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    I need my wifes 04' 5.3 Trailblazer tuned. It lacks a ton of power belowe 4000rpm. Not good on the launch ramp.
    Anyone recommend a shop in the Corona, Riverside area?
    Purchased a Diablo Predator, worked good for sift points and high rpm power, did nothing to the torque managment.
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    Have you used them?
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    TTS Power Systems (http://www.ttspowersystems.com)

    Steve Cole knows his stuff. Just South of the 91 at Central. He has off-the-shelf programs for this stuff though. Just tell him what you want.

    310-669-8101.
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    Cunningham Motorsports is excellent, so is RPM out in Canyon Country, CA. Wanna have some real fun, change the cam to a small duration 208/208 or a 208/212 @.050 with some decent lift, .550 lift on a 112lsa and watch the low end torque com waaaay up! If your willing to go into the motor, that is
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    Will the cam swap pass California smog laws?
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    That size cam will pass smog easily. Anything under 218 on the intake side will pass easily, as long as its tuned properly. A 208 or 212 grind isnt much larger than your stock duration, but the .550 lift is quite a difference. Good torque cam for trucks and suv's, still pulls strong to 6000
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    So, anything else besides a cam and tune? Looks like I can't talk my wife into trading up, she loves her Trailblazer. I'll probably be owning it for a while. When the time comes, and it will, I'll sneak this stuff in while doing a major repair
    How much hp and tq gains can i expect? Right now the specs say the motor is good for 290hp, don't see a torque curve.
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    Quote Originally Posted by "Flat" foot'n View Post
    Have you used them?

    Bruce at CBM did my off road car and he is a stand up guy. If he cant he knows who can.
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    Quote Originally Posted by "Flat" foot'n View Post
    Looks like I can't talk my wife into trading up, she loves her Trailblazer. I'll probably be owning it for a while. When the time comes, and it will, I'll sneak this stuff in while doing a major repair
    How much hp and tq gains can i expect? Right now the specs say the motor is good for 290hp, don't see a torque curve.
    You can keep her in a trail blazer, just get rid of the one you have and buy an SS. Just picked one up a few months ago. 400hp LS2 and AWD. You will have no problems at the launch ramp or anywhere else for that matter.

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    call this guy


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