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Black Bear Tune on 4X4 Tahoe?

Discussion in 'Performance' started by SlowHoe, Nov 5, 2018.

  1. SlowHoe

    SlowHoe New Member

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    I have a 2002 Tahoe 4X4 and it falls flat on its face after 60. I've been told it has 3.73 gears because that's the only ratio that comes with a 4X4 and I've been thinking about doing the black bear tune. How much will it wake it up?
     
  2. TheBrettster

    TheBrettster Administrator Staff Member

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    Its pretty decent, but dont expect to do wheelies.

    By falls flat what do you mean? 3.73's aren't that tall
     
  3. barrrf

    barrrf Active Member

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    black bear can suck dicks
     
  4. Ginger

    Ginger Bubbles

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    a custom tune will be the best bang for the buck without digging into things.

    what size tires do you have? at 60 is shouldnt be falling on its face, OD is steep, but shouldnt be that bad.
     
  5. SlowHoe

    SlowHoe New Member

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    It takes longer to get from 60-80 than it takes to get from 0-60
     
  6. SlowHoe

    SlowHoe New Member

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    When I stomp it it doesn't do much, and even with the old tires that were tiny it wouldn't spin unless I tried to do a donut. Then it would barely do anything even when I did it
     
  7. Ginger

    Ginger Bubbles

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    It is going to, you have more wind resistance, and a steeper gear to pull through.

    You still didnt answer what size tires. and also a SUV is hard to get to spin the tires, you have a lot more rear weight.

    put a list of the mods that are different then stock so we can help you.
     
  8. SlowHoe

    SlowHoe New Member

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    Literally only performance mod is exhaust. I had to remove my spare tire to do the exhaust but it's sitting in my cargo area. Gonna remove it completely to save weight. I'll tell tire size when I get home
     

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