Turbo system for Suburbans
Here's a blast from the past just for a bit of nostalgic fun. Back in 1989
Motorweek profiled the Banks turbo
system for diesel Suburbans. The results were, just as they are now, more
power and fuel economy with Banks. (visit bankspower.com for more info)
2007 Silverado 5.3 MBRP exhaust
this is the MBRP stainless steel cat back Exhaust system. picked it up down at the All
Truck Nationals in carlisle for around 400 bucks. truck is stock besides
the Exhaust but it sounds really good,
and has a lifetime warranty on the muffler!
Banks Sidewinder GMC Sierra
A pretty cool look at the Sidewinder GMC Sierra from bare parts to ripping
it up at the track. (visit bankspower.com for more info)
2008 Chevrolet Silverado Magnaflow Muffler Before & After
2008 Chevrolet Silverado 5.3L V8 w/ Magnaflow muffler. I should also
clarify, this recording was with a bad microphone. It was recorded with an
old digital camera. The sound is a little weak because it doesn't have
good range on it. Will try to get a new video up soon.
2015 Chevy Silverado 3500 HD Diesel 4WD First Drive Review
( http://www.TFLtruck.com ) The 2015 Chevy Silverado 3500 Diesel Heavy Duty
pickup truck is a work horse that's built to haul and tow as much wight as
possible. For 2015 Chevy has updated their HD trucks with an all new
design, interior and even Exhaust
brake. However the Duramax Diesel engine remains the same. So how does this
big rig haul and drive. In another accurate, fun and informative TFLtruck
review, Roman drives and reviews the newest heavy duty Chevy dually pickup.
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2005 Chevrolet Silverado 5.3L with Magnaflow exhaust
My 2005 Chevrolet z71 with 5.3L and Magnaflow #12259 muffler with 4"
Magnaflow tip. Here is a link to Jegs for my exact muffler:
This is NOT a cat back system, just the 5x8" oval, 18" overall , 3" IN/OUT
Magnaflow muffler and a 4"x18" Magnaflow tip.
Flowmaster Cat-Back Exhaust Install on 2011 GMC Sierra
Installation of a Flowmaster Force II Cat-Back Exhaust (#817523) on a 2011 GMC Sierra.
I made this video because I was researching installing one of these on my
truck and I couldn't find anything for a GM Truck. I saw some Mustangs, some Camaros, some Ford trucks, etc.
But nobody had documented what it would be like for a GM truck. So here
you go. All in all, it was pretty easy and only took a couple hours. I
can't promise how close they are, but the instructions and kit were for
2007-2012 GM Trucks. So this would most likely apply to them as well, with
perhaps a few deviations.
Also, sorry for the fact that it's all close ups, but when your truck is on
ramps and your lying underneath it you can only zoom out so far.
[15 Oct 13] One more thing as a note on warranties. Here is a snippet
from the Flowmaster FAQ:
"There are some modifications that have the potential to void a vehicle's
factory warranty, but modifying the Exhaust system after the catalytic converter is
not one of them. All Flowmaster Exhaust systems are designed vehicle specific
and do not violate manufacturers factory warranty. If you're having
problems regarding this issue, please contact www.sema.org for more
information regarding consumer's rights on performance aftermarket parts."
Redline Review: 2014 Chevrolet Silverado LTZ
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http://www.Facebook.com/2Redline No longer satisfied with being the sales
runner up to the top-selling Ford F-150, GM ups the ante for 2014 with the
all-new third generation Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra. Equipped with
three impressive powertrain options, modern cabin appointments, and
best-in-class towing capabilities. These new trucks really elevate the
full-size class to the next level in terms of refinement, luxury, and
driver assistance technology. If you're in the market for a full-size
truck, make sure and put this vehicle on your short list.
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