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post #1 of 25 Old 10-20-2013, 07:32 PM Thread Starter
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Real milage tuned and deleted 6.7

So I was really wanting to get a 6.7 this spring but I was talking to a guy this weekend that had a tuned and deleted 13 ccsb with 10k and he was telling me he only gets 12 mpg empty and 9 pulling a 8k trailer so what is the real mileage you guys are getting. I see people say 20 and what not but whats the true mileage? Ill plan on tuning and deleting dpf def and egr and just leaving it like that. So if its really that bad maybe I'll get a 6.4 hear from a him the throttle response sucks also so I figured I'd ask more then one tuned and deleted 6.7 owner

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Its not that bad i run, a 13 CCSB 4x4 and i get 14-15 in the city hand calculated and dash, and between 18-20 on the freeway depending on changing grades. Towing is a whole different story as long as i am less than 6k the mileage stays pretty much the same if there is not a ton of stop and go , but over 6k is when the mileage starts to go down. I towed 9k 400 miles on the freeway and averaged just under 14. Good luck man hope ya get one i love mine type writer and all
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Completely stock '13 CCLB and I get 19 on the hwy and 17 in town empty. Only 2500 miles and I have not pulled anything with it yet. I hand calculated mileage for the first 2 tanks and it matched the computer 100% so now I just rely on that but will spot check from tome to time.

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PS, thats with HS powerlabs "street" tune and stock trans tuning, 4 inch straight back, and sinister in the engine bay.
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really? thats crazy he said he had just the canned H&S tunes and thats what it got 9-12 I would rather get a 6.7 over a 6.4 just because they are nice on the interior and the new body style

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Did he have larger tires than stock? what gears did he have? i run 35s with the factory 3.31's and i have adjusted my speedo and is GPS checked if your speedo is way off you MPG calculation will be off as well, hope this helps
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Did he have larger tires than stock? what gears did he have? i run 35s with the factory 3.31's and i have adjusted my speedo and is GPS checked if your speedo is way off you MPG calculation will be off as well, hope this helps
Stock size tires and 3.55s

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Im getting 12.4 MPG avg city(last 3 tanks) and 18-20 highway unloaded. Im completely stock with a 4.5 Carli lift and 37" toyo mt's.....Im at 3500 miles on this '13 ccsb

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Also depends on how he drives it.

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Also depends on how he drives it.
said he babies it soo idk maybe he does alot of city driving

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