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post #1 of 17 Old 12-08-2008, 05:57 PM Thread Starter
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04 6.0L can't roll coal ?!?

So I've had my 2004 6.0L for about 6 months now. I'm running the EDGE Juice with Attitude (I know most of you will give me sh!t for that )

My question is why can't I roal ANY coal with this truck? Even with my kitty delete, straight through muffler, and my EDGE set on 100HP/200ft lbs it won't roll any coal. My old 1999 7.3L would roll like a train with just the flash tuner I had and a cheap exhaust.

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set your fuel setting on the attitude to the highest setting.

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will that kill my fuel mileage?

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the whole idea of rolling coal is a mileage killer!! so yes, it will affect your mileage!


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Or you can do the smoke switch

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...or you can get a SCT with custom tunes. Along with a smoke switch you'd roal more coal than a freight train

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ya all the smoke is is unburnt fuel...you wanna roal coal u gotta have extra fuel being injected...or less air goin in to not burn the fuel u have being injected now...get an sct and ull be good to go...trans will last longer and as long as you have guages ull have alot more fun

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here is me blowing some smoke in my sig picture.... sct with extreme street on

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I had the same experience when u had the exact same set up. I kind of thought it was a good thing it was not wasting any fuel.. and had all that power.. I got rid of it becase i did not like the way the trany shifted.

When you turn your truck on.. Does it return the favor?

Mine does.


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I have an 06 f250, with straight pipe, s&b intake, cfm intake elbow, afe intercooler pipe, blue spring upgrade and egr delete, and sct livewire ts with idp tunes, using ether street or extreme street I still cant roll any coal what so ever. I just don't know why
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