April 26, 2011I have a 2003 2500 Suburban 6.0. We plan on traveling to Canada this summer, pulling a 30` travel trailer, and a family of 5, and am looking for something that will give me, Power, Economy, and can change fuel/air ratio based on elevation. Also any other tips would be great. As in, Should I put a cold air intake on? Should I change the manifolds and exhaust? (and whether or not they would actually improve my preformance vs. cost ratio)etc etc. Thanks
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April 26, 2011Charles Wheatley tune. I`m all most 100% positive he lives in Texas (not sure where) He has a lot of good good reviews, plus like a said living in Texas yall might be able to meet up and get a live tune instead of a mail order one (better.)
April 26, 2011Is the 6.0 even worth the money spent to beef it up? Drives great, tows great, just have to go slower than normal.
April 26, 2011o hell the 6.0 is what everyone wants to swap into their trucks! Wheatley actually put that into his half ton and is running some very fast times with it.
April 28, 2011
Is the 6.0 even worth the money spent to beef it up? Drives great, tows great, just have to go slower than normal.
You think it runs good now Wait till you get it tuned. Yes, It`s worth tuning
April 28, 2011i would do the tune! and long tube headers. 6.0l is a beast. got a lot of power and in a half ton it would be ON.
2000, GMC 2500 6.0L 4L80E, 4.10, Black Bear tune.
April 28, 2011Well, I took the Took the Burban and had the shop put the proper shocks on the vehicle, and wow what a world of difference. They had put the GR-2`s on it, and it was squishy and swayed tons. So I had them put the MonoMax from KYB put on...they didn`t charge me, I had told them it was for towing. So with the money saved, I went and had a full diagnostic and scope done, runs perfect. So, what do I do, add a cold air intake and a Bully Dog performance gauge and tuner put in...Now there was some hidden power. Then I just changed all 4 shocks on the TT. It is a night and day difference now. I am not as exhausted from trying to keep the damn thing from swinging everywhere. And the extra power really helps. Anyone have any opinions on the set up? Should I add more? Less? Anyways, she really opens up now. Can`t wait for Friday so I can go have my Father/Son weekend on the river. Gonna take the back roads that are hilly and see if there is any improvement.