I have a 18 6.2 sierra. I swapped the muffler for the XR-1, deleted the flapper and the resonator. Kept 3.5" pipe over the axle and dumped it about even with the spare tire. I absolutely love how it sounds. It is pretty loud outside the cab though. On cold start I can hear my garage door and house windows rattling from it. Once it warms up it's not too loud, but that cold start sounds like a race car almost haha.
YukonXL04 replied to Dersch's topic in 2014-2018 Silverado & Sierra ModsThat's strange, I'll have to do some measurements on my truck. Thought I had a 7ft door but my on star antenna is fairly close to hitting my door. I'm 6'2 and the top of my roof is over my head, and antenna is a few inches above that. Bone stock 6.2 CCSB 4x4 Z71 on stock 20s and stock tires.
Absolutely, they are bull ring brand. Here is the link to the 9pc kit I bought https://www.amazon.com/Bull-Ring-2007-2019-Silverado-Retractable-x/dp/B00TOUP7OQ/ref=mp_s_a_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1547063896&sr=8-3π=AC_SX236_SY340_FMwebp_QL65&keywords=bull+ring+tie+downs+chevy+silverado&dpPl=1&dpID=51aLUDRgMhL&ref=plSrch So far they are great, way better than the factory ones. The hook pulls out and clicks in place to you can hook to it. Then when your done just pop the hook back in and it protrudes way less than the factory hooks.
I have the deezee mat as well. Got it for roughly $80. Works great, definitely keeps loose items in place. Dont like how debris gets under it though. But I have a feeling debris will get underneath any of the bed mats or rugs
Built a 2" rear seat lift today. 2" square tubing 1/8" wall. 20-1/2"x1.5" bolts with lock washers and nuts. I welded the bolt so it acts just like the factory studs. Did have to cut about 1/2" off the factory seat studs so I could get my ratcheting wrench over the factory studs. If you lift the seat all the way up, you can fold the backrest down too. My purpose for this was to gain room for 2 big 8" subs, and I'll have some storage on the drivers side as well.
Oh I hear you. And when the time comes for me to do a whole system I still may go the nav tv route. That has optical out as well via toslink. I was reading up about it. Seems most on diyma are happy with it. Time will tell
Oh I know haha Yea, believe me I know. And seriously miss my last stereo. But I'm just not ready to do a whole teardown on a brand new truck. I'm thinking with just my subs I'll be content long enough to do my lift, tires, and custom tune
You nuts man... I have a 87 C20, no way would I go back to those horrible sealed beam halogen reflectors. I have a 18 SLT with the HID projectors. They have pretty good light output. Could it be better, yes. Is it worth the amount of work and money involved to retrofit new projectors, not really. I have a 04 yukon I added quad HID projectors, insane light output. Its brighter than most of your light bars, with better light distribution. And can light the service road off a 6 lane high way.
I tried just a muffler on my 6.2. Did a 3.5" borla xr-1 muffler. It was still stupid quiet. Just a smidge louder than stock. So I then deleted the resonator and it came alive. I say try the muffler delete first and see what happens.
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