I put the Teraflex 2.5" budget boost with shock adapters on my 2014 sport. I installed 33" tires under it. While it looks great, I can't recommend the kit. The instructions on the Teraflex kit are the worst crap I've ever read in an instruction manual.
I was missing some key hardware from the kit that I didn't realize until I was well past the point of returning so the vehicle sat until I collected up the hardware I needed.
My biggest concern with the Teraflex kit was the use of grade 5 hardware when it should be minimum grade 8 (sae) or grade 10.8 (metric equivalent). I've replaced all the grade 5 I could with higher grade stuff but some of the hardware is custom and no way to replace. At some point I'll pull the budget boost and get a real 2.5" lift with adjustable control arms to remove the "flightyness" from caster in the front affected by the lift.
On the 2012-2014, the front brake line bracket has to be removed. There was nothing in the instructions on what to do with the bracket once removed so now it just sits there and dangles. It'll get tangled at some point, rip loose, and I'll have no brakes. I've ordered a crown +2.5" stainless steel kit that includes new brackets to mount in the OEM location so the brake line (and the ABS line attached to it) is out of the way.
Last edited by kenn; 11-14-2013 at 10:28 PM.