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Old 01-08-2014, 10:39 AM
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High idle mod and regen questions???

My dad has an 11' and after I did the high idle mod on my truck which is deleted, he wants to do it on his. So my questions is, is it ok to do the high idle mod on his with the dpf still in place?

I know on the 6.4 it wasn't a good Idea because of them making oil when going into regen. But with his cruising at 60 mph he is only turning 1400 rpm or so. What difference does it make if he is idleing at 1400 or driving at 1400 rpm? Please enlighten me if I am incorrect in this assumption.

Now for the high idle mod question. On mine all I did was connect the yellow w/ green chaser to my #3 upfitter. Is it the same for the 6.7 or is there more to it I remember reading that something was a little different.
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Bump anyone have some input?
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I have the high idle mod on my non deleted 6.7. Almost since new. First mod I done to it besides building the bed. It's more detailed than the 6.4 high idle but not hard. I seen the thread towards the top recently but search for it and it's there. U can either put in a pot (what I did just to be able to adjust the rpm) or put in a resistor and it will b at a set rpm.


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Thanks I will be doing this on his truck this weekend.
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Only difference between high idle at 1400 and cruising at 1400 is engine is loaded when cruising, theres virtually no load when its just high idling. Idling a DPF vehicle is never good, but with that being said its better to high idle one rather then just regular idle.
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