Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by phattyford, Aug 26, 2012.
Dropping her off tonight for state and emmisions inspection tonight.
you have to drop it off? how long does that take and what do they charge?
Those look great. How high are your intake air temps after the install?
I live in Colorado and often go camping in elevations over 11-12k feet, miles off road, and even further from any sort of cell reception. I feel I definitely need dual batteries for my adventures.
i do none of those things, but hate coming back to a dead battery so i would also like to batteries.
I will be getting an inverter or buck converter to run my laptop off of so I can use that as an excuse at least
Received and programmed it in less than 2 minutes. Works great!
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For emergencies I have a Lithium Ion in a case that will jump start a semi truck. It also has adapters for everything you can think of. I also go camping way out in the woods but I’ve only had to jump it once, when I forgot the interior lights on. The backup can be recharged from a 120 or 12 volt source so if I need to I can charge it from an accessory outlet. They make powerful stuff in small packages now.
I thought you were trying to reduce weight of the vehicle? A second battery will add a lot of weight to the front end of the vehicle
2001 Yukon SLT
2012 Yukon Denali XL
2011 Yukon Denali RIP 5/20/18
Yes it will! I’ve been putting it off because I’m not sure if I want to make the tradeoff.
Oh also! I found my dremel- so now I just need to grab a bunch of JB Weld and some duct tape and I’ll be lopping the intake resonators off.
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