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2016 Silverado LTZ Z71.

OEM GM 20x9 +24 offset wheels. Clear coated PVD Black Chrome.

Nitto Terra Grappler G2 285/55-20.

Bilstein 5100 Ride Height Adjustable shocks on highest setting. No rubbing. No trimming.

 

 

Awesome man!

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2016 Silverado LTZ Z71.

OEM GM 20x9 +24 offset wheels. Clear coated PVD Black Chrome.

Nitto Terra Grappler G2 285/55-20.

Bilstein 5100 Ride Height Adjustable shocks on highest setting. No rubbing. No trimming.

 

 

 

Looks really good

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2016 Silverado LTZ Z71.

OEM GM 20x9 +24 offset wheels. Clear coated PVD Black Chrome.

Nitto Terra Grappler G2 285/55-20.

Bilstein 5100 Ride Height Adjustable shocks on highest setting. No rubbing. No trimming.

how you liking the tires? I caught between those and the KO2s

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how you liking the tires? I caught between those and the KO2s

I like them. They track straight and are just about as quiet as the stock tires.

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First nice day and first wash since I picked her up last weekend!

 

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Very Nice! Hey, can you get some pics looking straight at the back while focusing on the exhaust... thanks in advance

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Updated pics of Vera as she sits now. Sorry all I have is a cell phone camera.

 

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Love the work you did here bud.... VERY NICE! And od course, I love the color,,,

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Love the work you did here bud.... VERY NICE! And od course, I love the color,,,

Thanks! I had no idea what I was doing, I just wanted to get rid of chrome. Haha

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Here is my 2015 Chevrolet High Country with a 6.2L and a 2.9L Whipple Supercharger, Dow sized pulley from 4.325" to a 3.875", Custom Dyno Tune, 509rwhp and 499ft/lbs of torque, Borla Exhaust.

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Here is my 2015 Chevrolet High Country with a 6.2L and a 2.9L Whipple Supercharger, Dow sized pulley from 4.325" to a 3.875", Custom Dyno Tune, 509rwhp and 491ft/lbs of torque, Borla Exhaust.

Nice! How many lbs of boost? Also still on the stock fuel system?

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Thanks! Running around 9lbs of boost on stock fuel system as of right now

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Dang, those are some good #'s. I'm surprised HP exceeded TQ that much.

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Dang, those are some good #'s. I'm surprised HP exceeded TQ that much.

was a mistype should have been 499 ft/lbs but yes pulling some wicked numbers changing the pulley really made a huge difference. Still on the stock transmission and seems to be working well for now.

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Here is my 2015 Chevrolet High Country with a 6.2L and a 2.9L Whipple Supercharger, Dow sized pulley from 4.325" to a 3.875", Custom Dyno Tune, 509rwhp and 499ft/lbs of torque, Borla Exhaust.

Wow! That's a sharp truck, good power numbers to boot.

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Wow! That's a sharp truck, good power numbers to boot.

Thanks! ya very impressed I've always ran magnuson in the past will never go back. The whipple is awesome.

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