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About camcamaro1991

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    2016 Sierra Denali 4x4 6.2L/8spd Onyx/Jet | 2009 CTS-V Sedan

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  1. link to the video you made? also I been doing some testing of my own, found that if you can place the catch can where there is some air flow to cool the can while driving you get much better results, the can is still extremely hot where you placed it as well as where I had mine. reducing the temp at the can will generate better results.
  2. nope I know exactly how you have it, you stated your going to the intake post throttle body barb, and intake air plenum pre throttle body, that will cause the issue. how is the little can getting back to the air plenum on the pre-throttle body side?
  3. The way you installed it causes vacuum issues, you shouldn't hook the valley and valve covers to the same can. They should be separate, it will create a vacuum on the oil system. example it will make removing the oil cap difficult. it also can suck seals inside out.
  4. PPF, Paint Protection Film, its clear, but it on the full front and A pillars to stop rock chips.
  5. PPF, full front, full front fenders and full hood.... trust me, might wanna get A pillars too.
  6. Tri-Mode Running Boards Blackout

    well he didn't mention anything about a lift, had AMPs 1 set, 2 sets, 2or3 motors later all within 6 months, junk boards, and they always fail in the down position. best day is when I took them off.
  7. Tri-Mode Running Boards Blackout

    Why on earth would your remove the best designed & functional power running boards on the market today? I have used mine so many times cant image a truck without them, from cleaning the roof, clay bar my windshield to getting into my truck from the side in my garage, no room front or back when the garage door is closed. To knocking off rocks and dirt off my shoes before jumping to my truck, lastly... huge pet-peeve of mine, helps reduce people from sidling out of my seats it forces them to put a leg out and step down vs just slip and slide out of my truck with not steps, the factory NON-power steps are too close to the truck to be of any good use. if dont want them deployed just turn them off. Just get a nice vinyl wrap, it hold up for a long time. I hope you got PPF, if not do it soon or you will regret it.
  8. Rosco... yes its basically its a retrofit for the models that did not support Qi but still offered wireless charging, never the less I bet its easy to add never the less, I believe there are many that have added wireless charging on the 2014/2015 models.
  9. New 2018 vs 2019 dilemma

    Here we go again... 1. first year redesigns will have just as many issues. new engine design with skip fire. 2. Deep discounts on 2018's solid truck when loaded, esp with a 6.2L don't sit here and tell me the 6.2 isnt worth it prob..., not not fulling anyone. Prob... get it for free with discounts so its moot. 3. 2019 side mirrors are the ugliest mirrors & position I ever seen on a truck, bar none. 4. Projector headlights missing, 2019's are not projectors... why did they go back to 2007.5 headlights? reflector lens, squeezing the penny's out. 5. Still offer a sunroof for some reason aka leaking hole, why no A/C headliners like the SUV's, center console air is ridiculous. I firmly do not agree with the mass's that includes the roof made of glass... some peoples kids. only 2 things they offer now over my truck is HUD, and side blind alert. which was ONLY in the SUV chassis for some damn reason. Get you a 2018 loaded, you'll be much happier, only problem is later you wont settle for a LT wont even cross your mind. BTW when I spec'ed my Denali truck it was less expensive than a SLT with the same options. In fact I had to order it and wait, and it was still less expensive.
  10. LED H11 Bulbs?

    What? no... good LED's will outperform the 30-35w HID's... now the older 55w HID's that a different story. My factory Sierra LED's are crazy bright easily out performs my 30-35w HID's on my Caddie I would even say they can keep up with 50w, You get what you pay for, buying a $20-40 set of LED's and you have your answer.
  11. LED H11 Bulbs?

    I would normally say never cut a hole in your dust cover its not just a dust cover but a moisture cap as well, you will have to fit the light inside the headlamp unit that means the harness and all parts, so get the smallest most compact unit. The fans typically fail or make noise, no OEM manufacturer uses fans, even on my GM OEM LEDS on my 2016. The fin's can be cut or bent, or use the 2nd option, since the heat sink is the same only fan-less
  12. LED H11 Bulbs?

    for your fogs 5202's , those are the older style, that had issues with fitting in the fog light housing o-ring issue... PITA to install, not bright at all. I do not recommend at all. For your low/high beams stay away from "fan style cooling" leds, for the H11, if you have the room, number 1 recommendation. - http://www.jdmastar.com/product/752/6S-H11-LED-Headlight-Fog-Conversion-Kits-for-Limited-Space-Set-of-2.html 2nd- http://www.jdmastar.com/product/289/8TH-Gen-H11-LED-Headlight-Conversion-Kits-Set-of-2.html 5202's go with a more powerful from JDMastar lastly use the 5% off your entire order code on the Jdmastar website. Code = "JDMASTAR"
  13. Truck would not start today

    was the steering wheel under any stress on the steering lock? if so it may not let you start sadly my mom does it all the time, but that also keeps you from turning the key all the way as well.
  14. FYI, GM made a retro-fit kit for the older vehicles that didn't not originally include the Qi charging. made available May 9, 2018. GM# 84526978 includes the new charger and wiring harness. GM service Bulletin# 18-NA-153 (I dont have the PDF) Chart https://my.chevrolet.com/content/dam/gmownercenter/gmna/static/pageImages/learnAbout/articles/documents/GM_Wireless_Charging_Compatible_Device.pdf
  15. Air damper? Useful?

    simply put yes, especially in a stock vehicle configuration. The Chevy engineer Tom Peters worked on both Corvette and Truck, in fact your air dam is an cloned from the corvette, and scaled to fit truck. some boing info... but hes a small part of info...

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