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LU47s came with my EB Stage 2.
I’m running BMR min drop springs and the stance is just right and handles great.
Try Papini's Garage in Temecula. They're a great bunch of guys that do awesome work.
Lol. True statement, but very nice build.
I’m going to have it painted locally. You can get both sides done for a lot less than Cervini charges and they have your car to match the paint.
First world problems. I have the blower, so the hood is definitely next!
I like everything except the corner pockets. I did the Cervini grilles and now I’m contemplating their GT500 hood to go with it.
Custom tune is absolutely worth it. You can always turn down the boost with a larger blower pulley and run some octane booster for safety. It...
I’ve had a good experience with KB blowers in the past, but that looks like a hot mess.
I have the Edelbrock Stage 2 and if the warranty is important to you, the Roush Phase 2 may be the better option. I'm sure the Roush canned tune...
I try to stay out of jail these days, but I'm glad that I installed them!
They just take some maneuvering to get them to line up. Also, I had to...
I did install them, but not sure they’re necessary.
I just did the Cervini’s upper and lower. [ATTACH]
I think it definitely helped because there is a new shift strategy, but I would check the fluid first which is a PITA.
Shifts with the Lund tune are definitely more aggressive in a good way, but I don’t have those clunking downshifts.
Yup, my 10R80 was 1.5 qts low on fluid from the factory. It doesn't have such hard downshifts anymore, but I'm also Lund tuned. BTW, the 10R80...
Ok, thanks. I’m contemplating one of these for my 20 and like you I will not use the rain tray.
Looks good. How was the fitment?
They're both great kits. If you're staying with the canned tune, go Whipple.
Burkey has them. If you’re taking the blower off, you might as well because I heard they’re great for lowering IATs. Not sure about hood...