Jesus Mora’s 2007 GMC Sierra regular cab isn’t the most radical truck at this year’s competition, but we think it’s one of the handsomest, in a low-key way. The 5.3L Vortec V-8 is fortified with Pacesetter long-tube headers, and a K&N cold air intake. Power hits the pavement through a 4.11 rear end and TrueTrac rear diff. A DJM 4/7-inch drop kit gives the Sierra its street-smart look, and C3 three-piece 22-inch wheels complement the truck’s color and attitude. 265/35-22 front and 295/30-22 rear; which give the Sierra a purposeful stance. Stopping duties are aided by Brake Performance brakes.


Inside the Build
Year/Make/Model: 2007 GMC Sierra Regular Cab
Owner and City/State: Alex Esparza/Jesus Mora - Anaheim, California
Engine
Type: 5.3L Vortec V-8
Headers: Pacesetter long-tube headers
Intake: K&N cold air intake
Drivetrain
Transmission: Yank SS 3600 Converter, TruCool 40K
Rearend: 4.11 rear end and TrueTrac rear diff.
Chassis
Suspension: DJM 4/7-inch drop kit, Belltech struts and shocks
Brakes: Brake Performance brakes
Wheels and Tires
Wheels: C3 three-piece 22-inch wheels
Tires: 265/35-22, 295/30-22
Special Thanks: Pacesetter, K&N, TrueTrac