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  4. ***UPDATE*** The AutoCals should be shipping out from EFILive next week. As soon as we receive them we will email everyone who has pre ordered, and you can pay the balance and we will get them shipped out to you.
  5. The key is running a proper tune, you need s TBSS OS in the ECM and yes. You'll be able to run the stock BCM. However. You need a truck TCM OS. And those don't have tapshift capability. Only gear range select.
  6. Will there be any issues with BCM compatability? Trying to include factory options on the transmission such as tap shift. Any other issues to look out for?
  7. I used this truck to tow a truck I bought at a salvage auction, I have to say it pulls fantastically
  8. Thank you! I have always like it in that spot on the SS's. There is some drone but its not terrible Thanks! haha I've wanted one of these for years I just can't wait to get it where I want it to be I know its sad, not to many nice ones left here. My dad runs a body shop in Monticello! I have read that, thanks for the heads up. Thank you!
  9. Man I wish I knew about this before I bought a new set of OEM lines. I was just going to replace the rubber part with braided stainless steel lines, but honestly this is a better idea.
  10. Yeah you’ll be fine. I’m running Braided from there to the cooler.. I think it looks better than the factory lines. Also doing my trans cooler lines in braided too
  11. Ahh I see.. so basically it replaces that plate and then also allows you to run your own lines. Do you think I'd be able to run braided stainless steel lines the whole way? The OEM oil cooler lines are part hard-line and part rubber.
  12. https://www.summitracing.com/parts/ear-ls0012erl?cm_mmc=ppc-google-_-search-_-brands-_-keyword&gclid=Cj0KCQjwn7j2BRDrARIsAHJkxmwOoRCbAQE1r5K0EhLyrc02ZAY_DN99_O2-YhHEGWwCmSMM1B6WtGoaAspEEALw_wcB
  13. Are they long tubes? I’d be interested for sure
  14. 2005 Chevy SS AWD truck Extremely clean inside and out Only 29k original miles. Manga supercharger high performance crank pistons and cam transmission ported heads also mild enough to be a daily driver. 26 inch Asanti 3 piece wheels with new tires 6 piston Bare breaks all the way around big sound system with touch screen. Serious inquiries only please! You will not find another Chevy AWD truck with this package and mileage!! $25,000.00 sweet deal!!! 702-321-1979
  15. 2005 Chevy SS AWD truck. Extremely clean inside and out Only 29k original miles. Manga supercharger high performance crank pistons and cam transmission ported heads also mild enough to be a daily driver. 26 inch Asanti 3 piece wheels with new tires 6 piston Bare breaks all the way around big sound system with touch screen. Serious inquiries only please! You will not find another Chevy AWD truck with this package and mileage!! $25,000.00 sweet deal!!!
  16. You will need a complete gen 4 swap with ECM/TCM.
  17. Hey Keith, I'm having the same problem. The drain is open as water drains out, but the box is leaking inside. I was able to remove the first cover which basically covers the heater core. But then there is a 2nd cover for the A/C evaporator and that's what's leaking. but it's very hard to see where or why it's leaking. You can take this 2nd cover lose a bit, but I can't remove it without taking the dash out. So I'm thinking to use some RTV and try to seal up the 2nd cover. Just curious if you figured this out and solved it yet. Seems like we have the exact same issue.
  18. I spy aftermarket clear reflector headlights/signals, give 'em a good look-over and see if you can't seal them up pre-emptively. I had the same ones and they started getting moisture inside and it wrecked the plating in the signal reflectors in a big hurry. Then the clear peeled on the headlights.. I don't recall if they started getting wet inside or not, too. I saved them in case I ever get the balls to bake my OEM replacements open and swap the clear reflectors out. Your truck's coming around nicely! Richard
  19. glad to see a SSS saved! Too many around MN rusted. People here just treat them as a regular ol truck. Good job on the work done so far! Where did you have the paint/ body work done? I am neighbor over east in Blaine.
  20. Dont waste your money on an fittings. Just take the old lines out and cut the crimp part off the lines. Under the crimp is a slightly barbed line. I used some good braided hose and clamps.
  21. Anyone selling a set of Front and Back Calipers including brackets for SS AWD....
  22. Still available, thanks. Jason
  23. Congrats on the New To You SS! I traded in my 03 SS in fall of 2018. Still miss it a bit. Take a look at Amp Research, they have a power retractable running board and they tuck up quite nicely when retracted.
  24. Dayum Dude, You don't mess around. That's a lot of work and parts and it's turning out really good.
  25. I had my battery cables get a little bit loose and lost clock and dead key then truck started. I went to store and truck was dead and would not start or turn over, no power. It finally started and made it home. I checked battery cables and they had a tiny bit of wiggle in both. I tightened then up and no more loss of power or clock. That was a week ago and the truck still has trouble idling to the point of dying and nearly causing me to wreck. This truck has always acted up anytime I have removed power. Does anyone have a sure fire procedure for forcing a relearn? I had power off for about a week one time when I changed water pump and all hoses and it took a full two weeks or more to ever get right. Help, I nearly wrecked going to get a paper this morning.
  26. 2007 Classic available in SS, too. Just not many of 'em.. and yes, RWD only just like 2006. Richard
  27. Last yr of SS was 06 rear wheel drive.....ok
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