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GI.SS

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GI.SS last won the day on February 15 2015

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About GI.SS

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  • Owns
    SS
  • Silverado SS/VHO/TrailBlazerSS Color
    Black
  • SS/VHO/TrailBlazerSS Year
    2006
  • Drivetrain Config
    2WD

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    Steve
  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Fayetteville

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  1. art stopped making them. always could get a stock cover and hydro dip it.
  2. if you decide to sell individual parts please let us know.
  3. bump list updated to what is left.
  4. NC right outside ft Bragg
  5. I don't at the moment. It's all there and works awesome. Complete setup. One line is even brand new! Haha yea honestly I'm burned out and pursuing a business opportunity in the next few months so liquidating and chasing after it.
  6. all parts have around 500 miles rancho 9 way rear shocks (for s10) ill get lengths $125 Scruggs 80e swap crossmember 4l80 torn down, inspected, with hd2 shift kit. $800 scew in iat sensor with pigtail $35
  7. Greyhound is the way to go
  8. Use lsx truck accessories. Iv used the lsx to traditional sbe motor stand brackets. You will need to custom ac bracket that mounts it up top. If 2wd, reuse your factory crossmember and just drill new bolts holes (depending which trans you go with) I think on ls1truck.com there's a complete parts list
  9. GI.SS

    rolling 1/2 mile

    not far off from mine ....
  10. simple nitrous kit will get you there easily. with smaller pills and a tune
  11. GI.SS

    rolling 1/2 mile

    I also would like to know more about the build
  12. GI.SS

    rolling 1/2 mile

    I'm curious how those street r tires will work. I know the pros are just a plain great tire. And the et streets are alright. I'm not a huge fan Myself and really want to try m+h, but the street r's don't seem bad so far
  13. No they're right. A tbss intake is prolly best bang for the buck. Add a cam and any of those intakes will pick up As that's what they were designed for
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