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  1. Since I can't produce these in any sort of quantity any more, the pricing fluctuates according to demand with my machinist and availability of any gears that I can find/buy. I used to have quite a few done at a time, but now they're all basically one offs and the machinist has to charge for setup for each gear now instead of spreading the cost across a bunch of gears. Currently I can only get new gears from the manufacturer, all my sources for cores have dried up.
  2. If you don't mind the driver side cat being cut so I can ship it, I have a set of them.
  3. I have quite a few of these....shooting you a PM
  4. I don't know of anyone selling used ones, but I'm the guy that makes them. Let me know if you're interested in getting one and I can send prices.
  5. Then why is he coming by to pick up mine later this week?
  6. If you're still looking, I have one as well. I'm in SE Michigan.
  7. I checked my PMs and didn't see anything. I sent you a PM with pricing.
  8. I don't keep them on the shelf anymore, there isn't enough demand for these. I can still modify the gears though, you either need to send me a gear or I can buy a brand new gear and have it modified. PM me for pricing if you're interested.
  9. Just saw this thread. Thanks for the recommendations! Definitely don't buy the PATC kit. It uses a smaller diameter output shaft (one of the main reasons to go to a 4L80E is the bigger output shaft). I have heard of several guys breaking them with just moderate power. I've had guys put over 1,600 hp thru my gear and I haven't had a SINGLE failure.
  10. It will fit any truck with cathedral ports which our 6.0L LQ9s have.
  11. I've got a Magnacharger TVS1900 that would fit nicely and give you lots of power!
  12. I've got a complete Magnacharger TVS1900 Supercharger kit for sale. It came off of my wife's 2009 Silverado with a 5.3L. It only has about 4,500 miles on it. Shortly after I put it on, we found a deal on another car we couldn't pass up so we traded the truck in without the supercharger. Everything is in EXCELLENT/Clean condition. I had absolutely no problems with it at all and it made great power. Everything in the kit is included that you need for the install. I took pictures of just about everything except for a couple small misc bolts/brackets that I have bagged in a small box. Includes the supercharger belt and pink 42# injectors. The kit is still new enough that all the printing is still visible on the belt and hasn't wore off. It's part number 01-19-60-001-BL from Magnacharger. SOLD!!!!!! Fitment per Magnacharger: 2007.5-2010 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 4.8L 2007.5-2010 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 5.3L 2007.5-2010 GMC Sierra 1500 4.8L 2007.5-2010 GMC Sierra 1500 5.3L Don't quote me on this but I've heard this kit can be installed on the 1999-2006 trucks as well and many people prefer it as it has a larger heat exchanger. You just need to fit the heat exchanger and provide a fuel pump. For return style fuel lines, you can buy a new fitting block from Magnacharger for a return style setup on the fuel rails.
  13. I had this on my 2003 Silverado SS for about 6,000 miles before I upgraded to a 4L80E. It's an excellent flexplate and never had any problems with it at all. It is SFI approved, and will come with the ARP bolts as pictured. It can be run with a 3 bolt or custom 6 bolt torque converter. I was running it with a standard 3 bolt Yank torque converter. This should fit all 4.8L, 5.3L and 6.0L truck motors without the extended crank hubs (99-00 6.0Ls only if I remember right). This is for running a standard 4L60E/4L65E transmission. SOLD
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