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AJ Sullivan

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  1. Yes. All that I can think is that mine may have been a little off in one way, (I didn't check it before I installed the kit) and this one just moved it the other way, but still within spec. This does not mean that you can get away with not checking it, or that yours will do the same.
  2. First time that I ever noticed it was the first trip out to the ranch. Scared the crap out of me, thought I had a snake hissing at me under my truck for a second, then realized it sounded too mechanical. As has been said, fuel pump priming.
  3. I just did a Motofab 1.5". It was hell to get in on the first side, then I realized that there was a 3rd upper strut mount hidden back there with crap mounted to the stud that needed to be loosened to be able to move the strut around. Once I did that, it was a breeze to install. The other side took me 20 minutes. Mine gave me just a hair over 1.5", call it 1 5/8". I wanted a little rake, and that leaves me with just under 3/4". I am very pleased, and glad I only did 1.5" because my alignment was still within spec on all measurements. These pictures don't do it justice, this looks a ton better in person, zero noticeable ride difference.
  4. Anyone asking why LED 194s were not installed from the factory... they are not DOT approved lights. If you look at your packaging, it should say "For off road use only" somewhere, because they are not DOT approved for road use. Changed my LP lights out for Sylvania LEDs in about 5 minutes. Looks a billion times better.
  5. Edited: Decided to go with a Motofab 1.5" lower spacer. I still want a little rake for hauling. I had right at 2.25" of rake. Here is the result: just a little over 1.5" of measured increase, call it 1 5/8". This will still give me a little under 3/4" of rake. I am really happy with how it came out. Took it to be aligned and it was still within the acceptable range on every measurement. These pictures don't do the difference justice, it looks much better with a slightly more level stance. Great deal all the way around!
  6. So... on a 5.3 crew cab 4x4... what sort of top end numbers are you seeing / anticipating after the delete? I know that the 4x4 police tahoes are limited to 121, and the 2WD versions with the lowered suspension profile are up to 139. The main difference is the tires are rated for the speeds. I am guessing that there are some other upgrades that they do not put in the highlights section like a better balanced drive shaft. I'm just happy that my truck will outrun something that is limited to 98, and even most Fords are limited around 100. I use my truck as a Security Patrol vehicle, and as a body guard transport, so short bursts of 121 are certainly appealing.
  7. Mine stops at 112. Yes, I tested it. No, it was not on a “track”... it was on some empty divided highway in rural Texas.
  8. That is not what this unit does. What it does do is if you have the auto bright on, and it goes to bright mode, or if you manually turn on the brights, the fogs will come on too.
  9. Mine will do the same thing if I jump in it and start it up, dump it in reverse and start backing out of the garage or out of a parking space quickly. I am pretty high speed, so ain't nobody got time for waiting for the camera computer to boot up.
  10. I already looked into this, the answer is no, they just use their 0w-20 that is dexos1 spec.
  11. It has nearly 100k on it with zero issues... whereas my Sierra is knocking on the big 5,000 and has yet to prove itself that it won’t blow an oil line as has been mentioned in this thread. That is why I think that...
  12. What is that trim made out of... just plastic with a shiny coating on it, or is it aluminum or something?
  13. You can click on the correct one for your truck (in my case at the far bottom right)... but having watched all of the videos, I believe that the unit that they will send are all exactly the same for each model.
  14. https://boostautoparts.com/products/6hi There is a video on the product page. Do exactly what it says, exactly where is says to do it. The only tip that I can give you is that the horn relay (at least on mine) is also a brown wire with a white stripe, so make sure that you get the correct location, not only the correct wire color.
  15. Boost Auto Module arrived and installed. Works exactly as advertised in a 2019 Sierra 1500. Wires are exactly the same color and place as the install video instructs, zero changes, zero problems. It even works with a Speed Turtle 3.0 Flash Module in case anyone looks at this later.
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