    I did a ported 95mm for the new ZR1 LT5 and ported L86 intake (along with headers with cats, flex fuel sensor, and flex fuel tuning). I also have a AFE momentum gt cai but cut the step down off so it match the tb inlet. Nice upgrades!!
  6. Thanks!! He's pretty pumped!!!
  7. Little project I just finished for my brother. Will get side pics next time I see him.
  8. MSD LT1 intake manifold

    Ported MSD LT1 intake with bolts, valley foam, side covers, belt, and pulley to convert L83 and L86 trucks. I smoothed the ugly script off the top. Retextured and painted it as well as the side covers. $1350 shipped to lower 48. Buyer pays PayPal fees
  9. Another window trim

    You probably broke all of the clips. Very common. They are a 1 time clip. I've taken a ton of them off (body man) and almost all of them have broke. Very brittle hard plastic. You can purchase the clips separately from your GM dealer.
  10. Not enough to go back to manifolds. I thought about putting the 3rd cat back on but more work than it's worth and probably lose some power.
  11. I don't want a cat back. It's nice and quiet running down the highway. Headers are for more performance and the stock exhaust flows pretty well. Didn't get to see mine dynoed (was on vacation and wasn't able to be there) or hear it for that matter.
  12. I have the same setup on my 6.2 and I would describe it as raspy. More rpm dependant. I feel (I have watched the tach many times) if it shifts after 2500 and under 3500 it is definitely more noticeable. Wot sounds fine. I don't know if it would be as noticeable with a 5.3 or not as it has a smaller exhaust system. Turn up the tunes lol. I think the stock exhaust is obviously the cause. My brothers 15 6.2 doesn't sound like that and his has a MBRP catback without headers.
  13. 3M Cavity Wax Plus. The long straw kit helps alot.
  14. Painting the inner would be a pita no question. If I were to do the inner I would have it blasted just enough to ruff up the chrome for good adhesion, then run a red scotch brite over everthing, and go directly to spraying. Multistage wet on wet process. Etch prime, black sealer, color, and then clear with flex additive to help with rock chips.
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