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2011-2016 6.7L Exhaust Brake tune NOW AVAILABLE!

We are happy to announce the addition of another 6.7L tune option to our lineup. You can now get an Exhaust Brake function integrated into our 35HP Heavy Tow and 50HP Daily/Light Tow tunes . This is available for all 2011-2016 6.7L trucks. In the 35HP Heavy Tow tune it will be active when you are off the throttle and RPM's are above 1000. In the 50HP Daily/Light Tow tune it will be active when you are off the throttle and RPM's are above 2000. Check it out in this video...


This tune option is available on the Infinity, Infinity Mini, Bully Dog GT, SCT X4, and SCT Livewire.

https://www.dp-tuner.com/ford-powers...ke-6-7l/tuning

Let us know if you have any questions.
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Justin, how about more video. One showing with tune off from 60 mph to one showing with tune on from 60 mph and a time frame of slow down. Interested in new tunes one day but would like more data on it. Thanks.

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What about the EZ-Lynk platform?

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Justin, how about more video. One showing with tune off from 60 mph to one showing with tune on from 60 mph and a time frame of slow down. Interested in new tunes one day but would like more data on it. Thanks.
I will see if we can get a comparison video for you. This video clip was just an example to show the functionality of the tune.

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What about the EZ-Lynk platform?
This is not available with SOTF tuning. It may be a possible feature integrated in the future, but not currently.
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Can previous customers get our tunes updated to include exhaust braking?....I have the 35 horse and 75 horse tunes from Jody for my 6.7 and I'd like the exhaust brake tune updated into my 35 horse tune. That being said, I have a lot of revisions with Jody for my 35 horse tune to shift right, and we finally have had a revision shift butter smooth and good for 10k miles now, so I'd like to keep my revision if I can as well....

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By the way, please let Jody know I really like the new website. Glad it came together for y'all finally.
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Can previous customers get our tunes updated to include exhaust braking?....I have the 35 horse and 75 horse tunes from Jody for my 6.7 and I'd like the exhaust brake tune updated into my 35 horse tune. That being said, I have a lot of revisions with Jody for my 35 horse tune to shift right, and we finally have had a revision shift butter smooth and good for 10k miles now, so I'd like to keep my revision if I can as well....

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By the way, please let Jody know I really like the new website. Glad it came together for y'all finally.
Unfortunately there is no update program for this. I'll try to explain.

Updating or upgrading wouldn't be the correct terminology for this situation. The new tunes w/ exhaust brake are completely separate than their non-exhaust brake counterparts. The trans shifting is setup differently and the exhaust brake function is always active when not on the throttle above a certain RPM (so it is not on a switch). Think of it as a completely different tune compared to the regular 35HP and 50HP versions. Some will prefer the exhaust brake version, while others won't. We have been offering a similar line of tune options for the 6.0L for many years now. Does that all make sense?

Thanks for the positive feedback on the site. It has been a long time coming, that is for sure!
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My apologies for not seeing this sooner. At your request, Jody and I will work on this Friday for you.

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Is anyone actually using this tune on a '11-'13 truck towing heavy?
The vid looks good but doesn't mention if he's towing.

I am looking for a tune to help my fully deleted '11 tow my 15K lb 5th wheel when I go out west in the mountains.

I have a MiniMax now with the canned tunes. I know a lot of guys donít like the MiniMax, but it works great for me and I like the monitoring it provides. But I want a good tow tune with a better brake function. I care nothing about racing my truck. The DP is expensive for a single tune since I would have to get unlock codes as well, but still less than a whole new EZ LYNK.

I am considering upgrading to the EZ LYNK set up. If I do, I will decide between the Tryant tunes and the DP tunes. I am hoping someone has real-life HEAVY TOWING experience with one of these two tuning packages and can provide feedback on the brake function.

Any help would be appreciated.

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Pretty sure the DP-Tuner is emissions only, not used on deleted trucks,



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