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Old 01-27-2010, 02:58 PM
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I am interested in getting Spartan with tunes up to 250. I have an 08, 250, Job 1. I am looking for feedback from people that have only run up to the 250 tune and how the reliability is. I would like improved mpg, but I really want to get rid of the ******* exhaust cleaning. I also want to keep it reliable. Can I have my cake and eat it to?

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I have. I have a job 2 but I'm very happy with the results with the mod's you've described. Give Aaron a call with Rudy's.

Now my question, what's with the go 200? You a salt racer or dry lakes?
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I am interested in getting Spartan with tunes up to 250. I have an 08, 250, Job 1. I am looking for feedback from people that have only run up to the 250 tune and how the reliability is. I would like improved mpg, but I really want to get rid of the ******* exhaust cleaning. I also want to keep it reliable. Can I have my cake and eat it to?
As long as you do not go above the 250 tune, you can have your cake and eat it too. These trucks are very reliable with the 250 tune. Anything above that and you will jeopardize reliability. Let us know if we can help. -Aaron

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I agree with what Aaron said. Even Job 1 trucks are safe with the 250 tune!
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I have'nt herd of anyone having problems with the 250. I still think the puking problems has alot to do with the cold temps. I don't remember hearing about these problems this past summer. One thing I like about my BlackMaxx is that I can run the mild setting until the truck gets up to temp and then all he!! can break loose.
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