It also does not have any affect on warranty because it cannot be detected by the dealer, it is 100% transparent to their Tec2 scanner. You can go all-out with a supercharger and nitrous, but expect shortened life. To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. It is illegal for them to refuse you a warranty claim. I use regular 87 octane. To a certain point, driving like a granny will improve the fuel economy. That's 1 mpg per decade.
Gas mileage while towing: there is none. Its her car in the end and shes paying for it. Haven't driven it much since 1996 No air, no power, primitive by current standards and that was the last time I changed the oil. Ran Delvac 1 after a 3,000 mile break-in, and had oil changes every 2-3 years. You may have to before you can post: click the register link above to proceed.
As you drop the backpressure the torque curve goes up the rpm band. Is your Yukon the 5. I haven't had to do much in terms of repairs so far. Just like I haven't seen any real gains on my commercial equipment to justify the extra expense, with the exception of rad shutters and an air-powered cooling fan. The weight of passengers, cargo and options or accessories may reduce the amount you can tow. I had a 95 Suburban, it got 16mpg and was outright lame.
To me it would be new body style and either the 1500 with the 5. Jayman, I agree that synthetics are the 1 best thing you could do for your truck. Get 16-18mpg, and better than that on the highway. Bad gas mileage but handles well. Then you can get lazy with servicing.
What do you get on the highway? Do you have the 3. See participating dealer for details. That doesn't happen with a simple air intake system or even a full set of hedders and full free flowing exhaust. It replaced a regular cab '99 5. I really don't see how adding an exhaust or anything that increases airflow and thus burns more fuel is gonna do anything for miledge. I can now debate idiots who complain about high prices.
Does anyone have the mpg numbers for the 8. Just tires and oil changes. Not available with some other offers. I'm with MegaDogmeat on this one. The heavier Yukon has 4. Then again that didnt mean shit if she didnt like it.
I don't want to fiddle with that garbage, I just want something reliable where I turn the key, the thing starts instantly, and off I go. I also figured the oil cooler, trans cooler, awd, ride assist, quadra steer and wheel base would make it tow a lot safer. Comfortable with plenty of space for everything. . At work we have an 01 2500hd with the 8. Otherwise my truck is factory stock. Do you have the 3.
I have heard at least 20hp. Granted I still don't gain the fullsize, but it gives me the power. I also don't think you get much restriction in the air box as my air box has the original filter and the restriction indicator hasen't budged. Sun roof is a plus and leather seats are great. I rebuilt my compressor and drier to get mine working but I know I could use a new set of shocks at all 4 corners.
Lowest compression is 135, highest 150: not much different from new. Like the 2 junkyard guys who tweeked a Capri and got 80 mpg driving coast to coast. V10 Excursion or 2005 6. Primary Use: Family transportation We Think This Is The Perfect Family Vehicle And We Know You'll Be Happy If You Purchase One. Day late and a dollar short but here is my 2 cents- We have a 2005 5. This is calculating them the old way with a pencil. Trailer weight ratings are calculated assuming properly equipped vehicle, plus driver and one passenger.