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  1. I question the easier than changing a headlight bulb part of this comment. I had to replace a wheel speed sensor a few months ago and had to Jack the truck up and remove the wheel to get to it. I’ll take changing a light bulb over that any day lol
  2. It’s not needed from the dealer at those prices and your mechanic has questionable reasoning go to the auto parts store and get a can of Seafoam and a can of Seafoam top engine cleaner. Pour the Seafoam in the gas tank then fill up. Go home and follow the directions to use the top engine cleaner. The process takes maybe 5 minutes. Boom you just did a fuel system and intake/valve cleaning for $25 and maybe an hour of your time.
  3. The HIDs should last the life of the car. I got a 12 CTSV and a 12 MDX and both still work fine.
  4. I just put on a set of ProComp AT Sports and they’re great. Quiet and they got a 60k mile warranty.
  5. Mine only has an auto heated seats option in the settings. But like others said I think you have to have auto climate and what not to have it activate with remote. like the others said. Just crank the heat or ac up before you park it and when u remote it will kick on with your last setting
  6. Mine only has an auto heated seats option in the settings. But like others said I think you have to have auto climate and what not to have it activate with remote. like the others said. Just crank the heat or ac up before you park it and when u remote it will kick on with your last setting
  7. Mine does in my 2017 but mine came with remote start.
  8. They rubbed in the back. The usual spot. A NorCal probably would make them work but I didn’t want to fool with cutting up my truck.
  9. Man I was going to but they mounted one up front and it rubbed like crazy. Like really really bad. They tried to talk me into some 20x10s but that’s what I already have. I wasn’t gonna pay $1500 just to go with a different version of the look I already have. So I just did the tire swap. It’s all good. Tires was what I was really going for and new rims was just gonna be a bonus. I love the tires so far
  10. why do you talk to everyone on here like they’re dumb? You and grumpy both do it all the time. E85 is not a downgrade even with the stock fuel system. Any person in their right mind that is going FI and wants to run E85 will run the supporting fuel system upgrades needed to make it work along with a dedicated E85 tune. The guy mentioned it as a supporting mod to FI and you go off at the mouth about how E85 is useless because YOU aren’t running it or simply haven’t dropped the coin to get the parts you need to run it. We don’t care what YOU would need to make it work. The guy asked if anyone has it then mention it. He didn’t ask for a science lesson from you. No you don’t. There is no way you got some thrown together On3 turbo kit and a warranty from GM. Wait let me rephrase that. You might have a warranty and GM simply hasn’t found out you slapped on a turbo. Callaway is associated with GM. You can buy a Callaway kit directly from GM and of course they’ll warranty it because GM installed everything. It’s like buying a Saleen from Ford. If you get a lifted truck on 35’s from the dealer it’s warrantied because they installed it. anything you throw on after the fact in your garage will not be warrantied. Anytime Slow1500 starts getting worked up you can count on the thread going south. There are a handful of guys in here that recently strapped blowers on and got dyno numbers. There’s a couple of Callaway trucks in here to. Maybe they’ll login and post up and give the OP what he’s looking for. It’s not a stupid thread. Just about every automobile forum (at least performance oriented automobile) usually has a section or sticky where people have posted their mods and associated dyno numbers. Gives folks a great idea of where they might be at if modding their cars with similar parts. since nobody mods their Silverados with anything more than the usual 3 bolt ons there really isn’t a need for a thread like that but it still doesn’t hurt to ask the precious few that have gone wild
  11. Tons of people spray it in the return line going into the side of the intake. I’ve done it multiple times and no issues also with the brake booster line on older vehicles. That’s the recommended way to do it. I’ve seafoamed countless automobiles over the years and no issues.
  12. Just stick with the rubber between the leafs fix. Everyone that has done it including myself said it has made a world of difference. That’s literally what the problem is. The oem insulators between the leafs are too thin. Why waste money on new leaf springs when the ones you have can be fixed for $10.
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