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Thread: It's time to start thinking about a GP

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    Re: It's time to start thinking about a GP

    A Tech 2 is useless without the GM software.


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    Re: It's time to start thinking about a GP

    What audio equipment, my bro works at a shop and could defn hook us up!

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    how about eibach lowering spings? shox.com might do that.

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    Re: It's time to start thinking about a GP

    What would be great if we could find someone to supply us with OEM parts wholesale...... Or at least discounted, so we dont have to pay dealer prices......

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    Re: It's time to start thinking about a GP

    gmpartsdirect.com....

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    Re: It's time to start thinking about a GP

    Im saying that would give special deals to us on big items (trannys) and on other parts.......

    At NICO, infiniti of scottsdale gives us discounts on OEM parts for NICO members.......

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    Re: It's time to start thinking about a GP

    Quote Originally Posted by Katshot
    A Tech 2 is useless without the GM software.
    Obtainable?

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    Re: It's time to start thinking about a GP

    A techII may not be the best thing.... What can you do with a TechII that you cant do through OBD.....?

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    Re: It's time to start thinking about a GP

    I am intersted in gp.

    Grilles, rims, tires, engine mods are good for GP

    I would like to see supplies in GP, wax, leather wipes, fliuds, oil, etc....

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    Thumbs up gp

    I would definetly be interested in; the audio equipment, the intake, billet grille, and headlights. they look nice on teh bmws.
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    Re: gp

    Ive said it once...... Ill say it again......

    BG44k!!! Best stuff in the world!!!

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    Re: It's time to start thinking about a GP

    Quote Originally Posted by bs4sho
    id be interested in the audio equipment
    Me too. I now wish I had purchsed the Bose stereo with GPS for my CTS

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    Re: It's time to start thinking about a GP

    I use a Tech II daily one thing that no one has said here is updates. Maybe no is aware of it here ,..it but most updates are downloads that ONLY deales can get. For instance you have a 02 Monte with a 0300 code ( misfire) you have to load the vin , hook up to Gm service download the correct update and then load it to the vehicle PCM. Same goes for the speed rating on tires and other itmes like that Hell even the remote entry on some models have to be downloaded fro the site. Lack of memory space on the Tech II.

    Sorry after I posted I saw a post I missed about soft ware. You can get them and use them for your own use but they are others that Blow the tech II out of the water.. Snap-on tools if very nice I have used it and it works as well as the techII with out the draw backs other than price.

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    Re: It's time to start thinking about a GP

    I just purchased a pre-owned 2002 Escalade AWD:

    Things I have already purchased for upgrade:
    20" wheels and tires
    Diablo Preditor Programmer
    Wood Dash Kit
    Service Manuals


    Future Upgrades being considered:
    -Volant Cool Air intack w/snockel
    -Corsa Exhaust (already have one on my boat Crownline 225BR)
    -Lowering Kit f2"/r3" (Ground Force $399 best price so far)
    -Maybe Audio upgrades to Bose system. (not sure it is viable based on the difficulty to upgrade/replace Bose system and maintain steering wheel controls).

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    Re: It's time to start thinking about a GP

    what about some of the vogue stuff...




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