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  1. Negative. This is a 5.3 rcsb truck. This was a boosted cam swap with speed engineering headers through stock cat back exhaust. Didn’t have the 3.5” Mbrp on it before the dyno tuning. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. 372/365 with no correction factor through factory cat back exhaust. Can’t remember cam specs. It’s a BTR boost cam spec’d out by the shop that did the work. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. No real complaints with the headers at all for the price. I would upgrade the headers to y-pipe exhaust clamps. The ones that came with them had trouble sealing. I was going to order Texas speed headers and y pipe but at the time they were out of stock and had no eta on them. I only had a week to get all the go fast parts in so the shop could get my cam swap and bolt ons done while I was on vacation. Me being a Texas guy would have liked to support my Texas business but it just wouldn’t have worked for my time frame. I wouldn’t hesitate to use either one imo. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. Fits nicely. No complaints on the fitment of the headers or y pipe. Clamps are a little junky for y pipe. Headers sound a little thin and pingy imo. But for the price you can’t beat them and I plan on going Turbo later so I didn’t want to spend a crazy amount of money on headers. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. 5.3l with speed engineering longtubes and catless Y pipe though MBRP part# S5086AL Aluminum 3.5” exhaust. Y pipe came with the adapter to run the 6.2l 3.5” ball flange. I just had to order the 3.5” ball clamp and chop down one of the pipes to make it fit my 2018 RCSB z71. Truck is filthy in the video. First day in like a week it hasn’t rained. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. Copy that! Man I really appreciate the help and quick replies! You don’t see that much these days. Thank you! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. Sheet!!! I guess I shoulda looked at it more. Probably would have seen the springs were shorter than factory one. I was kinda in a hurry. How would you go about bringing it back up? Just add 4 rings on top of the single ring on them now that would make it a “factory ride height” and use the belltech coil? Or take that coil off and put factory on? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. That is correct Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. 18” from center of hub to lip of fender on front and 20.5” on rear. So the kit that got sent to me was the 987SP Which contained individual parts kits. P# 25004 Which is the lift/lowering struts, also in the big box was a pair of belltech coil springs. So I put together the new struts with the single 10mm spacer ring “see picture below on instructions for 2inch drop so you don’t have to search for it” and the new coil spring provided with factory spring isolator assembly up top. I wish they had one big instruction manual for the 987sp kit. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. Well got the belltech “2/4” drop on my 2018 reg cab z71. Followed directions on lowering the front which was the struts with spacers and new springs. Used only the bigger single spacer per directions and let’s just say it’s not a 2” inch drop more like 3-4”. I cant even pull over a parking spot curb without hitting front valance. Did the rear the same time as well. So I wasn’t aware of how low the front was yet. So flipped the axle on top of the spring. Knocked factory rear hangers off put belltechs hangers on in bottom 4 holes with their shackle which should be a 4” drop. Which I think really was a 4” drop it’s just the front was so low it made the rake look ridiculous. So put factory shackles on it to give it a 5” drop which helped out with the stupid rake. Also I had to cut tailpipe off because leaf springs would be right in the way of its factory exit location. Any else have to do that to the exhaust? Factory ride height “2”/4”” drop Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. Any know of any good shops around north Houston that can install a Belltech 2/4 lowering kit?
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