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There is no getting around the fact that swapping out the rear suspension is an involved process. But, it’s actually not as overwhelming as it might seem – assuming you’re comfortable doing some welding.

When Chevrolet first introduced the COPO Camaro in 2011, the fifth-generation Camaro was the canvas

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Further fueling your fuelie knowledge

Imagine for a minute that the amazing, over-caffeinated meatbag you call your body actually isn’t so amazing. That every energy-expending action you make—from the tiniest facial expression to a full-on sprint—requires instantaneous and precise fuel intake. Aside from holding really

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GM PCM’s with IAC drivers (needed for “Drive by Cable”)
SERV. NO.- HWD NO. –
12200411 – xxxxxxxx – 2002 F-Body, Corvette, S10, IAC DRIVERS INSTALLED
09354896 – xxxxxxxx – IAC DRIVERS INSTALLED.
12576106 – 12570558 – 2003 G-VAN, LM7, IAC DRIVERS INSTALLED. ALSO C-TRUCK LM7
12582605 – 12580786 –

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The first generation small block was revised to create the second generation LT1/LT4 that was used for some applications from ’92 to ’97, but the results didn’t satisfy the people at GM Powertrain, so they started all over in ’91 and designed a brand new small block.
It’s officially called

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Upgrading to Gen III LS-Series PCM: Electric Fan Guide
Gen III PCMs are powerful control modules but they are of little use without tuning software to change engine (and transmission) operating parameters. Before getting too far into a discussion of electric fans and PCM calibrations, it is important to first

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