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Old 11-05-2010, 06:24 AM
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I installed my Spatren and delete pipe yesterday and all I can say is WOW. I am running the 210 HP tune and it is a new truck. Quick throttle responce and all the power you could wish for. Coming to work this morning with the cruise set a 75mph the lie-o-meter was reading 20.8 before it would read 16. I will give you all a update once I fillup and hand calculate.
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Glad you like it! Can't wait to see your feedback. I hand calculated 17.X with the 210 cruising at 73 MPH earlier this year. It was about a 300 mile trip one way with a few stops for food, etc.
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Glad you like it! Can't wait to see your feedback. I hand calculated 17.X with the 210 cruising at 73 MPH earlier this year. It was about a 300 mile trip one way with a few stops for food, etc.
thats impressive for the 210 tune, i thought the big mpg #'s came from higher horsepower tunes, maybe i need to try the 210.....
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dam that is impressive, I rarely see over 15mpg on my Spartan 250, S&B Intake, 4" flo pro on 35s. Usually I see about 12.5-13.
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i run that tune too
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Old 11-05-2010, 06:26 PM
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Jeffs talking about all interstate getting 17 I'm sure. I've been running the 210 tow for the last 4 months straight and have averaged 15.7 over that time. I averaged 15.6 on the 250 tune for a couple of months but drove the truck alot harder also.
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thats impressive for the 210 tune, i thought the big mpg #'s came from higher horsepower tunes, maybe i need to try the 210.....
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dam that is impressive, I rarely see over 15mpg on my Spartan 250, S&B Intake, 4" flo pro on 35s. Usually I see about 12.5-13.
Keep in mind that 95% of that is on the interstate cruising at a really good RPM range for fuel mileage. I rarely got off the highway, and when I did it was stopping at a gas station right off of an exit.

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Jeffs talking about all interstate getting 17 I'm sure. I've been running the 210 tow for the last 4 months straight and have averaged 15.7 over that time. I averaged 15.6 on the 250 tune for a couple of months but drove the truck alot harder also.
Yep, decent fuel mileage is achievable if you drive the truck for good fuel mileage.
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