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It is taking a long time to get superchargers. We have one in stock ready to ship. The customer who ordered it canceled at the last minute because of the wait time. But now we have it and it's ready to go!
Whipple kit Truck/SUV - 2004-2006 4.8L/5.3L/6.0L.
Here is the link to it on our website.
Hello Everyone! Before I get started I want to thank anyone in advanced who responds with pertinent information.
I'm looking for a replacement exhaust system for my 09 Silverado 6.2L 4x4 Crew Cab/Short Bed. My current system has lots of rust (living in MD, they heavily salt & brine the roads here) and has sprung an exhaust leak right behind the muffler on one of the pipes.
I've been searching around (thought it would be easy to find a system) but have not had luck in finding what I have been searching for. There are plenty of systems for 5.3L & 6.0L motors but scant any for 6.2L.
On my truck currently is an aftermarket cat back system that was there when I bought the truck (not sure which brand.) It is a single in / dual out muffler with dual pipes going out the bumper.
What is the factory flange diameter at the end of the factory Y pipe? I'm seeing conflicting information (this will help me determine what muffler to buy if I piece meal a system together)
If you have any suggested systems, here's what I'm looking for
Material: 304L Stainless Steel
Configuration: Dual exit at rear bumper
I'd consider a long tube header setup w/ high flow cats as well (I would like to maintain all emissions equipment) any suggestions there are also welcome.
I can always get a quote from a shop but I wanted to shop around first before I did that.
Hello everyone. My first time here. I have a 2021 Sierra AT4 with the 6.2L. I have started to notice a noise when towing our boat that weighs about 6,000lbs. Several times during the trip to and from the lake I hear a rumbling sound that last like 2-4 sec. almost sounds like it can be a jake brake or hitting rumble strips on road. I hit no strips. I can’t recall if it happens on downshift or what. But it does concern me. I drove home from work today with our towing and put it in tow haul mode. It made the noise 3 times in 45 min drive. Any ideas what I’m dealing with? Would it be a bad clutch issue or is this normal? I do have the performance GM installed exhaust and performance GM installed air intake. I called dealer today and they said bring it by and they MIGHT have time to get to it next week. I planned to hit the lake this weekend for Labor Day. Thanks.
I've been watching the developments on superchargers and tuning since i have first driven my 2019 6.2. Not because it needs more, but because i want more.
Either Whipple or ProCharger. I know there are pros and cons. What i havent decided is what other upgrades are needed. I like to make things as bulletproof as possible. What engine upgrades, driveline, etc are suggested? Please be as specific as possible. Id like to avoid pulling the motor, but everything else is fair game.
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