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Old 12-30-2007, 12:43 PM   #26
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Old 01-06-2008, 03:51 AM   #27
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turns more then the traction control off. if you want to get crazy with it hold the button in for about 5 sec (don't push and release or you'll still be in TC off mode) and you'll notice it will switch from "traction control off" mode to "stabilitrac off" mode.....which means that both the "nannies" are turned off and you can not only spin the tires...but also get it sideways.
Tested this new theory. Yep, it works.
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Old 01-06-2008, 11:32 AM   #28
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sweet vehicle!!! i love those wheels... how would it look on my K20??? tell me what you guys think. i don't know what the off sets are, but would they work?? anyone??

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Old 01-09-2008, 05:52 AM   #29
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sweet vehicle!!! i love those wheels... how would it look on my K20??? tell me what you guys think. i don't know what the off sets are, but would they work?? anyone??

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Interesting? They are six lug.
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Old 01-09-2008, 06:17 AM   #30
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Interesting? They are six lug.
yes; 6 lug 4X4; i use the 4 wheel drive for the boat ramp; i live in the city and never see offroad action, so street tires are what i would like anyways.
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Old 01-09-2008, 08:50 AM   #31
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Now get it to run like this one...
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Old 01-09-2008, 10:38 AM   #32
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How does it do on the old gas tank?
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How does it do on the old gas tank?
Lol! About like our old trucks do. 12-14mpg city.
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Old 01-09-2008, 11:27 AM   #34
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I've seen that. Pretty heavy mods. I've seen some with a cam swap, tune and supercharger go over 700hp. Like anything, speed costs money.
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I usually turn the nannies off at the track. Only had one pass so far that I was sideways all the way (I hate to lift) through 1st.

Mine (wife's actually) runs high 13's right now. Get some 17" drag slicks, a CAI, headers and a catback, and a slightly higher stall torque convertor... and you can run 12's. I've seen one running high 11's at the motorplex with no power adders.
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Old 01-09-2008, 11:54 AM   #36
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I've seen that. Pretty heavy mods. I've seen some with a cam swap, tune and supercharger go over 700hp. Like anything, speed costs money.
Ryan has plenty of it I'm sure He ran it at the LSX Shootout in Bristol. He was also shown in a magazine this month, can't remember which one though.
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I usually turn the nannies off at the track. Only had one pass so far that I was sideways all the way (I hate to lift) through 1st.

Mine (wife's actually) runs high 13's right now. Get some 17" drag slicks, a CAI, headers and a catback, and a slightly higher stall torque convertor... and you can run 12's. I've seen one running high 11's at the motorplex with no power adders.
Yeah, I see possibilities of good numbers if it hooks up. I plan to play with it a little. Nothing major now till later on when the warranty gets older. For now, K&N filter, exhaust(later), and tune. It takes time and money so this will be ongoing. Gonna do a resonator delete right off.
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Yeah, I see possibilities of good numbers if it hooks up. I plan to play with it a little. Nothing major now till later on when the warranty gets older. For now, K&N filter, exhaust(later), and tune. It takes time and money so this will be ongoing. Gonna do a resonator delete right off.
WAIT!!! DO NOT DO A RES DELETE, ERIC!!! Take and straight pipe it to the resonator. Trust me. And if you dnt believe me ask SS-ROB on TV. It is something else. Got to hear it this weekend . It's soooo sick...
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Old 01-10-2008, 03:21 AM   #39
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WAIT!!! DO NOT DO A RES DELETE, ERIC!!! Take and straight pipe it to the resonator. Trust me. And if you dnt believe me ask SS-ROB on TV. It is something else. Got to hear it this weekend . It's soooo sick...
He commented that in a thread. I plan to meet up with him this spring at North Wilkesboro Strip.
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