If you put a turbo or two on it we will let you slide. haha. I want to do that conversion so bad. High dollar though. Looks good MichDoes this count?
Yes its my DD, It'll be a dedicated race truck eventually.Do you daily drive that beast
Are you planning to convert to auto or staying g56? I'd go for a more responsive turbo such as 72/83/.90 with external gate being a 6 speed having to let off between each gear. Between EFI Live and PCS, it daily drives fine but I do not tow nor would attempt it. I don't think you'd like an s480 with a g56.What kind of turbo you running and what kinda fuel eventually here soon ill start building mine and Idk if I want a s475 turbo or a s480 the thing about the s480 will it even be street able
I want a high HP truck just for the heck of it that I can drive daily if I want and take to the track ever once in awhile
If anything, I'd say it's better for it. Moving the axle closer to the leafs should reduce axle wrap. Big lifted trucks that have huge blocks between axle and leaf tend to have the most axle wrap. Now when you start taking out overloads and full leafs, you will get axle wrap also. At least this is true for my truck, It'd hop so bad before I did the cal tracs. It also changes weight transfer.Thanks, I haven't had any ill effects of taking the blocks out of the rear. I don't know why it would be bad for the axle, gm's don't come with any kind of block in the rear.
I took one full coil from the top of my 4wd coils, I don't know if the 2wd coils are the same?
No I haven't made a build thread for this truck yet. You can PM me if you have any questions on doing it.Do you have any posts on how you converted to shortbed? :drool2:
I ran 20x12 then went to 20x10. No rubbing now.I've been researching a bunch and seeing pics of guys rides with both, just having a hard time deciding between 20x10 -19offset or the 20x12 -44offset.