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I have a 2014 GC Overland that I've added a cold air kit and Banks Monster exhaust to. I've ordered the Banks Bullet and will be adding it shortly. I've been really happy with the additions so far and can't wait to get the Bullet installed and see how it runs then.
Is there anyone else that has upgraded there diesel with the Bullet?
 

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who makes the cold air kit? banks?

Cost?

I'd love to do a few add-ons, but kinda worried about the warranty aspect. could it void the factory warranty?
 

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The cold air kit I got is from AFE. Banks didn't have one out when I was looking. I spoke with the people from Banks and they said that it will not effect the factory warranty.
 

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I have a 2014 GC Overland that I've added a cold air kit and Banks Monster exhaust to. I've ordered the Banks Bullet and will be adding it shortly. I've been really happy with the additions so far and can't wait to get the Bullet installed and see how it runs then.
Is there anyone else that has upgraded there diesel with the Bullet?
Does your Overland have skid plates? Any problem installing Banks' exhaust?
 

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No skid plates. The most challenging part was getting the rubber hangers off. It went on real easy. It's a snug fit around the DEF tank and I used a 1 inch board as a spacer. I noticed the turbo lag is gone and an increase of 4MPG.
 

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After removing those two rear muffler/sound suppressors and putting on the 3 inch pipes without them - what happened to the sound level?
 

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It is a great product and design. Real easy to install. Hardest part was getting the old exhaust off the hangers. It's a snug fit around the DEF tank. I used some 1 inch boards as a spacer to keep it away while I tightened everything down.
 

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Yeah, I saw the installation instructions, but I really don't have access to a lift bay and working on my garage floor makes me a bit nervous with the vehicle on ramps. Might look into that CAI as well that you installed...thanks for the info.
 

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Yeah, I saw the installation instructions, but I really don't have access to a lift bay and working on my garage floor makes me a bit nervous with the vehicle on ramps. Might look into that CAI as well that you installed...thanks for the info.
I used a couple of jack stands. There is a lot of room under there and it's all clamping so it wasn't bad at all. Probably took me an hour from jacking it up to letting it down.
 

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That's not bad....you'd recommend it? Banks is a pretty top-notch company, so I'm sure the quality is there.
I have Banks' 4 inch Monster exhaust on my Duramax along with their Ram-Air Kit, their EconoTuner and Exhaust Brake - had that set up for over three years and am pleased with their products. I am now trying to find out if I can put their monster exhaust on my Overland with skid plates.

I just put aFe's air intake on this weekend.
 

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Wondering if anyone is running the BD-Power Throttle Sensitivity Booster, if so wondering if it gets rid of the turbo lag any..... I have read alot of reviews that say it does, but none specific to the GC.

BD-Power 1057712 Throttle Sensitivity Booster
 
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