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Old 06-08-2013, 06:21 AM
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Torq 2.2 questions

When I bought my 6.7 a few months ago I was so impressed with the power that I figured I wouldn't want to do anything to it () so I bought an extended warranty. Now I'm getting the itch for mods ...

So far the only thing I've seen that doesn't register in the pcm would be the Torq 2.2, but after looking on the Innovative website I can't seem to find anything that details what it actually does/how it works. The Dyno chart they show looks pretty impressive so I'm very interested, but I'd like to know more before I go hooking it up to my $60k truck.

I've also considered a CAI, but those have mixed reviews concerning their actual benefit. So another question would be, do I have to remove this stuff before taking it in for service work?
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Old 06-10-2013, 04:14 AM
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I'm running Innovative's Torq2...the original version, they're now up to 2.2. The power is nice I bought it off a member here and have only had it on the truck about a week now. Power is definitely noticeable and fuel mileage is just as good, maybe a little better, but I haven't filled up again since I put it on to see if the dash close or not to hand calculated.

I'm running an AFE dryflow drop in filter in mine. If you're not going hog wild on power an air intake these days is pretty pointless for the price when a drop in will give you lifetime serviceability without a $250+ price tag.

I would pull the Torq2 if you're taking the truck in for service work...it's a 10 minute removal and you won't have to worry about the dealer finding it. Air intakes are up in the air if the dealer would complain, have to feel them out on that.
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I put a Banks CAI on my last truck, but it was a half ton gasser. There was actually a surprising increase in power and I was very happy with it.

But this is a different truck and I don't really want to mess with taking it out every time I get my oil changed, especially if I'm not going to get a noticeable gain.


I'm very much leaning toward getting the Torq 2.2. I think I'll give Innovative a call and ask them exactly how it works so they can talk it up and convince me to get one
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