I discovered that detent after I did the gas pedal flex mod, and i actually thought it my pedal was binding up on something after i put the shim in. Then I started googling things and found there is actually a section in the owner's manual about the kickdown detent on the 6.2. Odd that only the 6.2 has it and not the 5.3.
NWI Denali replied to Sierra Dan's topic in 2019 Chevy Silverado & GMC SierraYou read my mind. I was literally going to say the grille doesnt look right. Looks like it's missing a 2nd bar.
NWI Denali replied to Sierra Dan's topic in 2019 Chevy Silverado & GMC SierraSounds exactly like GM piston slap
They dont go out of their way to choose to elevation to benefit the Ford. That's where they live and test They are transparent and state it upfront every time. Any car guy knows that forced induction will have the edge over naturally aspirated as elevation increases. So, setting the ecoboost aside, now what is your excuse for the 6.2's showing against the Titan?
Another showing, this time with max tow and 3.42's on the Sierra. Still barely edges out the Titan and looks to lose to the Ecoboost by about the same margin as the Hemi did. This 6.2 just does not look like it puts the amount of power to the ground like it should. Im really wondering if it's the 10 speed torque management.
While that is a valid point in going from the 6 spd to 8 spd because there is one extra shift from 2nd to 3rd at about 58 mph, there is no extra shift from the 8spd to the 10spd. The 10 spd is not shifting into 4th before 60 mph. Both the 8 spd and 10 spd hit 60 in 3rd gear.
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