Thinking about changing up my exhaust setup which currently consists of:
Stock headers with MAK cat delete pipes w/ 3" resonators welded in
X-pipe (not sure which brand previous owner installed)
Stock active exhaust mufflers
I feel indifferent about my current setup (pictured below).
No problem and the only downside to me is the price.
Prior to purchasing, I looked into a lot of the other shock/strut combos that everyone recommends, which I'm sure are great and probably a better value, but I definitely wanted that adjustability. I luckily found a used set posted by a guy up...
Able to get everything installed yesterday:
• BMR SP083R springs
• Steeda Adjustable Pro-Action Shocks/Struts
• BMR CB010 + CB762
• Maximum Motorsports caster/camber plates
My initial first impression is that with the CB010/CB762 and shocks/struts adjusted to 1/4 turn from full soft rides...
I did KAM reset couple days ago and still having these wide variations in fuel trims. E85 has been testing a bit lower than usual, but not substantially below E85 (~75%). Lund told me they don't see any issues in the logs other than running richer, so maybe it's all in my head and I'm...
Before anyone asks, I already sent Lund some logs and waiting on response. I just wanted some outside input from some second (or 3rd) set of eyes.
Car is 2019 GT PP1 on E85R Lund tune, Airaid intake tubing w/ stock airbox, and MAK delete pipes.
3 total logs. 1 WOT (albeit short), cruising...
Little pricier, but the adjustable steeda pro-action struts are a good choice as well per some of the knowledgable forum members here (BmacIL)
I have this current setup that I will be installing later today/tomorrow, so I can give you some feedback about it. I had the pro-actions on my prior...
Which JL audio sub is this? Is it basically a plug/play drop in replacement for the B&O sub with enough power from factory amp?
Haven’t taken the rear subwoofer out so not sure if amp is located there or in the front deck
agreed! Which is why I pushed for it to get totaled. And car shopping is pretty fun, just wish there were more options closer. Many of the cars that I’m interested in are out of state but it would be a fun drive back home lol
Thank y'all! I provided valuation documents to my adjuster and we came to a very reasonable ACV for the vehicle, so I'm satisfied.
Wow, that guy sounds like a douche! Glad you avoided any problems with that, because this process has been nothing short of stressful lol
To update everyone:
The damage repair costs did end up being around $27k. In Texas, insurance companies can decide to repair a vehicle up until the repair costs exceed 100% ACV of the vehicle; however, this isn't a hard fast rule and it's ultimately up to the insurer to decide if a vehicle is...
The threshold differs from state to state with many not requiring "north of 80%". Assuming mine is ~$34-35k, then $25k would put it pretty close to the threshold.... At the very least, it's borderline.
Do you think the value is >$40k? because it's definitely not. At least not my area, it's...
Wow $25K!? that's insane, doesn't even look like that much damage. If mine is truly on the cusp of total loss, I may just try to push for it to be totaled since many of the front end parts are on back order and may take several weeks to come in (per collision shop).
Few updates: The complete disassembly is still in the works, but I got a chance to look at the car's exterior damage more thoroughly.
With respect to the front end of the car, obviously the hood, bumper cover/grill, radiator components, and headlight need to be replaced. Also, the left frame...