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2.8L Duramax with a tune

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Are those baby All Terrain wheels??

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Yea they had BFGs ats. Betters pics are on my camera . It looked really good

 

 

Ryan

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18's?

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Not sure didn't pay attention and no window sticker

 

 

Ryan

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It'll do 500. A 6.6 can do 1000 with just a tune. I'll bet 360/530 :)

 

Nick tuned a cruze already and it's crazy!!! Nannies or not it can be done!!

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Man, if I was in the market for a car that diesel Cruze would definitely be on my short list.

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Wow...that Ecotec Diesel is pretty impressive. I heard it was slightly noisier then the TDI, but who gives a rats when it makes that kind of power!

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seriously.... Extended cab, diesel, 6 speed M/T... good chance that may replace my 2007!!

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No manual on anything but base models.

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No manual on anything but base models.

 

I will have to get a base and then with the extra money, add what i want/can. I drive alot and refuse to drive a small car and these new trucks arn't small like the old s-10.

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When I say base model I mean like the four cyl gas engine. Manuals have gone away because they offer no advantage anymore. Modern automatics are more efficient and will be quicker in performance tests. These new trucks are tempting, I'd likely go with the V6 because power is way more important than efficiency to me but I don't know if I could get used to something that narrow again. I had a Tacoma and hated how close I felt to the passenger up front.

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Well crap.... but still diesel.......if MPG makes up for extra cost and price of fuel....

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That's doubtful. Someone here did the math on a Ram diesel and even compared to a thirsty V8 it's slim prospects. Against an efficient V6? I'm not holding my breath.

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