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Yeah, another Fuel Mileage Thread!

Ok, my 06 is stock with a 4"inch dp, studs, and EGR delete. The lie-o-meter read 13.1 at its lowest and 22.3 at its highest. Hand calculated it was 14.03 MPG. Didn't think that was bad. What is everyone getting?

Just a note, Cale's 140 hp tune will be installed on my truck in a few days.

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sounds right to me. That tune will add a few mpg for you once the new and half your rear tire tread wear off.

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sounds right to me. That tune will add a few mpg for you once the new and half your rear tire tread wear off.
Haha, no kidding! I love kicking it now. Dang its so much faster.

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Im runnin 35s with straighpipes and cale's 100hp tuning and I am gettin 15-16 so far... All my mods are fairly new so I am drivin a little crazy still... I bet I could be close to 18 when I settle down...
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i get 18-20 in town, with 33x12.50's. duramax's and cummins make it drop a little
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