flowmaster duals, k&n cold air kit, ceramic headers, 20" rims, 100w driving lights, pioneer avic-2 head unit, ipod for truck, 15" dual subs, 3000 watts of amps. Supercharger and suspension in near future
nothing so far on my 02 suburban, but headed back to the states after some time overseas and looking at intake, exhaust, chip and some good street suspension upgrades that improve handling but not lower the truck too much
Headers, hi-po intake, muffler, intake manifold, aluminum radiator, new (more power) engine. Soon to come, KC daylighters, Home grown cactus smasher (bumper), and AEM plastic media air filter (no oiling)
My buddy gave me a voltage stablizer.... I've heard that they don't really do anything but figured it couldn't hurt since it was free.... so far not really noticing any difference. lol at least it was free right?
I spent $2,300 on my lift kit.... So there goes that budget haha.
$2,400 on tires
$1,100 on rims
$500 in intake set up
$1,300 on exhaust set up
$550 on Wideband O2 Sensor and LC-1 Controllers
$500 on Dual Steering Stabilizers
$550 on Dual Electric Fan variable speed
$700 on gears with bearing rebuild kits
$1,100 on EFI Live program.
$11,000 and that's not including so much repairs and new parts...
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