2011 GMC Canyon 0-60

Truck drives like sometime from the 90s. Looks and feels old. 3.7L 5 cylinder sounds weird and gets worse gas mileage to competitors V6

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Tuned 08 chevy colorado 3.7L acceleration vid (shift points set too high)
just wait till the 4.10's go in and the temps and humidity drop.... 13's in the 1/4 mile easily! Still need to datalog the wideband.





2008 GMC Canyon 3.7L Inline 5 Cyl Start Up & Rev - 105K
Start Up & Rev of a 2008 GMC Canyon. This has a 3.7L DOHC Inline 5 Cylinder making a decent 242 HP while it's paired to a lame 4 Speed Auto. This is a small pickup but not a bad 1. The interior is just all cheap man made materials & this was a base model crew cab. It' does have a rather high HP 5 Cyl engine with lots of torque but sadly it's to a 4 Speed auto. This engine would've done great with 5 or more. It does serve as a decent work truck and if you need to bring so passengers along, it should suffice OK too. Another variation of this pickup is the Chevrolet Colorado. This & the Colorado also come with a smaller 2.9L 4 Cyl. And the 2009 and newer models are also offered with a 5.3L V8 making 300 HP which ought to make this a rocket of a pickup.





2009 CHEVY COLORADO sport 5.3 V-8
0-60 time with a magna flow muffler i swear it made my truck slower





BDS's 2015 Chevy Colorado Offroad before SEMA
The engineers at BDS Suspension picked up one of the first 2015 Chevy Colorado trucks available and set out to prototype a kit in time for the 2014 SEMA Show. In less than a month the Michigan-based team developed a 6'' lift system for the new platform and turned it in to a show truck with custom wheels, tires, lights, and accessories before turning the keys over to drive the truck out to SEMA for the ultimate "road" test for the new suspension, loaded down with promotional products. Along the way the driver stopped for photos through Colorado and shot this video near Moab, Utah. Stay tuned for more info on this kit once it is released in Spring 2015 for the 2015 Chevy Colorado and 2015 GMC Canyon platform. For more on this project head to the BDS Blog at http://bds-suspension.com/blog/?p=8164




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