PLEASE NOTE: The new 2017+ GM Applications are currently NOT covered under this pricing. Good news and bad news. The bad news is that GM has upped their security measures which creates extra steps. All 2017+ GM vehicles must be dropped off for the first tune. 2017+ Automatic Transmission Tunes are now separate from our packaged Engine and Trans Tuning and will require the TCM to be sent out. The nutshell is that engine and transmission tunes cost a good deal more now for 2017+, the good news is that we can still tune them. Here is what CSP says about the new 2017 plus GM cars and trucks
Gagliano7 replied to Carl T's topic in 2014 - 2018 Chevy Silverado & GMC SierraDoes anyone know if this can be done on a 2018 6.2 since i heard the tuning is harder to crack into than the 14-17"s?
It saves 1 MPG . With all the starters you will be replacing it will probably cost more to have auto shut off. Wait until you are in traffic and you go to take off and the truck won't restart. That will be fun times.
First 15 miles floored truck to how that 6.2 goes. I never take it easy on new vehicles. Never had a problem. An engine builder told me once beat on it like you stole if it is going to break right away it was going to break regardless.
Muffler isn't a bolt on, it is part of the pipe from the cat to the tailpipe about 7 feet long. Not sure if SLP makes a catback for these trucks but there muffler is basically a straight pipe.
Gagliano7 replied to Sierra Dan's topic in 2019 Chevy Silverado & GMC SierraI don't understand why chevy doesn't take the 4.8 v8 and put turbos on that. Everyone and there mother are taking them out of the junkyard and slapping turbo's on them. You will have the v8 sound with insane torque and power and still can get decent gas mileage.
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