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  1. Would you happen to have a picture of how you tied the booster into the system with a catch can? I'm guessing it's about as simple as using a tee in the line going into the catch can. Also did you need to install a check valve to keep the booster under vacuum or is there one already in it?
  2. I ditched the built in navigation and don't miss it at all. Google maps is much better so I didn't see any point in having both.
  3. It squats maybe a couple inches with that trailer. I thought about getting some kind of helpers until I found it doesn't squat that much. Of course yours may be different if you have more tongue weight. I don't know what the tongue weight is on mine, but it's pretty heavy. I'd expect a loaded car trailer or something will be heavier though.
  4. Mine has a 2.5" RC in the front and 2" MotoFab block in the rear. No helper springs or anything. Running LT305/55R20 tires.
  5. The guy I used knows the LT/DI stuff. He's also very responsive. Had very quick turn around getting files back to load after sending longs. He's also an HPTuners dealer.
  6. JTC Performance Tuning did mine remotely. He's in Amarillo now but Justin is an Oklahoma guy. He's a good dude and really knows his stuff. https://www.facebook.com/JTCPerformanceTuning/
  7. I don't know. Rock Auto looks to have them both available right now but there is a 2 day delay on the driver's side one. The stock has been in and out on them for a while.
  8. It can been done. All the info you need to know is here. https://www.gm-trucks.com/forums/topic/213775-replacing-20-hmi-module-with-25-hmi-module-to-add-carplayandroid-auto-to-2014-2015-silverado/
  9. It can be done, but the wiring is not there and you will need a different module and some programming.
  10. I've seen that one. The issue for me is still being able to use the catch can since it uses those ports.
  11. I'll have to look into it closer. I have a Mighty Mouse catch can on it now.
  12. 18" will fit as far as being big enough diameter to clear the caliper. The 19/20's still have an 18" wheel option. Hydroboost is awesome. I did that conversion on my 2003 along with the bigger brakes from the 14-18 trucks. Honestly though I don't think I would bother with it on my 14 with how it feels now after upgrading to the 19+ front brakes. I have considered ditching the vacuum pump if there was a good place to tap into the engine vacuum. I have V4 mode tuned out so I think the engine vacuum would be sufficient from what I've read.
  13. It would be a guess but I would assume some grinding on the outer hump of the caliper or a spacer will be needed with most OEM wheels before 2019. The new calipers bolt right to the existing spindles. The existing hoses can be used, but I chose to upgrade to SS braided.
  14. Looks like it's good for either. That would be about the only thing I could think of. I guess I'll install it and see what happens. I noticed that a couple of the aftermarket companies sell the same compressor model for either trucks or Suburban/Tahoes so I suspect it will work fine.
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