Slightly off topic but a member posted that there was a second table for shift points in the ECM/TCM. I plan on looking into this further this summer.The tow button to change shift points was nice to read because that would have helped a lot with the 4 speeds if they had done something similar on our trucks, but we were left to get it tuned to fix this.
This is what we have up until 2007 for the available tables, it didn't work the way it should have though. Just some very minor changes to these tables makes the truck feel completely different.Slightly off topic but a member posted that there was a second table for shift points in the ECM/TCM. I plan on looking into this further this summer.
But I agree, it would be nice to have some more details about the drivetrain.
If you were referring to a Canyon with the diesel, I'd say me. Given that the diesel is a full year away, who knows if I'll even buy one of these trucks. Priorities change over time, and cash flow is ever changing. If I stay at my current job for the foreseeable future, I may just keep my current vehicles and get something nice for the wife to tool around in.So... Who on here's going to be the first to buy it?
I'm not even suggesting rolling down but popping out. The old school way with the prop. Just to get max airflow in the cab. May have to be a possible mod lol. On my current truck that is to test out the idea hahaIt would be nice if they rolled down like the full size trucks but I'm sure they didn't do that either. Fuckin GM!