Originally Posted by 02bonne
Thanks Mouse..that'* really good info....do u have any suggestions on what kind of shocks I should get without payin an arm and leg...or is it easier to have the air ride fixed?....
I'm also thinking about magnoflow mufflers but I saw somethin called a glassback or glasspack...is there a difference in the two sound wise,performance wise?would I need any extra attachment for the glasspack?
Well there are a couple different rear shock setups you can purchase. Some that allow for the auto-filling with the current system, or ones that allow for a manual fill. It'* up to you. I myself would walk into an O'Reilly or Advance and tell them I need new rear shocks for (year/make/model) and go from there.
What sound are you going for? If you're going for the ricer sound Magnaflow/Flowmasters will fit that bill. They sound decent to good at idle, but start sounding like a pissed off bee once the RPM'* start to climb. If you want a more mellow, and less raspy sound then I suggest the mufflers I have. Thrush Turbo'*.
Also, you don't need a glass pack. It won't do anything for you at all. Glass packs are for old cars that aren't running catalytic converters.
2004 Chevy Silverado Z71 - 15% tint, FTDRL, All-on-high, 5000k lows/fogs, tinted tails, color matched grille, Sound by Kenwood.