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 on: Today at 05:50 
Started by ygmn - Last post by ygmn
This topic has been moved to Problems: Drivetrain & Steering.

https://www.chevyavalanchefanclub.com/cafcna/index.php?topic=154091.0

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 on: Today at 02:51 
Started by GoldBowTie - Last post by GoldBowTie
Last year we had the lowest temperature.
I guess this year we can have the lowest attendance?

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 on: Yesterday at 20:16 
Started by MyBigToy - Last post by MS03 2500



Apples to Oranges. After reading the article the whole way through, they clearly state two different methods of using the dyno. Lots of other variables in there. Temperature in the booth, elevation, humidity. That's why there's also correction factors involved. I wouldn't get too excited about it until you buy one and test it the same way GM test theirs.

You know I'm not going to buy one, that would be a senior moment way past a midlife crisis.

Case in point a 2019 ZR1 does a quarter mile in 10.8-seconds at 133.1 MPH with 755 horsepower, no way did GM not underrate the horse power on the 2020




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 on: Yesterday at 19:51 
Started by dna9656 - Last post by MS03 2500
From the bottom, unplug it and there is a clip holding it on.

If i remember right

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 on: Yesterday at 18:46 
Started by GoldBowTie - Last post by ohiobellboy
Working. We're out.

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 on: Yesterday at 18:42 
Started by Fowlhunter - Last post by ohiobellboy
Guess I wasn’t in the group but I did attend one lol :thumbsup:

Yeah, me too.  :wave:

The regular offenders, I meant attendees :4:

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 on: Yesterday at 18:28 
Started by MyBigToy - Last post by ohiobellboy
Did Motor Trend really bust GM with their 495  horsepower rating on the 2020 Corvette.

Hummmm it runs 2.8 0-60 and 11.1 seconds in the quarter mile at 128.

So Motor trend decided to strap it to a dyno. Busted  :laugh:

https://www.motortrend.com/news/2020-chevrolet-corvette-c8-power-dyno/





Apples to Oranges. After reading the article the whole way through, they clearly state two different methods of using the dyno. Lots of other variables in there. Temperature in the booth, elevation, humidity. That's why there's also correction factors involved. I wouldn't get too excited about it until you buy one and test it the same way GM test theirs.

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 on: Yesterday at 17:08 
Started by dna9656 - Last post by dna9656
Hi all! I have an 06 Z71 1500 Avalanche. The TCCM IS NOT behind the pass. kick panel but behind the speedometer or "Instrument Cluster. I have had the cluster out in the past to repair the gauge motors. I got a page fromt he service manula from another member (thanks you so much!) that shows where the module is but no  indication on how to get to it. HELP PLEASE!

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 on: Yesterday at 11:33 
Started by SudburyJeff - Last post by Boyd S.
I did not know that for the steering wheel  heater to work it must be below 32 degrees. Thank you. I spend my winters 
in Florida so I never tried to use it until this year. I will just have to wait for a cold day here in New York.

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 on: Yesterday at 10:59 
Started by MyBigToy - Last post by MS03 2500
Did Motor Trend really bust GM with their 495  horsepower rating on the 2020 Corvette.

Hummmm it runs 2.8 0-60 and 11.1 seconds in the quarter mile at 128.

So Motor trend decided to strap it to a dyno. Busted  :laugh:

https://www.motortrend.com/news/2020-chevrolet-corvette-c8-power-dyno/





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