Compression Ignition Addict
Join Date: Aug 2007
Location: Buffalo, NY
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A little reality check here for those with some common sense.
You guys can kid yourselves all day long, but trust me, if you have a meltdown caused by a tuner, the heads and pistons will be giving up the little secret just by their look and color, a color that a stock tuned truck doesn't make.....
Point being, don't think you are untraceable just because your service tech didn't say something. I guarantee he didn't even look or think to look, care to look, or have any reason to look. He probably doesn't even have the skills or the tools to know how to look or what to look for, and he probably couldn't care less.
It's when you have a breakdown that could be caused by running a hot tune too hard. When the field rep shows up, he's gonna know just exactly what to look for, and he's gonna know just what caused the problem....
So, don't feel so confident. Just drive your rig with a little respect for the power it makes and you will never have to face those issues.
KEM 345 tuned.