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Old 12-28-2013, 10:43 AM
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Duramileage Module????????????

Has anyone every heard of this module or used one?

They are available for the 6.7 PowerStrokes.

Here are two links:

2011-2013 Power Stroke 6.7L

http://www.truckedition.ca/light-duty

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Personally, I wouldn't even allow the box it comes in in my truck. That could just be because I'm picky and I don't like cheap tuners near my truck but that is my opinion of it.
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Personally, I wouldn't even allow the box it comes in in my truck. That could just be because I'm picky and I don't like cheap tuners near my truck but that is my opinion of it.
So have you actually used one or is your opinion based solely on the price?

It's not really a "tuner", if you're comparing it to an SCT, Mini-Maxx, Edge, etc.

It appears to be a fuel rail pressure module, like the IDP Torq 2.2 and TS Performance MP-8.

Fuel rail pressure modules are plug & play and are untraceable by your neighborhood Ford Dealer.

I've use the Torq 2.2 and it works as advertised. I don't know much about the MP-8, other than what I've read on various forums. I ran across the Duramileage by accident and can't find any information on these new Pressure Modules. However, there is some info on their "tuners" and it isn't good.
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I ran across the Duramileage by accident and can't find any information on these new Pressure Modules. However, there is some info on their "tuners" and it isn't good.
This right here is why I wouldn't buy one. I'd suggest sticking with something tested and that there is lots of info on. Like I've said before, why buy a $60k truck to put a $300 tuner in it? If you want to, go ahead and by it, by all means don't let me stop you. I'm just recommending to spend a few extra bucks on something that's been tested, rather than cheap out and be the test dummy. Just my 2 cents.
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