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dieselfan1's 2018 Silverado build


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Got some exhaust work done. 

Swapped the Borla S type muffler for a Flowmaster super 10. It's quite a bit louder but not too loud. Perfect.

Here's a 2 second sound clip cold start.

That's the biggest video I can upload 

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Ordered some tow mirrors. 

Boost auto. Chrome of course. Should be here in a few days .

I also got the harness for fog lights on with high beams for 20 bucks

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On 8/3/2021 at 9:47 PM, Grumpy Bear said:

Okay you have about $400 left of that budget. See that envelope on the counter with my address on it?

 

:rollin:

How about another bottle of that Meguiars Ceramic you like ?

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My next post here will be a recap of everything I've done to the truck since it was new.

That will be a long post.

BTW just turned 55,000 miles on it. 30,000 of that lifted.

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Here we go...

Day one I bought a roll up tonneau and some mud flaps.The mud flaps are on the shelf currently. Katzkins leather seats.. Sylvania LED cargo, reverse and license plate lights. Go Rhino Stainless steel steps and bed rails.

 Bedrug was next. Lloyd's carpet floor mats.

AVS Aerosheild.

Shorter antenna. Borla catback exhaust. 

Mcgaughys lift 9"

Kryptonite UCA's

1" rear shackle lift

37" Nitto Ridge grapplers .

20x10 -19 Scorpion SC29 wheels.

Superchips Flashpaq F5 tuner.

Stahl 1" steel spacers for rear.

Longhorn Fab Shop 72" Traction Bars.

GM/Kicker 200w powered subwoofer with 200w Amp for door speakers with stock head unit.

Kicker 6"x9" and 6.75" CS series door speakers.  Kenwood 2.75" dash speakers.

Sold 37s and installed a 1.5" Zone body lift and 38x13.50 Nitto Trail Grapplers. 

Swapped the Borla muffler for a Flowmaster Super 10.

Painted brake calipers red. 

PLM rear differential cover.

Swapped out front door speakers to Kicker KS series 6"x9" 3 ways with crossover. 

Boost Auto Parts Tow Mirrors. 

Im sure I forgot some of the small stuff.

That's where it's at today.

 

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On 5/9/2020 at 12:13 PM, CamGTP said:

Sad thing is, those handheld tuners don't really even change that much because they are just pre-built calibrations very specific changes to get a desired outcome.

 

They can help but still so much could be done if they were able to go in and change things after each specific gear change. Like shift speed/timing, pressures, on-coming clutch pressure presets, torque converter lockup settings.

 

 

Hey @CamGTP would something like the FlashPaq allow me to better tune the shifting? So that I'm not putting in a new transmission again, anytime soon?

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