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  1. Im young and like loud i want the loudest most nasty sounding muffler for my truck without going muffler delete i kinda like the raspy popping noises of a muffler delete but want something a little more tame . i do not car about drone at all bump
  2. Ok I have the intake manifold from a trailblazer ss it's all put together with the fuel rails, injectors, injector pigtail adapters, and cross over rail. My question is it doesn't have the piece combing out of the back for the hose that goes on to the brake. Would I be able to take the one off my stock intake manifold and put it in or would I have to buy that piece new? I'll upload the picture of it
  3. 2008 Saab 9-7x Aero 80k Miles Original Texas Title 6.0L V8 LS2 4" Air Intake Ported and Polished Throttle Body LS1 F-Body Electric Cooling Fans w/Nelson 3-relay Harness 160* Thermostat Nitrous Outlet 90mm Wet Plate NGK TR6 Spark Plugs MSD Spark Plug Wires ASP 25% Under Drive Pulley Full Computer Tune Pacesetter Ceramic Coated Long Tube Headers and Off-Road Y-Pipe 3.5"in /3.5" out Magnaflow Race Muffler Custom Center Mount 3.5" Exhaust System DJM Modified Upper Control Arms Belltech Adjustable Height Front Struts McGaughey's Front Lowering Springs Modified TBSSOwners.com 30.5" Rear Lowering Springs Belltech Rear Shocks Recently Replaced With A Low Mileage 4L70E w/ Phoenix Transmissions 3,500 RPM Stall Torque Converter B&M Super Oil Cooler AWD w/ 4.10:1 Torsen T3 Front Diff / 4.10:1 14-bolt Eaton LSD Rear Diff Carbon Flash Metallic Exterior (Aero Exclusive) w/lower plastic paint matched Black/Ebony Leather Seats, Power Front Seats, Aero Embroidered Front Seats Leather Wrapped Steering Wheel, Shift Knob, and Door Panels Aero Embroidered Floor Mats TBSS Gauge Cluster w/Aero Needles and Bezel (8k RPM, 140 MPH stock is 7k rpm/120mph) Navigation, Sunroof, CD Player, XM Radio, On-Star Rear DVD Entertainment System w/2 Headsets and Remote Emergency Air Compressor w/Air Hose and Gauge (Factory Built-In) Factory Projected HID headlights w/6000k HID Bulbs Factory Projected Fog lights w/3,000k HID Bulbs LED's Inside and Out 20x8" Saab 6-Spoke Aero Wheels Powder Coated Black with 275/45/20 Hankook Ventus Tires with about 80% life left The Aero has all the factory options except rain sensing wipers and headlight washers (both useless in my opinion). It has a little over 80k miles on it. I have raced it numerous times at the 1/4 mile track but I never abused it. I only use Mobil 1 Synthetic Oil and change it every 2-3k miles. The stock transmission was replaced recently with another low mileage 4L70E (about 3k miles ago). I also had the converter rebuilt when I changed out the transmission. Also has new u-joints and rebalanced driveshafts. I did my own tuning and mechanic work on it. I did dyno it when it was close to stock and it put down 315 AWHP but it runs high 12's in the 1/4 mile N/A and high 11's on the nitrous. I just put the nitrous kit on recently (500 mi.) I recently lowered it as well (about 2k mi.). I put new front rotors, brake pads, and wheels hubs when doing the drop kit. For more pics and the list of all my mods, go here... http://www.fquick.com/garages/Saab/9-7x/2008/32988 FYI: Only 500 Aero's were offered in 2008 and 119 in 2009. There were only 2 colors available, Carbon Flash Metallic and Diamond Silver. This is very similar to a TBSS except for the cosmetic differences and the retail price when new. $16,500 If you have any questions or would like more details/pics, let me know. Jesse (214)729- TWO ONE FIVE EIGHT Thanks! http://youtu.be/jIw4ETaWadc http://youtu.be/xzLPOsXLxzQ
  4. Hey guys I need some help on what wheels to get for my truck. The wheels pictured on my truck now came with it when I bought it. Not real crazy about them, I want it to have more of a factory look. Def want to stay with the 22's, but I am torn between the tbss or sss reps. Also even more torn on what finish, chrome, silver, or competition grey. I know this has been discussed on here a lot, but wanted some opinions from the experts who have seen one of these options in person, there are no blue ss's in my area, and I kind of like that. I am leaning towards the silver sss 22 reps, they would match the ss badges and the grey in the front bumper. I do not want black, and my truck is an 03 awd with a 2/2 drop.
  5. For Sale: 2006 Trailblazer SS AWD 3SS Black with 157,863 miles. Truck is fully loaded except for rear seat entertainment. This includes full leather interior, navigation (w/map disc) with Bose sound, automatic climate control, and rain sensing wipers. Most miles are highway miles I drive about 70+ miles round trip to work. The truck is in excellent condition for the amount of miles. The truck runs great and all maintenance has been done. This truck needs nothing, it is ready to drive. Interior is in excellent condition with little wear, truck has never been smoked in. Exterior is in good condition, it does have some door dings, and and a dent in the front fender (See Picture). The truck is completely stock with the original 6.0L LS2 engine, no modifications ever. Oil changes always done with Mobil 1 synthetic oil. Tires have a little less than 75% of the tread remaining. Two brand new Timken USA made (I made sure of this when purchasing) front wheel bearings installed less than 3 months ago. Last fall the front axle was completely replaced with a new take out OEM axle assembly (no damage to the original it was leaking). This included a new driver and passenger side assembly with a new cross shaft. The CV axles were replaced at this time as well. Spark plugs and wires were also replaced at this time with new OEM parts. The upper front ball joints were also replaced just before the wheel bearings. When I purchased the truck ~20,000+ miles ago there was a new water pump installed with all new belts and a complete coolant flush. When I purchased the truck, I changed the transfer case fluid as well as changed the rear axle oil with GM synthetic, limited slip oil. I can help arrange shipping as well. I can typically get a car shipped for $.50~.60 per mile if needed. Price: $11,500 Many more pics are available here: MORE PICS
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