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Thread: Lingenfelter TRG-001 58x to 24x Conversion Module

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    Question Lingenfelter TRG-001 58x to 24x Conversion Module

    Anybody on this site use it/recommend it... Have always wanted to try it out but kinda reluctant...IDK...
    Any problems? Pro's-Con's

    On the Lingenfelter site under description, it says it's pretty much straight forward plug-n-play. Just want a little more info of someone who's used it.
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    Yeah I have used it since it came out. Its really plug in play, you wont even know its there. I have put several 08 LS2's in camaro's and trucks with no problems. It sure beats changing the relector wheel like before. It sucked tearing down a new motor just to change that.
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    If only they made a 24x to 58x box life would be awesome.
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    We have used several. I have had several malfunction. Were batting about .700 as of now.
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    239/255 .624 lift LSr grind
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    Quote Originally Posted by exploder View Post
    We have used several. I have had several malfunction. Were batting about .700 as of now.
    That's not good!
    Yeah, I'm trying to get an idea of what to expect, I mean, nothing's perfect...
    For the price that Lingenfelter sell's them, it sure beats changing out crank/cam reluctor wheel's.
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    we have been using them since they came out and they have gone through several revisions. i don't want to make them sound like crap because they arent.
    03 z06 auto
    ver7.5.5 custom OS5
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    239/255 .624 lift LSr grind
    16psi
    Meth injection
    PLX WB02

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    Alrighty, thanks for the info
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    Yeah, I have a few act up but they were all on trucks. Lingenfelter has been really great to deal with and stands behind there work. They think its a heat issue that causes some to mess up.
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    2003 CC Duramax Dually|19.5 w/245/70/19.5|Tuned by LSX Power Tuning|5in exhaust
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    there is a thread on ls1.com.au with issuies of few of us aussies have had with them, it appears that if you mount them in the engine bay or anywhere that gets hot then a thermal protection kicks in and they stop working.

    normally have to wet it down to start up again.

    those of us who had problems just extended the wiring back into the cabin and havent had a problem since.

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    This is exactly the info I was looking for...
    2008 2WD Ext.Cab Silverado 1500 6.0 V-MAX E38(L76) & T42(4L70E) MAF Only CL Corvette Servo AFE CAI INNOVATIVE LM-2 WBO2

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