FINNEGAN'S GARAGE EP.38: DURAMAX LBZ BURNOUTS AND HOW-TO INSTALL AN EGT SENSOR
In episode 38 Mike Finnegan from Finnegan's Garage made his 2006 Chevy Silverado 3500 crew cab dually do a burnout. He swapped out the older Edge Evolution programmer for a brand-new Edge Evolution CTS2 programmer/datalogger/performance monitor and smoked all four tires down the block. In this video, he'll go over the installation of the programmer as well as an exhaust gas temperature sensor and show you the best way to install a backup camera on your truck. Check out this episode and more at Finnegan's Garage.
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