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I am ordering the kit, and adding 5100's, will i need to do the mod on the yaw sensor?
 

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Why both? Whats your plan? Are you going to be stacking them?
 

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I ordered the 5100's before the 3/1 but decided to go with the lift. May as well do the shocks while I have it apart. Also not sure if the stock shocks have enough travel. But I have read several posts that say truck performs terrible after a lift was installed. So, hence my question about the yaw sensor mod.
 

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I ordered the 5100's before the 3/1 but decided to go with the lift. May as well do the shocks while I have it apart. Also not sure if the stock shocks have enough travel. But I have read several posts that say truck performs terrible after a lift was installed. So, hence my question about the yaw sensor mod.
Where did you read that? Literally everything I've seen says you maintain stock ride quality.

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I wasn't saying that the ride would be affected, I have read on this site that after a lift the trucks VSC system cut power and affected the over all performance of the engine and drivetrain. But again, kind of new to all this and I was looking for info before I ordered alot of things I don't need.
 
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