Compression Ignition Addict
Join Date: Feb 2008
Location: Las Vegas
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It all depends how you drive and whats done to your truck. Lift and bigger tires eats up MPG real quick.
I have owned 4 powerstrokes now.
-A 2002 CCSB 7.3/automatic with a 4" and 18's and 35's, dp tuner, exhaust , intake etc. Got 15-17 mixed.
-05 CCLB 6.0/automatic with an 8' lift and 20's and 37's. Had exhaust, intake, SCT X3 with innovative diesel tunes. Saw 12-13 MPG on a regular basis. Sometimes less.
-2002 CCLB 7.3/automatic. 6" lift, 20's and 35's. DP tuner, exhaust, intake. See 15-16 MPG consistently. Still own it.
-2008 CCLB 6.4/ ZF6 manual. No mods as of yet stock tires but my DPF and cat will be falling off the truck soon and mini max tuned to follow. so far i have seen 19.14, 17.3 and 18.2 for fillups with mixed driving. Hoping to see my MPG go up a bit with the DPF gone.
2000 Regular Cab SHORTY truck.
-5" exhaust to 7" single mitre.
-DJM 3/5 drop
-22" wheels wrapped in 305 nitto 420's
-2008 F350 CCLB ZF6 truck. Leveled, 22's w/37s, deleted, H&Stuned etc -SOLD
-2005 F350 CCLB 6" 37's, studded, tuned etc-SOLD
-2002 F350 CCLB 6"lift, 20's w/35's, DP tuner etc -SOLD
-2005 F250 CCLB 8", 20's w/37's bunch of mods -SOLD
-2002 F250 CCSB 4" lift,18's w/35's DP tunes etc -SOLD