SCA Performance G2 pickup makes the GMC Sierra fly

There may be nothing that makes you feel “so fly as a G6,” but the G2 pickup looks like it can get some air of its own.

The modified GMC Sierra 1500 comes from off-road specialist SCA Performance, who teamed up with Lingenfelter Performance last year to turn the Chevrolet Silverado into the Ford Raptor-fighting Reaper. The G2 is an SCA solo project with an entirely different build, and a more subdued style that brand manager Drew Kerley says is more in line with what GMC fans are looking for.

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The truck features a 4-inch lift with Dirt Logic remote reservoir shocks, fender flares, rock rails fitted with removable steps, and an aggressive zinc-plated, powder-coated steel bumper equipped with Rigid Industries LED lights. For serious backcountry fun, custom seventeen-inch beadlock wheels are available along with a 9,000-pound Warn winch that’s obviously for digging out your friend’s trucks, since the G2 looks pretty unstoppable.

That’s especially the case with SCA’s powertrain upgrades, which include a cold air intake, short tube headers, a 3-inch cat back exhaust system, and an engine management system calibration that’s all good for an extra 60 hp with either the Sierra’s 5.3-liter or 6.2-liter V8. And if that’s not enough, you can add an intercooled Whipple supercharger that Kerley says puts around 600 hp to the wheels.

The parts are available individually, but fully built trucks sold through SCA’s network of dealer partners go for around $70,000.


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