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  1. Having bought these new myself, I can say that's a great deal! Sent from my Pixel 2 using Tapatalk
  2. When you find the recons you want, please share? Sent from my Pixel 2 using Tapatalk
  3. Hey! Thanks for that explanation! What is the difference between UPR and UPRproducts (dot) com? Separate companies? Any labor day promo codes to wait for? Thanks Sent from my Pixel 2 using Tapatalk
  4. Ok thank you, There are a few things I'm still hung up on. In no way am I trying to debate, it's just honest questions I can't shake: I get that you can see real results by simply watching the videos etc, and that the can actually works by collecting oil. But really, does it matter? It seems that all the moving parts, seated bevels on valves etc would remain clean. This just helps in keeping the surface areas (valve stems etc) from getting corroded/gunked up. The moisture that is collected in the colder months, couldn't that just as likely be the can itself? The same science that explains condensation in the crank and block could just as easily be applied to the metal cc, right? Sent from my Pixel 2 using Tapatalk
  5. Those look nice! I have a silver truck, and the ones I linked to have silver in them. Which I thought would be nice fit. But hard to find quality. The Spyder:s I linked to jumped $200 in price overnight. They were low $300's, and still are on Amazon. Sent from my Pixel 2 using Tapatalk
  6. Good point, maybe I should look for a 3 piece set, matching. Sent from my Pixel 2 using Tapatalk
  7. That would be great. . Realistically i probably won't get any till next month. I'm putting together a "wish list" of things to keep an eye on for sales etc. Tail lights are the hardest to find for some reason. Sent from my Pixel 2 using Tapatalk
  8. I have a 16 Sierra Crew with bulbs, would these fit? I'm looking on their site, but the wording is wierd. It looks like ONLY Silverado or GMC dually with factory led. Have a link, please? Sent from my Pixel 2 using Tapatalk
  9. I'm looking at these tail lights. The only reviews I can find are on Amazon, and I see a few that say they leak and consequently short out. Is there anything out there like these, but maybe better quality? https://www.jcwhitney.com/details/GMC/Sierra_1500/Spyder/Tail_Light/2016/SLE/8_Cyl_5-dot-3L/SP5080035.html Sent from my Pixel 2 using Tapatalk
  10. Ok thanks, The videos seem to be with oem hammerhead box. Although, I did find the picture diagram with the cai. Looks like one side goes from mit to clean side separator and the other gets plugged. How do you handle the needed extra length of hose to reach from mit to ccs? And all of this is mute if I go with single exit? Mit just goes/or stays in proper place? Sent from my Pixel 2 using Tapatalk
  11. Ok, it took me more than an hour to read this whole thread [emoji23] . I have a '16 Sierra , 5.3 with 18,500 miles. I recently modded to a new Cold air Inductions intake and new exhaust. My next move was certainly going to be a catch can, but I must say, this thread gives me pause. Well that, and I called my dealers service department to ask their opinion regarding warranty and catch cans, and he never even heard of a catch can??!! I have a few questions: 1. Is there an install video regarding ccs/ dual exit e2 with an aftermarket cai? All videos I see on YT are with oem hammerhead. And Is the threaded adapter included with cc? The reason I ask is because my cai has the valve cover leads as permanent. Meaning if the cc goes into valve covers, then I'll have 2 random hoses just hanging there (plugged off ,yes, but still sloppy looking) 2. Is the ccs the only reason I'd have to drill into the cai tube? Meaning dual exit, no ccs means no need to drill at throttle body. 3. The whistling/hissing: if I mount near brake fluid canister, does less hose mean less chance of noise and collapse? Would the upgraded braided hose negate this? 4. Can the hissing be heard clearly with the hood down? 5. Finally, this is mostly my daily driver with a child seat in the back of the crew cab [emoji1]. However, I plan on tuning it, and I like to go wot when getting on the highway. It's not a race car, and I don't drive it like one (mostly) So is a single exit Port good? Sent from my Pixel 2 using Tapatalk
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