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Jennabear

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Jennabear last won the day on July 22 2015

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  1. Really happy with how everything came together, no rubbing with 1.5" leveling kit. Was able to squeeze 33x12.5x22 Nitto Ridge Grapplers on there.
  2. I have a TVS2300 on my 2016 Denali, gave it an extra pony or two. Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-G890A using Tapatalk
  3. SuspensionMaxx leveling kit with 33x12.5x22 Nitto Ridge Grapplers. There is no rubbing! Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-G890A using Tapatalk
  4. We have thousands of customers, only one person was ever denied warranty from GM (customer did not return the vehicle to stock tuning prior to visit). Ultimately GM lost the case and gave the customer a new engine (faulty cam phaser that was already on a warranty recall).
  5. The dealership would have to send the files out to determine if there was a tune on it, if you had not returned the tune to stock prior to the visit.
  6. We have had over half a dozen DDs with superchargers on them, and never had an issue. We do however, maintain them very well, and make sure that we are not beating on them in subpar situations. We personally have never ran a vehicle to 200K, but with proper maintenance and supporting mods, it is obtainable.
  7. She hasn't been on the rollers yet, but until we are sure everything is dialed in she is running a 105mm wagon wheel. A new pulley will be swapped in soon.
  8. Love coming home from a long work trip to some fresh new mods on the Pavement Princess! TVS2300 is on and she is leveled out with a SuspensionMaxx kit. Now I just gotta remove some tread to warrant new tires....
  9. Yes, BBP can tune the 2017 6spds, just not the 8spds.
  10. The 6spds are currently tuneable, but not the 8spd.
  11. MAP won't help, the MAF is the usual suspect. Since you already replaced it (provided the new one isn't faulty) you should check into vac leaks.
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