|11-21-2013, 08:48 AM||eBay Motors #2 (permalink)|
Join Date: Oct 2012
sound and performance only comes from DPF delete. FASS lift pump is a good start just for added filtration and less water in fuel.
2011 LTZ CCSB Z71 4x4,
H&S XRT Pro, 5in MBRP,
Banks Full Ram Air Intake (With Scoop Mod),
Alligator Resonator Delete
FASS 150 Lift Pump,
Isspro EV2 Factory Match Pyro and Boost, Edge CTS
Cobra 29 LT WX With Dual 4 ft Antennas,
Westin 3in Ultimate Bull Bar w/ KC HiLites
18x9 XD Riot Wheels/Nitto Trail Grapplers 285/65
Icon Stage 2 Leveling kit, 3/4in differential spacers,
Rancho Steering Stabilizer,
Firestone Ride Rite Airbags
Custom Tow Mirrors
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|11-21-2013, 08:53 AM||eBay Motors #3 (permalink)|
Join Date: Mar 2008
Tuning, exhaust and lift pump like mentioned above. Great setup and will get you the sound and performance you are after.
|11-21-2013, 11:41 PM||eBay Motors #4 (permalink)|
Join Date: Oct 2013
Location: Sherwood, OR
Sound-wise you'll get nothing different unless you delete the dpf. A dpf-back exhaust will be the biggest waste of money unless you absolutely hate the trumpet exhaust or plan on getting the rest of the turbo back soon. If I were you I'd do stuff like make sure all my fluids and filters are top notch, maybe stuff like a deep trans pan and/or bigger diff cover. Make your truck bulletproof. Trac bars, tie rod sleeves or new tie rods altogether. T case brace, pitman/idler brace, steering stabilizer, that kinda stuff.
2009 Silverado LMM, CC/SB, LTZ
Exterior: Nitto Trail Grapplers on KMC Misfits, Black Billet Grille, Black Bowtie, Debadged,
15% Tint, All-Lights-On Mod, Leveling Kit
Interior: Edge Insight CTS, Backup Camera, WeatherTech Floormats, 12 gauge, and a Black Lab
Performance: Straight Piped, EFILive by IdahoRob, DSP2, TransGo Jr., FASS Titanium 150, PCV Reroute, Nicktane w/ Donaldson W/S filter,
PPE Ported Fuel Fitting and Race Valve, Cognito 60" Trac Bars, Tie Rod Sleeves
|11-23-2013, 07:30 PM||eBay Motors #6 (permalink)|
Join Date: Nov 2012
Location: north dakota
Mbrp makes a 3" downpipe that keeps your 9th injector and all that. Ppe makes up pipes and manifolds that keep egr. S&b Intake. You can do pass side ic pipe with air horn that keeps the throttle body deal for egr and intake heater and a driver side ic pipe. All that can be done with no tunning and not completely voiding warrantee
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2013 gmc sierra 2500hd
t-rex technology resonator block, S&B cold air intake, 5" mbrp full dp back straight exhaust, mbrp 5-6" tip, diamond eye 3" downpipe, h&s xrt pro, fass150 titanium. nictane cat adapter,
t-rex pass side ic pipe and air horn, DRP driver side ic pipe, t-rex egr blocker. all egr system removed. pcv re route, ppe manifolds and up pipes
fuel throttle 20x10 wheels on 35x12.5's. zone shocks, ZONE 5" lift turned down for flat cvs.
cognito PISkit. rough country tie rod sleeves,
bds ladder traction bars, removed side mouldings.
mcc with MAXX effort 200 tune. made 532whp and 938ft lbs on alligators dyno
|11-23-2013, 09:40 PM||eBay Motors #7 (permalink)|
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Join Date: Nov 2013
Just got my smog done and they don't do much other than visual of smog equipment as well as any aftermarket additions and looking for any black smoke from tail pipe, yet the tester told me next year the are going to implement a ECU history test where he said if I were to leave everything stock and went to a stock tune I'd have to run that tune for a day or longer to pass provided I don't delete anything, just making it tougher for owners wanting more from their trucks.
My list starts with the Lift Pump, FASS 150, cat filter, deep tranny pan, mag hytek front and rear with fluid changes probably to Amsoil pro lend gear lube additive to both.
2011 Silverado 4x4 2500HD LTZ all stock for now, added a DeeZee Platnium Series tool box, husky mud flaps, wade floor liners and working on best route for more drivability here in west coast CA.
Last edited by BoostMe; 11-23-2013 at 09:45 PM.