Compression Ignition Addict
Join Date: Aug 2007
Location: New Martinsville, West Virginia
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Congrats on the new ride... nice truck!
Gauges!!! Not many here are fond of the Superchips, but as with any tunes, you need gauges ASAP, or pull the Superchips out untill you do. Any intake? I like the DIY intake/6637 filter, and you got the exhaust covered it seems... unless it's just a tip on the stock exhaust? If it's stock, straight pipe it... air flow in, air flow out, gauges to know what's going on, then a good tuner, I like DP Tuner, others like TS chips with tunes from Wildman, PHP, Beans, etc.
With little more than a leveling kit you can run 305's or 315's, I have 35's on my red truck at the moment, (had 285's in the sig pic) and have minor rubbing on the inner fender liner at the back of the opening, and had to trim the back edge of the front bumper... but my bumper is junk, so it took me longer to get the sawzall than it did to think about if I wanted to cut it up!
Again, nice truck, enjoy it!
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