My 2014 6.0 PPV Journey

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mwc
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My 2014 6.0 PPV Journey

Post by mwc » Sat Feb 22, 2020 2:39 am

I picked up a black 2014 PPV 6.0 on January 29, I’m loving it so far.

Here it is when I picked it up
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Less than a week later I found some 2014 Camaro 6cyl wheels for $200 on OfferUp. Tires were shot but local tire shop swapped my tires and TPMS sensors onto the Camaro wheels for $80
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The tall ride height somehow seemed exaggerated with the new wheels, needed to do something about that so I got some H&R 50750s, Monroe HD shocks and struts, Whiteline strut mounts and sway bar links. Just got it all finished last night, aligned this morning. I love the way it sits and feels now. Tint appointment is in 3 days
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Picked up an HPTuners so I can turn DOD off for now, while I decide on a cam and converter.

This car is a blast!

mwc
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Re: My 2014 6.0 PPV Journey

Post by mwc » Tue Feb 25, 2020 7:17 pm

Got the car tinted yesterday, 15% all around. Really happy with it :D

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lastcall190
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Location: North Jersey

Re: My 2014 6.0 PPV Journey

Post by lastcall190 » Tue Feb 25, 2020 8:09 pm

Car looks good with the tint!

-J
2012 Caprice
2008 CVPI

mwc
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Re: My 2014 6.0 PPV Journey

Post by mwc » Tue Feb 25, 2020 10:38 pm

lastcall190 wrote:
Tue Feb 25, 2020 8:09 pm
Car looks good with the tint!

-J
Thanks! Wheels, suspension, and tint really changed this car.

Not that there’s a shortage of pics on how these cars look on these springs, but here’s another shot to give an idea of how it sits on H&R 50750 Sport springs on new stock PPV shocks/struts and 2014 Camaro 6-cyl wheels. Have had no rubbing issues, but haven’t had passengers or weight in the back.

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mwc
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Re: My 2014 6.0 PPV Journey

Post by mwc » Sun Mar 15, 2020 7:40 pm

Picked up a 3.45 diff from a 2011 Camaro SS, replaced bushings with BMR street, installed new axle shaft seals. Got it finished last night, these cars should have come with this gearing. Feels great. We’ll see how MPG changes

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