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Old 01-17-2008, 05:14 AM
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?? for you guys with the KEM set up

what kind of fuel milage are you getting with this set up? i am considering getting this for my truck. thanks for any input.
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TwinTurboStroker, Julian is getting 18-23MPG with KEM special programer DPF Delete Pipe, 5" Magnaflow exhause AFE stage II intake and he has just ordered the turbo elbo for it. He has 4:10 gears on a F350 Crew Cab Dually. $700 PROGRAMER $275 DPF DELETE $260 AFE STAGE II $80 TURBO ELBO. ALL IN ALL GOING TO COST $1315 WITHOUT EXHUASE

SO if you are to drive 15000 miles per year look at these numbers i crunched up..
15000 miles at 11mpg (what i'm getting) 15000/11*$3.00(fuel cost) $4090.00

15000 miles at 18mpg (what julians gettin) 15000/18*$3.00 =$2500

So you save a little over $1500 bucks a year.. I think it is well worth spending the 1300 because you can get it back in the first year, and i dont think diesel is even 3 bucks a gal still
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TwinTurboStroker, Julian is getting 18-23MPG with KEM special programer DPF Delete Pipe, 5" Magnaflow exhause AFE stage II intake and he has just ordered the turbo elbo for it. He has 4:10 gears on a F350 Crew Cab Dually. $700 PROGRAMER $275 DPF DELETE $260 AFE STAGE II $80 TURBO ELBO. ALL IN ALL GOING TO COST $1315 WITHOUT EXHUASE

SO if you are to drive 15000 miles per year look at these numbers i crunched up..
15000 miles at 11mpg (what i'm getting) 15000/11*$3.00(fuel cost) $4090.00

15000 miles at 18mpg (what julians gettin) 15000/18*$3.00 =$2500

So you save a little over $1500 bucks a year.. I think it is well worth spending the 1300 because you can get it back in the first year, and i dont think diesel is even 3 bucks a gal still
Well I was going to post, but I think Stroken did it for me....
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Old 01-17-2008, 11:59 AM
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DIESEL 3.25 HERE
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I've only had the KEM tuner for a few days. Seems like a little better fuel mileage right now but I've been whaling on it all day. I'll post again after I run a full tank.
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Old 01-17-2008, 12:53 PM
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I've only had the KEM tuner for a few days. Seems like a little better fuel mileage right now but I've been whaling on it all day. I'll post again after I run a full tank.
Yeah thats the only hard part....is to not hammer down
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Yeah thats the only hard part....is to not hammer down
Tell me about it. But it sure is fun though. I still think that even beating on it, I'm at least getting the same mileage as before without beating on it.
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Where the heck are you guys with $3 a gallom prices on diesel? I'm moving! 3.79 a gallon here.
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$3.33 here! Been like that for a good while now.
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