Injectors on Pass side are readily accessible too!It is. One major thing I noticed is that everything on the rear is now MUCH easier to get to. The starter can be accessed easier, the oil cooler lines and fittings are a 2 minute job now, oil filter can be taken off easier, just stuff like that. I am loving it for that part too!!!. And the crossover pipe up front takes about 5 minutes to take off, and can easily be removed for access to anything up front should the need arise.
Thanks, man! Although the results of mine are yet to be seen and I'd take performance over clean any day. In the end, you've inspired me to think more about what my next steps will be and I think that is the huge benefit we get from sharing our results. I can't wait to see what the results are on the strip when you go!Thanks. I've been spending the few days of free time I have cleaning everything up under the hood and re-routing wires and everything. It's been a CHORE to say the least doing this project, but the bottom end torque gains are so substantial that I wish I had it in my ability to make these into a kit and sell. Hands down, it is THE best mod I have done to my truck probably. I am really excited to see the results of your project!!! Yours is a LOT cleaner too lol Mucho jealous
I run the ATT on mine. It does require an elbow set up to mount it if you don't want to cut up the inner fender.Do you think an ATT would fit on these? I believe it is a physically larger turbo so it might require some type of offset pedestal adapter.
I know it's been a while but what's the long term consensus on this? Is there any changes you would make?