npverhey1
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npverhey1

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    1. tlperry68
      tlperry68
      No I havent hit any of those trails yet but I have driven past them a few times.
    2. tlperry68
      tlperry68
      There are some good ones. I'd like to get up higher in the mountins but I think my truck is too big. We're going to take my buddies Jeep up there to see if mine will fit soon.
    3. Stealth
      Stealth
      Some thinkg black, with a single bar? or maybe something like a headache rack
    4. motoxxx857
      motoxxx857
      ya well he is parting it out he already sold the motor and front end kit
    5. motoxxx857
      motoxxx857
      whats up dude thanks lol ya its nice for a ford lol its got a h and m long travl kit in the front with fox 2.5 tripple bypass and coilovers in the front which cycle about 19 inchs of travel and deavers wit fox tripple bypass in the rear with about 22 inchs of travel but the truck is totaled now he ****ing ran into a huge ditch and bent the frame just 2 weeks ago
    6. Stealth
      Stealth
      That would be slick, with a quick disconnect for the electric. I think TRPLXL2 did something like that with her old truck if you look in her albums.
    7. tlperry68
      tlperry68
      Ah, I've been to Gorman a time or two. Hunting is allowed in the area, just away from the OHV guys. Looks like fun though. Do you ever hit anything in orange county?
    8. Stealth
      Stealth
      If i had the money to build my dream prerunner, i want to add a set of pop-up lights that would fold backwards so that they were flush with the roof of the cab. the dream for it is to all be stealthy, and yet able to do 100 in the desert no problem
    9. Stealth
      Stealth
      Man, i just when and saw the new pics of your front light setup and i really like it
    10. MWright936
      MWright936
      Yeah, you can adjust the speed limiter as well. Also adjust for bigger tires, aftermarket thermostat, and tune according to which type of gas you use. Worth every penny in my opinion. I found a good deal for mine on eBay.
    11. MWright936
      MWright936
      Definite improvement off the line, but, like I said, I already had an intake and exhaust. I'm not sure what kind of boosts you should expect from the programmer alone. It definitely can't hurt. You can also adjust rev limiters and shift points, but I haven't played with that stuff.
    12. npverhey1
      npverhey1
      how was off the line performance? it seems to me right now that my truck is a little slow, it pulls fine in the mid to high but it lags a little low
    13. MWright936
      MWright936
      Right off, I noticed improved throttle response and acceleration. With the programmer combined with my intake an exhaust, my truck hauls and gets 19-20 mpg.
    14. sdavis2702
      sdavis2702
      It was a breeze. I was going to do a picture story thread on it and it wasn't until after everything was done that I realized my camera was being lame and not saving my pictures. PM me if you need help!
    15. npverhey1
      npverhey1
      what are you ni the dark about?
    16. cascott325
      cascott325
      well, othger than fixing what broke, i havent touched the exhaust since i bought it 2 yrs ago. now that my cats are throwing deficiency codes, i am looking into true duals with highflow cats and maybe some other special stuff. there is a thread about it. the last post was yesterday. ill try to get it back to the top. if you could give me some ideas, im kinda in the dark
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    2000 ford f150

    2005 silverado 1500
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    05 silverado 1500 4.8L v8
    Flowmaster exhaust
    Dougs headers electric cut out
    AEM brute force intake
    Superchips flashpaq tuner
    Airaid throttle body spacer
    kmc enduro beadlocks
    33 inch hankook dynapros
    4 inch cst lift spindles, rancho 5000 shocks
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