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  1. Love the truck. My first SS. 05 AWD. I lowered it, put 24's on it, BTR stage 2 cam, trunnion kit, push rods and lot of other stuff. It had .660 valve springs, headers and intake. Feels like it has a shift kit but not sure. I ordered a speed engineering exhaust but wont be available for a few weeks. Waiting a bit to get it tuned. I'm not sure what else I want to do. I think I'm going with AutoCal V3 Tuning System from Black Bear performance I work from home so its doesnt get drove much. Currently somewhat stock exhaust with gutted cats and flowmaster muffler.
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  2. Back together! Aside from the rear bumper I didn't have time to put on. First I POR15'd the brackets for the cladding Made sure to test fit everything before I drill any holes I felt bad drilling into these nice clean rockers haha But I did make sure to spray lots of rust proofing in the holes even though it will never see salt All riveted back on Back together! ?? backed it out of the garage to see if outside
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  3. Just finishing up the mechanical and tuning on the LSA install. 6.0 LQ9 with CnC’d LSA heads FIC 850cc Injectors (updated* 1000cc) 2 Bar MAP (updated* 3 bar) Comp Cam 54-454-11 LSA Supercharger 7.8 lower/ 2.35 upper (updated* 9.2 lower / 2.35 upper) 103mm Nick Williams TB 5 inch JLT CAI LS3 Blade MAF (updated* speed density) 1 7/8 headers 3 inch exhaust 3500 Circle D stall 4L80e All Wheel Drive
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  4. Finally got my differential narrowed and installed my bonspeed 22s 6in lip on the rears truck is dropped 4-6 ?
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  5. Hey everyone! It's been YEARS since I've been on the forum. So I guess I'll reintroduce myself lol. I've got a 2004 SSS that I bought new. I've lowered it and put on an exhaust but that's all for performance mods. Recently I installed a Retrax tonneau cover and Yakima Overhaul rack system. Hoping to get more active in the forum since I've got the mod bug again.
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  8. i have box cladding all 4 pcs and brackets to install
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  9. Hello everyone, I'm here across the world working in Saudi Arabia and stumbled upon a 1995 Chevy Suburban 2500 4x4 with a beautiful red Lingerfelter engine. The Suburban has only 31,000 miles and is almost perfect on the inside, but shows signs of old age and sun fading in some areas on the outside. I was wondering.. is it worth shipping back to the US and selling it there, or that is not worth the trouble?... Thanks for your thoughts...
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  10. Found my problem... 1 side of the coolant crossover pipe on the rear side of the engine was leaking from the o-ring gasket... I bought the replacement felpro gaskets that have 4 and replaced both rear ones and front ones since I was there already... pretty simple and cheap fix... trucks been good ever since... hopefully someone finds this useful in the future 👍🏼
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  11. Update. I got the Black Bear Performance EFILive AutoCal. Black Bear tuned it and made a huge difference. They did a great Job with the tuning. Then I installed the full speed engineering dual 3" exhaust with headers. Hated it ! Tooo loud and lost major low end torque. I changed it up using a single 3" pipe and much happier with the sound vs dual 3"s. Still lost some low end torque but I have no cats now and it is flowing way more then the previous exhaust. Put in bigger injectors recommended after the tune to help the stage 2 cam. Waiting on Black Bear Performance to help m
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  12. TVS2650 INSTALLED
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  13. It has been a long time since I've been an active participant on this site, but I have come back as I feel that my truck could be most appreciated here. I am looking to sell my 2003 Red SS with currently 80,055 miles on it, I bought it as a leftover in April of 2004. It is clean with no body rust, garaged pretty much it's whole life except for a most of a year when I was building. Mostly stock, besides painting the grills black, tinted windows and a bedrug. I've probably averaged 1500 miles a year in the past 5 years and it is time to update it to something that I can use to tow, I've only
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  14. Finally out enjoying this thing!
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  15. You stole that one! Worth a lot more in my opinion. Congrats
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  16. Stock HP is 345. The stock transmission is marginal in the first place. If yours is still original (not been rebuilt) and with that many miles, you might need a transmission rebuild in the not too distant future. Adding 125 HP to my 03 SS with a Radix Supercharger, caused the stock transmission to wear out at 70k (installed the supercharger at 2,500 miles). That should give you some idea about what you can expect from the transmission.
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  17. Thanks! I can't wait to see all of them on in spring! I got alot done over the last couple weeks! I finished the headliner. I also ordered the full corsa exhaust. I had the custom made side exit for awhile but I never was in love with it, but this Corsa kit is amazing! Then I got some diesel led front LED switch back turn signal bulbs. The best thing about them is they have a build in resistor so there is no need to chop up the factory wiring! https://dieselleds.com/collections/chevy-2500-3500-1999-2007/products/lumenex-switchback I also got a K Designs 3D
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  18. Traverse City, MI SSS glam shot. Nothing more.
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  19. Thanks! Unfortunately I haven't had time to finish it yet I because I came down with COVID. But yesterday I did test fit a wheel and I cannot wait to see them all on come spring!
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  20. Started the headliner repair. I was able to find some suede that closely matches the stock color Typical sagging Took me awhile to scrape off all of the old glue. But be carful not to damage the fiberglass headliner New material all laid out! I'll let it dry for a few days before I re install everything. I also still have to re cover the sun visors.
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  21. Hey guys, I am toying with the idea of parting ways with my truck. It has the following mods. Magnuson 2300 supercharger , Flt level 7 trans with Circle D 25-2800 stal trans, upgraded cam and valve springs, lowered 3/5,goodmark cowl induction hood, Gaylord Speedstur X2000 bed cover,led conversion inside and out, Magna flow duel exhaust. This truck has 51xxx miles and will only need tires. I have only driven the truck maybe 300 miles this year and it is rust free...never driven in snow or rain since I have owned it.Truck was purchased in 04 with 18xxx on the clock. I cherish this truc
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  22. OH YES? I've dreamed of these wheels since I got the truck, now just have to wait for spring
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  23. (scratching head) you did see that he posted in 2016 these items are sold, right? Richard
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  24. I have a 2006 Silverado ISS clone single cab I introduced myself a couple days back this would be my ISS build tread. The day I got it 10/13/15 Getting the cladding install and a new paint 1/23/16 Pickup the truck from paint 3/18/16 Did the headliner and accessories gray 4/25/16 Got some Caltracs 4/27/16 Got some hids/lids inside and out 5/8/16 Got my ISS seats 5/22/16 Got my drop kit complete to install 6/3/16 Finally got my 6/8 drop 10/8/16
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  25. Not a bad looking truck... I also have a single cab truck that I would like to start working on it ?
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  26. I don't know man. I've seen a lot of single cab Intimidator SSS, in all colors! ???
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  27. Most likely same part on any 6.5' bed GMT800 truck, gonna be lots of them in boneyards that aren't in road salt areas. Shipping probably cost more than the part.. Richard
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  28. *fleetside, anyway. The stepside bumper is different. Guess I should've mentioned that in case you go boneyard hunting, but I'll also guess if yours is all rusted out, other used bumpers are, too. New ones are pretty inexpensive. If you're somewhere that it's gonna see salt, a chrome one might last longer than a plain painted one, and you won't see it anyway. Chrome costs more but if it lasts longer, may be worth it. Richard
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  29. I agree, I have never used it before but I will be from now on! I finished this weekend. I also installed the shorter bump stops to accommodate for the drop kit
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  30. To answer your questions; It handles slightly better I want to eventuality do a bigger front sway bar and a rear sway bar. The right is just as smooth as stock but I did get the correct drop shocks for it. Slight ribbing on full lock with stock wheel/tire combo but very minor. Overall extremely happy with it. Detailed it all up yesterday
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  31. Tradeing in my 03 ss for a newer gmc sierra. 2018 elevation. Hard choice. But had 17 yrs wit my ss. Always have my memories. Wanna say thank. U to all who helped me ova the yrs. Wit modeing n advice. Wish u all best of luck. N good health. So long.
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  32. I got the 2/2 drop in! Here are some quick pics. She needs a good detail!
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  33. One of the guys requested this look, I like it so I am passing it on for you all to see:
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  34. I recently bought a new house so the SSS has been put to work! But of course after a long day of hauling she got a good detail
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  35. I agree! They almost look like they could be stock. Minnesota winters were not kind to the rear bumper. But its all fixed now!
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  36. ? good to know your issues are fixed... I’m on a 4-6 drop on my 2wd SS, so didn’t have issues with a 1pc driveshaft since mine has the 2pc.. I am also running McGaughys helper bags and they do make a difference in towing and ride.. I will never run a drop kit without helpers from now on
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  37. 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
    1 point
  38. I’ve remained quite about this issues for a while until I could get more info. While I’ve sold many brackets and had a ton of positive feedback, it bothers me someone wasn’t happy and got poor results. Well, it’s taken a while to get to the bottom of it but I believe I know the reason why Proatv13 had the issue he had. He explained how he bled his brakes and that he “didn’t know what a Tech 2 scan tool is”. This is a huge red flag. With modern day vehicles, if air gets trapped in the ABS pump, you can have the best brakes in the world but they will be mushy and soft if air is trapped in the li
    1 point
  39. I used the have diode setup I did not like. I did research online and found this company called Fleece performance and they make a "ALL LIGHT MODULE" I purchase one a couple years ago and it works great! here is the LINK: https://fleeceperformance.com/gm-all-lights-on-module.html
    1 point
  40. Trucks been polished and put aways till spring next year. Few small updates happening soon.
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  41. It's in! It's finally in! Now to tune it with BlackBear... Sent from my XT1650 using Tapatalk
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  42. So it arrived today! I'll be sure to post the build as soon as it happens. Sent from my XT1650 using Tapatalk
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  43. Took a couple of pictures with her bogarts
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