Thanks for the info TDIguy! Is there any reason that I couldn't use the manual shift T-case?(assuming I would need to cut a hole in the floor)Yes Longhorse
just google 2003 durakon DuraBurb its a Twin LBZ in a 2003 GMC, as a side not we are building a 2016 LML 3500 Suburban now with twins, S366 64mm in the valley and a S480 billet compound, 10mm stroker CP3 and 60 over injectors. Should be good for a de-rated honest 750HP/1500TQ
No you can not use your NPG behind a LMM, the 07 suv was a crossover and the NPG (new process gear) is a left over from the GMT800 platform, you will need a MP (magnapower) T case and you will need to rewire your TCCM plugs to match 2007.5+ TCCMs
you can get the diagrams on alldatadiy cheap and blend them together
Hey skippie, long time no hear...Stopped in to say HI.....Sure is quiet around here these days.
Depends on which sender you used. I usually always use the 01-02 sender which has a 5/8" vent connection. I run that up to the filler neck and weld in a fitting to accept itTwo of us here today, and both from north of 49.
BTYW do you recall how you vented your fuel tanks. I am seriously considering re-doing the undersized vents on my 2000. Looking for other ideas.
Initially for the main tank we re-used the original gas fuel sender with the tiny vent. Saying it is 3/8" vent line would be complimentary, closer to 5/16 - 1/4". When I ordered a diesel fuel module it looked the same as the gasser, just with the pump guts removed so we didn't use that.Depends on which sender you used. I usually always use the 01-02 sender which has a 5/8" vent connection. I run that up to the filler neck and weld in a fitting to accept it
Nice truck, can you provide more details on the dual 45 gallon tanks?My 2008 currently.
Deleted, EFI Live, Dual 45gal tank, Allison has upgraded clutches, new pump , Perfect convertor billet single disc convertor, Transgo Jr shift kit , Kodiak deep pan. Originally a Louisiana State Police 2wd 6.2 truck. Was told the conversion was done by Dylan Stormont in Ohio. Still has some odds and ends to work out (rear AC and reprogram truck cluster mainly) but overall been super happy with it. Getting ~12.5 towing my 20ft enclosed car hauler in the mountains, and ~20 Highway cruising.
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I don't have emissions testing where I live, so I can't be of any help on that.Hello Brotherhood!
First post from a longtime reader. I really appreciate and enjoy reading what you guys post. I've learned quite a bit in the process.
I am hoping to start my conversion this summer. I have acquired my LBZ donor for a 2003 Quadrasteer suburban. I was hoping someone could help walk me through the process of titling/registering this thing in central VA. Do I leave the title as a gas burner and get it inspected or ask DMV to change it to Diesel? Do I need paperwork from the donor?
With the EPA cracking down on emissions and such, I'm hoping these conversions are still allowed.
Thanks. My 2003 is white also, although with a lot more rust, unfortunately.I don't have emissions testing where I live, so I can't be of any help on that.
Good luck with the build! My truck is the same, LBZ/2003 Quadrasteer