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towing with H&S safe?????

Im wanting to hear about using the tow tune while towing from anyone with experience. I have a 35' 5 er and just got an H&S and my 4 " exhaust. My previous truck was a 2006 6.0 tuned and eventually bulletproofed with all the obvious items and temps to watch. What im wanting to know is what do I need to watch on my 6.7 I never blew my gaskets or egr on my 6.0 because I knew what to monitor. I ran the 6.0 on an edge evo tow tune pulled a 35' gooseneck with anywhere from 5k- 12k loaded for almost 2yrs before I got sct tunes and studs and everyone says to not tow or tune a 6.0 if you want it to last. I did both so is the 6.7 safe to tow with while tuned ??
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I haven't had any issue what so ever towing deleted I think you will be very happy just keep your EGTs under 1350 , keep an eye on your trans temps and take it easy off the line don't get into hard till the torque converter locks up in 3rd if using tow/ haul mode

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There is nothing to be concerned with towing with a tuned 6.7.. If you had enough sense to tow fine with your 6.0 then you have absolutely no worries

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What are safe temps and boost levels.
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Boost levels would probably be around 26ish psi and if your Minimaxx is up to date you shouldnt have a problem. Oil probably around 220 I would start paying attention to it. EGT's you dont want to be doing a minute pull at 1300* but for the most part on the tow tune like I said you should be perfectly fine.

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http://www.powerstroke.org/forum/6-7...ustration.html

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