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DJM lowering kit 2/4 lowering kit with tubular A-arms.
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Spintech Exhaust
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Superchips programmer
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Microsoft Zune(bought it for the truck)
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brightlines chrome Grille
= about $2,000
 

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'05 Colorado Z71 2WD

Dual flowmasters
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AEM Brute Force Intake
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Redline M1 Chip
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Full Carbon Fiber Grille Assembly w/ chrome mesh
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Halo HID headlights and driving lights
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Goodmark Ram Air style hood
 

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Had full length running boards installed and had the tool box, bed and running boards "sprayed" with same bed liner material. Soon to install base plates and wiring for towing for another $400 or so.
 

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haven't spent a dime,and don't plan to modify My burb at this time,as it's My daily driver
I love it as it is now :)
 

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haven't spent a dime,and don't plan to modify My burb at this time,as it's My daily driver
I love it as it is now :)
Same here, I might put running boards on it, just to make it easier to get in and out of.
 

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Too much, enough so that I dont want to put it in print in case the wife see's the figures. Hopefully I'll recoup some on the sale. Dont think my new trucks will have as many mods.
 

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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
 

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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
 

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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)
 

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On the burb 12 disc cd player
On the Sierra 2500 New head unit, new speakers, big(ger) tires, Brushguard, and some diamond plating in various areas
 

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lol, don't think I've spent less than $3k on upgrades for my vehicles! I've already surpassed that on the current one, and still have more to go!
 

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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?
 

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On the Sierra:
tires-about 400
radio-300
speakers-200, unless I include the subs I took out the othe truck, the probably another 300
exhaust-120
lights-50
total-over 1k, but way less than 2k

If I added in the Cheyenne, then it would be well over 2500
 

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In 12 years I added dual exhaust, a K&N filter and a add on XM receiver that plugs into the tape deck. I am a cheap bastard.
 

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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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