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Mozzer

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  1. That is only going to be under compression when the bump stop is touching it, I can't remember that ring on mine but I know nothing was loose. The hardware they re-used might have been the snap ring that sets the height but likely the top nut as the Bilstein supplied nut can cause a loose fit in the top mount. Sent from my SM-G950W using Tapatalk
  2. They look like the beam is similar & has a good cut off so shouldn't blind anyone so why 'wrong ones'. Sent from my SM-A705W using Tapatalk
  3. That's a real ******, were there any potential warnings like oil pressure changes or whining etc? Sent from my SM-A705W using Tapatalk
  4. That does make your turn signal more visible, my old dodge did the same thing. Sent from my SM-A705W using Tapatalk
  5. I know it's a reported issue but like the other guy I don't know how the thermostat opening & closing more frequently causes the radiator to leak. Sent from my SM-G950W using Tapatalk
  6. Thanks. I had an answer back from a tuning shop near me in Vernon BC, he says he can do all that I'm looking for. I will see how they plan to go about things. Sent from my SM-A705W using Tapatalk
  7. I wish. Behaves the same in M5 and if shifting manually. Sent from my SM-A705W using Tapatalk
  8. It is the torque converter lock up that I believe is the main issue so if that is something only done by a professional tune I will start looking for local recommendations. Shift points are actually pretty good for my purposes. Thanks for the helpful response. Sent from my SM-A705W using Tapatalk
  9. I guess torque management for low or no throttle input being different from more throttle input would be a better solution. Sent from my SM-A705W using Tapatalk
  10. The only info I can find for plug in programmers is very vague on what they do and don't do. Do any programmers allow for different torque management for upshifts vs downshifts? If I'm going to spend money I want to be able to reduce the clunking during low/no throttle downshifts without making the upshifts too soft. I'm sure all allow AFM disable (I have an old Bully Dog which should do that but doesn't). I know HP tuners can do a whole load of stuff but looks outside of my own skill level. I had a superchips on last truck & was fine with setting all the points in the shift table but the HP tuner looks more complex than that. Sent from my SM-A705W using Tapatalk
  11. From just driving experience & in no way backed up by technical knowledge I believe the grade braking only functions above a certain speed & likely measures time with brakes applied vs speed reduction (or lack thereof). All it does is change down gears as far as I can tell so you are as well to stick with your manual shifting. Sent using Tapatalk - 2014 5.3 WT
  12. Are there any work around options for adjusting idle up a touch? I've got a an old Bully dog tuner which shut off the AFM but doesn't adjust idle as far as I can see. Sent using Tapatalk - 2014 5.3 WT
  13. This forum would be a very quiet place if that were the case [emoji1787] The product that started the thread should achieve the lower opening temperature I believe. 2014, 5.3, 4x4, work truck
  14. The end cap / clip is facing up towards the engine, I removed the securing bolt & took the lines out of the retaining clips which allowed the block to turn down for access to the c clip, mine was corroded & I couldn't get it out. A couple of table spoons of oil dripped out when taking the bolt out. 2014, 5.3, 4x4, work truck
  15. I tried the thermostat flip but couldn't get the end cap off after removing c clip. It was still on the truck so I will have to try again when I have more time & take the unit off & get it on the workbench. There was a fair bit of corrosion on mine. Sent from my SM-G950W using Tapatalk
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