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  1. I have a set of 22x12, 305/40/22 which is a 32x12 on just a 2" level in the front. There is a little bit of rub on the mud flap, but a simple trim solved the issue. I would think a 3.5" level would clear with a little rub.
  2. 2019 Silverado LT. 22x12 Hostile Sprockets on Nitto 420V (305x40x22). I did not need spacers and they rub a little on the mud flaps. Trimmed them, problem solved.
  3. I had them on my 2019. They are built really well, but I did not like the look. I ended up selling them.
  4. I have the 5.3 without the factory exhaust (LT). The fit and finish were excellent, I had zero issues getting it installed. I have the DFM so it does sound weird once in awhile when it is messing with cylinder deactivation. Sometimes it sounds like it has a cam lope when cruising around at slow speeds. Other than that, I like it a lot.
  5. Thanks for the input everyone... Personally, I would say the Volant and Roto-Fab look equally good in their own way. I would say the Volant looks more off-road and the Roto-Fab looks more street if that makes sense. I was looking for a CAI simply because I picked up a Gibson exhaust and wanted to compliment it with a CAI. I think we all know that a CAI and cat back may give a little bump in power, but in reality it's negligible without a tune. I was more interested in fit and finish as I have a list of other things I want to purchase, so if I can save a couple hundred bucks and still get a quality product, I am ok with losing a couple HP from "the best". When I had my SS, and was trying to get every last HP out if it, I went with the Roto-Fab. That car also had headers, cam, tune, so it made sense. I am still not sure if it's worth the extra cash to me, but it's good to hear what others think and their opinions. Just curious Billet, any reason you went with the red dry filter over the power core? Was it just to save some coin? I don't really know anything about the power core except from what I read on Volant's website. Thanks!
  6. Just curious if anyone has installed the Volant CAI for the 19 and up Silverado/Sierra? I am trying to decide if it worth saving some coin and purchasing that one instead of the Rotofab. I had a Rotofab in my 2014 SS Sedan and really liked it, but just don't know if it is worth the extra cost that could be going to something else.
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