2004 chevy trailblazer_ls
Just wondering if there is anyone from the Spokane area. Would be cool to meet up and check out each others rides.
Is that the one on Sprague and Argonne? I remember an Ultimate Truck too? Used to have a Silverado SS and I picked up a hitch and a K&N intake at whichever one is at sprague and argonne. By the way, that is a decent drive you are making every day no matter where it is in the valley!I live on the north side off of francis and indian trail. But i work at custom truck in the valley if you know where that is.
Nevermind i know exactly where that is. There is a big auto paint distributor down there. Like KC auto paint or something? I used to go to Sound Mart which was down by that Zips.....man I am missing spokane. Also I think there is a Nissan dealer somewhere around there.That must of been ultimate truck. We're on spauge and park right by dishman dodge. PM sent.
You only get 12 in the city? Damn i am getting 15.4 (according to my scangauge) and it's all city driving to and from school. I took a drive out to cda i got about 22.2 going there and back.Hey Kyle, yea mine is that white one thats bombing around most of the time. You should come take a ride in my 02 with my tune, CAI and exhaust to see the difference. Plus it depends a lot on what gears you have, check the glovebox for these codes:
Ive got the 3.73s and wish I had the 4.10s but such is life. Since you have an LTZ theres a really good chance you have them.
As for mileage, you'll get maybe 1-2 boost on the hwy but Im getting about 12-13 city now because its all really short trips around campus. No way around that, especially when its this cold out the PCM dumps fuel to try and warm it up as fast as possible. But in all honesty the tune is worth it just for the transmission shifting and the extra power, IMO the mileage is a highly desirable side effect. :yes:
Get a CAI, not the filter but the whole intake setup. Run you anywhere from $150-250 depending on where and which one you buy. So worth it, Ill find you on facebook and we'll figure out a time you can come take a ride.
Im back in Seattle for the weekend so it'll have to be sometime next week or next weekend.
Yea man, like 80% of my trips are less than 2 miles each way. Needless to say I usually never get heat either as it doesnt really kick in til like the 1/4 mark on the temp guage, and my truck never warms up. Sometimes Ill just go drive for 15-20mins to get everything at least partially warmed up. I got like 18 from spokane to seattle yesterday with cruise on 80 plus having this box on top of my TB Im pretty sure takes like a mpg or 2 away, even worse wind resistance!You only get 12 in the city? Damn i am getting 15.4 (according to my scangauge) and it's all city driving to and from school. I took a drive out to cda i got about 22.2 going there and back.
No kidding, this winter blend seems to be worse than years past. Could be my imagination or something but I seem to remember getting better mileage in Seattle 2 years ago, like 1-2 better. I got about 18-19 driving home to seattle from spokane with cruise set at 75-80.Yeah I drive about the same like Erik, most of my trips are 2 miles or less. Car never gets warm, plus I think winter gas in washington is 10% ethanol which doesn't help.
I was camping this weekend and got 17 on the highway with cruise on 75, not too bad. However I'm going on a road trip for spring break so every little mpg helps.
Do the 4.10's get the worst mileage or the best? I'll check and see what I have.
Erik, we'll have to get in touch, I'm curious to see how good this tune is.