Mission two saw the guys at Audio Innovations tear into the suspension and add McGaughy's drop spindles up front and Air Ride Technologies airbags, with the rear receiving Shockwaves. Whereas there was no cutting involved, the truck did have an adjustable suspension allowing Luis to add 26-inch DUB Bully wheels on each corner. Main Tires and Wheels in Santa Paula, California, rolled each fender for added clearance. Helping turn those huge wheels a little easier was the addition of a K&N intake and Flowmaster exhaust.

After a quick drive to Irwindale, California, the truck was delivered to Danny Serna, of DSG Graphics, who applied his artistry to the truck. Before any paint was applied, the Chevy received several bolt-ons to give it a unique style. A Street Scene Equipment body kit was added, consisting of side skirts, a front Gen II bumper cover, a rear roll pan, and the Chevy was looking good. Luis also added a Reflexxion hood and Street Scene Speed Grilles to the front of the truck. Danny then went to work airbrushing wild tribal graphics onto the hood and splitting the truck in two, by mixing the graphics onto each side. Airbrushed ladies are found on each Street Scene mirror and on the tailgate, as well. The shadowing and detail work is a credit to the talent and long hours Danny has in the truck. Finishing off the truck, headlights from Stylin' Trucks gave the front end an even more menacing appearance.

Luis is proud of his awesome truck and you can try to tell him how nice it is, though he may have a hard time hearing you while blasting the MTX speakers. He wanted to give a shout-out to his friends, family, Joe, and Danny for all of their efforts.