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    Alliance, OH
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    2017 CCSB 5.3 (Corsa cat-back, Air Raid Jr...so far)

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    Same. Lived here in Alliance 3 years now. For anyone that may be looking to get a bed liner the Sarchione family owns Line-X of Salem and do lower cash price deals when you call in and say Sarchione sent you. I don't think they care if you actually bought your truck from one of the Sarchione dealerships or not as the uncle has a tiny used car lot in town. I thought $400 out the door was a good price as I've heard they typically run $550 or so. For future reference are there any good GM performance shops around the area anyone has experience with? I am getting ready to throw on some bolt-ons and cant decide to take it for a dyno tune or just get a tune by one of the vendors on here.
  2. Thanks ws6 for confirming the part number. I think I too will be going the HPS route. I went ahead and removed the coupler and can confirm it is 3.875" on the Airraid tube. It fit perfectly around the 6.2 throttle body I have. It was 3.5" on the 5.3 TB end in case anyone is wondering.
  3. Thanks for the heads up. Mine is aluminum but regardless of material I imagine it wouldn’t be a bad idea to use spray detailer regularly anyway. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. My second mod was my cover after line-x. I didn’t want to shell out bak flip money and settled for a Gator. I think it was $479 shipped to my door on sale (March ‘17) for my CCSB. It’s very easy to remove if needed. Usually if I’m hauling items where I need to open it i leave it in the half position I will say the clips like to hang on you sometimes. If I pull from the driver side the passenger side clip hangs up a little. Outside of that it’s been a good cover for the two years I’ve had it.
  5. Good call I thought I saw it elsewhere in the manual but I must've skimmed over the 5000 km for the accidental reset. Also I think they told me to bring it in after 5000 miles for the first free oil change. Soon enough we should see some guys posting their blackstone labs data as that is why I chose 6-7k for my BMW vs the 15k/1yr the computer said...and their "lifetime" diff fluid interval.
  6. I only consider the computer as nothing more than a guide. The manual recommends 5k or 1 year, whichever comes first. Like air filters, it depends on your environment. Purchased my truck 2/17. Computer was at 34% @ 5k miles (11/24/17). After 1 year 11/23/18 oil life was at 71%. Oil was changed a couple weeks later (12/17) @ 7400 miles overall. Talking to the service advisor at the dealership he didn't believe me that my computer was over 70% overall as time should be a factor in the algorithm. It should be noted most of my miles are highway when I do drive it.

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