Wow I see some " interesting " mpgs being listed, I have a 2017 cc 5.3 3.42 rears 4x4 with a 1.5 leveling kit, 275 60 20s "33" tires which are Cooper discover ht plus, weight of 43 lbs , my first tank on Factory tires, driving 50/50 city highway driving dic showed 17.1 hand calculation 15.3, all tanks after changing to Cooper 275 60 20 and leveled 1.5 one tank of 40/60 city / highway, dic showed 17.2 hand 15.4 and last tank on 25/75 city / highway shows 18.3 hand calculation of 16.75, and the real time dic showing between 19.6 and 21.4 while driving on highway are 70-75 mph . One thing is for sure that the dic is way off leading you to believe these mpg numbers. My previous truck was a 2011 6.2 cc with 3.73 gears and mpgs were pretty close to this 5.3 , I bought a 5.3 because of the increased hp in the new ecotec and supposed better fuel mileage . I will be going back to a 6.2 again once I find a good deal. I'll take added hp for nearly the same fuel mileage.
Crobinson16 replied to OmniCamaro's topic in 2014 / 2015 / 2016 / 2017 / 2018 Silverado & Sierra Accessories & ModificationsI'd love to find chrome inserts for my 2017, mine we the gloss black . I'd even go with a chrome insert overlay but I don't think anyone is making them for a 2017, if someone takes the time to take apart there grill to remove the chrome. I'd be interested in buying them
Im selling my gm 22 inch wheels and Bridgestone Dueler H/L Alenza tires, and tpms sensors. These have 125 miles on them, absolutely perfect condition. And they are balanced perfectly with no vibration at all. I'm am simply changing styles. $2600 Located in Willow Hill PA,
I realize it's the same, buy there is a reason gm pulled it from the 2017s, with out getting into a warranty debate, should something happen, I could just see them saying ," you put something on that was designed for a 2016 instead of 2017,
Crobinson16 replied to Orlando8's topic in 2014 / 2015 / 2016 / 2017 / 2018 Silverado & Sierra Accessories & ModificationsFollowing, Im interested in one as well for my 2017 5.3
I would like to know more about the GM performance CAI for the 2017 models. It does have a different part number listed than the previous year trucks. Has anyone tested or seen the new 2017 model.
Crobinson16 replied to strickland604's topic in 2014 / 2015 / 2016 / 2017 / 2018 Silverado & Sierra Accessories & ModificationsI just bought a new 2017 and I would like to level it. I keep thinking about how could they deny a warranty for any front end suspension part because of a spacer. I know that they could but You are not changing the factory range of motion with in the factory components.
Crobinson16 replied to strickland604's topic in 2014 / 2015 / 2016 / 2017 / 2018 Silverado & Sierra Accessories & ModificationsSo basically it's saying that a leveling kit could cause you to be denied warranty coverage for any related suspension components. For that fact I suppose they could go a far to say your power steering components as well. " Installed kit caused excisive wear on said parts."
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