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post #1 of 5 Old 04-23-2010, 10:23 AM Thread Starter
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Tunes for the 6.7

does anybody know if someone has written tunes for these yet? are we going to be able to use the standard 6 pos chip on them?

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No, the "standard" 6 pos chip has not been around since 2003 when the 6.0 came out. The 6.4 uses an even larger (think 5+ mb) file to download which takes a long time. The 6.7 has even more to overcome since it uses UREA in addition to the DPF.

To be short about this... KEM has hacked off the exhaust of a new 2011 and got around the programming. I know Eric has only changed the programming and even though this isn't a "power increment"... he can spin the tires from a 60 mph roll.... To put it in perspective, it took me over 600 RWHP to do that in a crew cab. His is a regular cab.

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Tunes are written, have you not seen the video's? No chips on these trucks. Flash programmers only.

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even though this isn't a "power increment"... he can spin the tires from a 60 mph roll....
Bullchit. Ive driven a 750hp truck that won't break them loose at 60, let alone a stock truck with 390hp at the crank

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Bullchit. Ive driven a 750hp truck that won't break them loose at 60, let alone a stock truck with 390hp at the crank
My truck puts down a mean 235 HP and I can break traction on a 60 mph roll.....on loose gravel with some sand

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