If you have gauges, block part of your radiator to bump your temps up. I do this when I go to the snow ~ once every 3 weeks to my cabin.
You can also put some thin spacers in your thermostat to bump the temp up if you have something small enough.
I do have gauges, im going to do that this weekend when i get some time to see if it even helps. Il probably just replace the thermostat its easier, i know i need to do it anyways. its only $25 bucks, just no time to do it
That is the best sounding 6.0 i've heard at idle..Sounds like a diesel and not just pushing air out sound most sound like...Is that because the veins are open?
Thanks man, i love it, and yes because the vanes are opened all the way
What kind of numbers does that tune produce? How is the shifting and torque converter lockup? Does it clean the smoke up well? How does it compare to any other tunes you have ran?
Numbers, i don't know, i haven't dynoed it. It seems power wise similar to my looney wild, the converter locks up the second you hit 46mph in regular diving, shifting is nice and firm... i cant tell you about convert lock under WOT because its been so wet here lately the tires just spin.
As far as cleaning up the smoke, it cleans it up really well, my looney wild is smokier, This really isn't a big concern to me either way since these trucks with stock injectors don't really put out to much smoke.
Im going to try extreme street and SRl next to compare..