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post #1 of 6 Old 05-09-2012, 09:14 AM Thread Starter
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Expanding my diesel knowledge, and helping out friends with blown 6.0's

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Is there anything your working on right now

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I'm actually wondering how to get better mileage on the 6.4? My buddy is getting like 10.5 on a leveling kit with 35's

2002 duramax ccsb 4x4
4.5 bds lift, fox shocks, 35 toyo mt
20 bmf novakanes, 5% tint, ranch hand
Afe stage 2 intake, straight pipe, rbp tip
PPE tuner, autometer gauges, ppe boost valve
Air dog 2 165, built Trans, blowing on by
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Delete and tune... about the only way. H&S Spartan are the biggest names you'll hear, but Matt @ Gearhead is doing some CRAZY things with sct tuning for 6.4s

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Delete and tune... about the only way. H&S Spartan are the biggest names you'll hear, but Matt @ Gearhead is doing some CRAZY things with sct tuning for 6.4s





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OP, yes get rid of the DPF and tune with either Spartan or H&S.
You also need a CAI (AFE or S&B) to get the most out of it (fuel economy and Power)

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post #6 of 6 Old 05-09-2012, 01:56 PM
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Welcome to the org.! Coming from the dark side you will learn a lot on here. Glad to have you.

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