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Time2Kill

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  1. These brackets are to bolt a Tru-Cool Max 4739 Transmission cooler to a 1500 Silverado. It uses all the factory bolt locations so no drilling is required. These brackets are made out of 1/8" Aluminum. The driver side transmission line did not need any modification other than being pulled over a couple of inches. The passenger transmission line has to be cut and spun about 180*. This is done by cutting the line, spinning it 180* and using a standard compression fitting to put it back together. My transmission temps are about 160* with a Yank TT3000 in 70*~80* weather. These are ready to ship. $55 shipped for just the brackets. $70 shipped for the brackets and all necessary hardware to install the brackets. Includes quick disconnect fittings for the cooler, compression fitting, bolts, and nuts. You get everything as pictured except for the temp sensor. That is just to show that there is a spot for the temp sensor to snap into. I also sell the Tru-Cool Max 4739 Cooler as well. It is $140 shipped or $205 shipped with the brackets and hardware.
  2. There seems to be enough interest, so I'm having a small batch made. I should be able to pick them up later today and be able to ship them out tomorrow. I'll have hardware tomorrow or Saturday if anyone wants a kit with hardware. Let me know
  3. $45 shipped for just the brackets. $65 shipped for the brackets and all necessary hardware to install the brackets. Includes quick disconnect fittings for the cooler, compression fitting, bolts, and nuts.
  4. I just finished making brackets to bolt a Tru-Cool Max 4739 Transmission cooler to my truck. It uses all the factory bolt locations so no drilling is required. These are made out of 1/8" Aluminum. The driver side transmission line did not need any modification other than being pulled over a couple of inches. The passenger transmission line had to be cut and spun about 180*. I used a standard compression fitting to put it back together. My transmission temps are about 160* with a Yank TT3000 in 70* weather. Would anyone else be interested in a set of these brackets? I could have a few sets of these made up pretty quickly if there was an interest for them. Let me know!
  5. I was actually looking to get some of these, except in 220V. Most people do not have 480V 3 Phase unless its an industrial building.
  6. No problem, let me know. I have a 3,500 mile transfer case here also if you are interested. I can install the gear in it so it would be ready to be bolted on.
  7. You actually replied to my thread when I posted about them. Didn't realize that. I've sold quite a few of these and haven't had a single breakage yet. Chuck at FLT has used them for several of their customers also. Here is the thread again: http://www.silveradoss.com/forums/index.ph...&hl=adapter With the adapter, you also need to move the trans mount back (I have the plates you can weld to your existing cross member also to make it a 5 minute job), shorted drive shaft, lengthened propshaft, and extended transmission lines.
  8. Sorry, didn't read through the entire thread, but are you keeping AWD with the 4L80E? If so, I can help you get the input gear for the NVG149 so it bolts up to the 4L80E instead of getting a turned down output shaft that will snap anyways. I had a twin turbo Escalade running one with about 1200hp and it held up just fine. Let me know!
  9. While this intake does fit, I have had quite a few problems with it. The GM 90mm throttle body does not bolt on. You need to slot two holes on the throttle body. You can not run truck style injectors. You also cannot run the fatty style LS1 injectors. You can either run stand skinny LS1 style injectors or pico injectors. I have one on my 414 and was impressed at first, but now I'm regretting the purchase.
  10. I have the following transfer cases left: 2003 24,000 Miles, $895 2003 3,500 Miles, $1095 2003 98,000 Miles, $725 If you want a shipping quote, shoot me a PM with your zipcode.
  11. I have four or five t-cases right now, all 2003 or newer NVG-149. Ranging from 3,500 to 98,000 miles. Shoot me a PM if you are interested. I have no problem shipping them through UPS or freight.
  12. I can do the complete LS2 with accessories, wiring, PCM for $3500 + s/h.
  13. Yes I do. $450 + s/h. It's a 6.0L block from an LQ9.
  14. They are all sold, but I do have a '06 LS2 from a Trailblazer SS with 22,036 Miles.
  15. I have a set of Stainless Works long tubes. In good condition. 3" Collectors. Let me know
  16. He did not tell me how long it should hold pressure for. But I can say, I just got my Aeromotive regulator (13309) hooked up today and I have it set to 58 psi. As soon as the pump shuts off it goes down to about 52 psi, and after 10 minutes it was still at 52 psi. Even though the tech at Aeromotive said it wasn't designed to hold pressure, mine is holding rock steady now after the pump is off. I really hope the Aeromotive regulator solves my problems. I'll know for sure on Monday.
  17. I talked to Aeromotive today, and also confirmed by taking my regulator apart, the regulator will not hold pressure after the fuel pump shuts off. All pressure is leaked through the return line. OEM regulators are designed to hold pressure though to be able meet EPA standards for cranking/starting emissions. Your truck in stock form should definitely be able to hold pressure which I have also confirmed in the above post.
  18. What else are you looking for? I have parted out a couple of trucks and still have quite a few parts left. I have center caps for $16 each and I have a passenger air duct for $14. Prices do not include shipping. Pics below:
  19. I was able to hook a mechanical guage straight to my fuel line today. It shoots up to 125 psi, and after about 15 minutes, it only went down to a 115 psi. The regulator is definitely bleeding off all the pressure. I'm currently using a professional products regulator (came with a set of fuel rails I bought). I think I'm going to pickup an Aeromotive regulator tomorrow and see what it does.
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