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Old 03-24-2013, 04:31 PM
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Should I delete the 6.7?

Dad as a 2011 with 115,000 miles on it. The radiator is leaking from the driver side near the little plastic piece at the bottom. So I am going to have to drain the coolant anyways so I was thinking of doing a full 5 inch and egr/cooler delete while im at it. Gonna do an H&S xrt as the tuner because dad doesnt want anything on the dash.

Whats everyones opinion? He gets 16.4 mpg on the computer now, what should the average go up? and how will this benefit/hurt the engine? Thanks in advance.
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Old 03-24-2013, 05:17 PM
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I have recently added a spartan.. And this truck tuned runs amazing!! Don't have a good mileage report yet
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Old 03-24-2013, 05:50 PM
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Re: Should I delete the 6.7?

I was getting about the same on my 2011 stock then I did a spartan tune afe cai and 4" afe full exhaust and I was getting 18mpg now that I have an 8" lift with 38 I get 14 around town and about 15.6 on the hwy.

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Have had my mini maxx on for 2 months now, was getting 15.2 in town and 17.2 hwy. Now I am getting 16.8 in town and 19 hwy.
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Have had my mini maxx on for 2 months now, was getting 15.2 in town and 17.2 hwy. Now I am getting 16.8 in town and 19 hwy.
is that with your lift and 35s?
i ask cause i just bought a readylift, mini max and straight pipe, and soon 35s... im still nervous about voiding the warranty... paid alot for this truck...
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Old 04-02-2013, 01:56 AM
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DELETE IT truck will run like a whole new truck i had the xrt before i got my hands on a maxx mpgs went up you will thank ur self as soon as u leave the driveway
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Yes that is with the lift
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