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post #1 of 17 (permalink) Old 03-12-2020, 02:21 PM Thread Starter
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My 2020 2LT Midnight edition equinox

This is my midnight edition 2.0 I have a K&n Intake and a trifecta tune and just put a spoiler on it. Any suggestions on other good mods to do ?
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post #2 of 17 (permalink) Old 03-12-2020, 03:18 PM
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Suggestions.... get rid of the K&N and tint those front door windows.
Nice ride but does your state require the plate to be mounted offset like that in the front? That sucks.

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Not required to be offset on NY. Looks better in the middle. IMHO

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Nice ride!

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I have a trifecta tune
Can you provide some additional feed back on the tune? I'm specifically interested in what RPM's it will run at when under light or steady cruise at 35-40 MPH?

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I love the K&n it makes it sounds amazing and the tints are illegal here so I would get pulled over all the time other wise I would lol
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Really I am shocked about the opinions on the plate placement I love the plate on the side I think imho it looks A lot better and doesn’t obstruct air flow to the radiator or intercooler But to each his own must
be a NY thing because I have had a lot of compliments on the plate placement from people around here Lol
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I can post a video of the speedo at different speeds I will put it on today when I get a chance to for you
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Side placement of the front license plate is definitely old school, like 30's and 40's old school. A lot of pickup trucks of that era had the front license plate mount located underneath the driver's side headlight bucket.
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I wonder if that spoiler would help for people who live on gravel roads.
A few here have added spoilers to help keep the dirt off the back window.


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I wonder if that spoiler would help for people who live on gravel roads.
A few here have added spoilers to help keep the dirt off the back window.
I could get used to that spoiler if it were functional.

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