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  1. Yes, that's where I ordered mine. It works on mine fine. Not sure why it says it doesn't work on Denali models?
  2. Yes it is, much firmer shifts and lock up is better. Stall converter is perfect for me. I daily drive it and pulls like a rocket. Love it. Driveshaft is a new 2 piece since the other would twist. Like you I spent all that money up front trying to cut off any weak spots. My final tab after everything is about 19k. Not including lift, wheels and tires or appearance anything. Strictly motor, trans and tune Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. Denali34

    Bye all

    Thanks for all your help. I appreciate it.
  4. Excellent. We just bought ours and love it. Easy to tow and great quality Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. Thanks! 2106DS. Fellow Winnie owner? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. I tow a travel trailer with mine about every other weekend when I'm camping with my family and don't even know its back there. I have Kooks long tube on mine and felt a big bottom end gain along with the Whipple.
  7. TSL Thornbird's are the answer. Run them all year and no worries
  8. Do the swap and then the blower. You wont be sorry.
  9. My Whipple is awesome. It took a very reputable shop a couple of tries to get it right with the TCM tune after I changed out my Converter. Now that the kinks are worked out I don't want anything else. I DD mine 100 miles every day and tow my Winnebago every other weekend and the truck doesn't even know its back there. You cant go wrong with any of them. I love smoking my 35's every chance I get.. especially roll ons at 40mph.
  10. @1SLOW1500 Is the man to talk to on Turbo's. Depends on what you're looking for. I have a Whipple and love it!
  11. Like I said before. If he feels he won then all is great! Everybody won in that situation. What’s a $125 in the grand scheme of it? An oil change or a couple tanks of fuel? [emoji6] Great deal! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. Don’t get me wrong if you feel like you’re getting a deal then it worked and you “won”. I loved people like you. I made my living for many many years that way. [emoji1303] Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  13. That's no favor from them. Any service department could have offered you that deal. It used to be called "Goodwill" and no deductible applied until every claim was done that way and people abused it. Now GM dealerships have a calculator they can run the repair through and determine the deductible to the customer when slightly out of warranty. The longer out/higher mileage the higher the more the customer participation is $$. Those parts are all swaps through TechniCar so the General will only pay around $400 bucks plus warranty labor time. I used to do this for all good customers to gain their maintenance and gravy work. Id make the dealer pay the deductible. Good Luck!
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