NEW STUFF I painted up some dash pieces and got in some other goodies. ARP Header bolts Ebay CAI New cluster lens-LMC PRNDL unit +cable-LMC Knee bolster vent cables-LMC Cluster LED's (blue)-Superbrightleds.com Autometer sending unit adapter kit Autometer Cobalt series Gauges: Vac/Boost (might as well only buy the gauge once should i do a super/turbo) Trans Temp Wide Band O2 Another expensive yet very worth it investment was the HPTuners software which allowed me to remove the PCM VATS, EVAP, and to delete the rear O2 sensors. As well as what im learning to do now which is to tune for the cam i put in. I got the truck running last fall but i had to command the truck to idle @800 Rpm otherwise it would start to idle erratic and eventually die. It started snowing just days after so this is is where i had to park it for the winter. Very first start: <iframe width="560" height="315" src="" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe> <iframe width="500" height="300" src="" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe> <iframe width="500" height="300" src="" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe> I Ordered the GM beginners course for tuning which covers the tuning process for Headers, Heads, Cam and other supporting mods from The Tuning School. Its another chunk of change but very worth it if you want to get into tuning. Ive actually been tweaking my 2013 silverado a little bit and its pretty cool what improvements can be made. Anyways ive changed the tune for the truck so it should idle a hell of a lot better when i upload it this spring and then it should be a little fine tuning from there.