Alternative Auto has jumped into the tuning and performance installations on any GM vehicles that are equipped with an LSx based engine. We’ve been quietly getting into it since about 2007, and it has steadily grown into a very large part of what we now offer at our facilities.
Our GM services range from simply “tuning only” efforts that can increase performance and drivability across the board on street vehicles (especially the automatic equipped cars and trucks) through options as extensive as complete supercharger and NOS installs, and deeper things like complete forged stroker motor assemblies and installations.
Our shop has applied a lot of the tuning philosophy and techniques that have worked great on the Ford’s and have now integrated them with the GM’s.
We have very professional, qualified technicians and installation experts who are more than capable of doing and applying the same quality of workmanship on the GMs as we have for Ford’s since 1990.
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