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Large chunks should never be in your tranny pan. That's not a good sign at all, and you should probably start saving for a new trans.
As for mileage, I agree with CSIPSD. You took a brick, and made it bigger. What numbers were you seeing now, what were you seeing before?
I don't know about 330, but you should definitely be over 300 with just the chip. I'm at 310 on PHP's 65DD tune.
The "Wicked Wheel" likely lowered your max boost, and you shouldn't have gone with it unless you were experiencing turbo surge.
How thick is your smoke trail when you get on it? If it looks like a Cummins, I would venture to say you have a boost or exhaust leak somewhere and that would be a large contributor to unexpected mpg losses.
Gauges are a must. I love my Edge CTS, as I can monitor so many different things in a nice little package. If that's not your thing, you need several gauges, and a good scanner such as AE. The CTS isn't a replacement for a proper scan tool, but it does provide monitors for things you won't get a gauge to do.
2002 F250 CCSB 4x4
PHP Phoenix, John Woods VB, NUC bypass, 6637
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