Nowadays there’s lots of dealerships offering aftermarket upgrades to new vehicles such as wheels, tires, lift kits, exhaust, etc. When you buy a vehicle with these add-ons from the dealer, the cost of the upgrades is usually bundled in with your purchase price and financing. Is that a good or a bad thing?
When you search the internet for different exhaust you’ll typically find the same 5 brands mentioned: Corsa, Borla, Magnaflow, and Flowmaster. They all bring something different to the table whether its a different sound or a more efficient flow. The main result you can expect from aftermarket exhaust is sound. However, some will also yield a gain in horsepower (5-10%) although it’s not usually enough of an increase that you’d be able to feel.
You just got a new truck and it came with a beautiful new and painted bed. That's great until you need to put something really big and heavy back there that can roll around and....well you get the idea.
When it comes to protecting the bed of your truck, you basically have 2 options: a drop-in or a spray-in bedliner. While they each have their own pros and cons, both options will do a fine job of protecting the bed of your truck.