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cpaul55

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About cpaul55

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  • Location
    IL
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    Male
  • Drives
    2015 Silverado Double Cab LTZ 6.2L
  1. No physical upgrades are required. The tunes will work with a stock truck or all the way up to heavily modified. You record a data log from a driving session with the tuner device (AutoCal), and pull the stock ecu and tranny maps. Email them those 3 files to them with whatever your goals are for the tune (remove speed limiter, firmer shifts, remove torque management, etc.) And they will email you back your new tune. You then upload your new tune to the truck. Its a very easy process.
  2. I did this all a few weeks ago but just now getting around to posting it. Installed a pair of ARH headers that i got from a member here along with new NGK spark plugs and MSD wires while I was in there. I then got a Magnaflow 12587 to 3" tips installed with a BBP tune. As of right now i think the MF 12587 is too quiet. Im fairly certain with this setup the engine noise/header noise is louder than the back end of the truck. Im leaning towards either a MF 14161 or a Jones 3535XL to a single 5" tip dumped after axle. The BBP tune is easily the best mod I've done so far. I highly recommend it to anyone that has any sort of shifting issue with the 8 speed tranny. It completely transformed how the truck drives and its much more enjoyable now.
  3. Do you have any pics of your setup?
  4. Did you buy the bezels by themselves or did you have to buy the whole headlight assembly?
  5. If you don't mind sharing, what's the part number for the headlight trim? I have chrome and would like to eventually switch them out to black.
  6. Put in an AEM dryflow filter and AIRAID intake tube in today. I also wedged a 1/2 long piece of a wooden shim under the metal throttle plate to keep it from flexing when pressing on the throttle. Throttle seems to be more responsive and feels better.
  7. I think this might be for a crew cab but it might get you started in the right direction. https://www.4wheelparts.com/p/tuffy-rear-underseat-lockbox-307-01/_/R-BHRQ-307-01
  8. WHY? 4-6-8

    I went from a 2005 5.3 4 speed to a 2015 6.2 8 speed and it's night and day difference. I put a 2500 lb pallet of material in the back and the truck barely noticed it.
  9. FS: K&N intake for 2014+ 6.2L

    Interested if sale falls through.
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