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Tyrant Tune question

So Thursday night I'm doing my DPF delete and EGR block off. My question is what are you guys with Tyrant running for a tune? Stock other than these mods. I have Tow, Street, Performance, and Extreme. Probably won't run extreme ever, but what's the difference between street and performance?
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Not sure what the difference is between extreme and performance but I typically keep mine in performance and then switch it to tow when we?re towing, and I only run performance as I get better fuel mileage on the performance tune while running around empty vs the tow tune
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Interesting, wonder what street does then compared to performance.
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If I remember correctly itís just increasing in HP 50,100,150, then 175 I think or roughly these numbers. The higher the tuner the hotter the timing hence the increase in MPG if you can keep your foot out of it.

I also run performance and tow as above, but I rarely dog the truck, and get better MPG.


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i have mine on performance... haven't had the balls to run it on race/extreme
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I run only Tow Tune (and only bought a single tune). I about destroyed my Duramax when I had it tuned hot, this truck costs considerably more and I didn’t want to prematurely destroy it.

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Thanks for the input. I guess no one runs street then lol. I'll load up performance and see how she feels.
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Can't believe what a different truck it is after being deleted! I can't even believe the power gain. My 6.0's moved pretty good, this thing would pull it down the strip. I decided to load the Performance tune. Shift points seem to be getting better, the 4th, 5th and sometimes 6th shift is still a bit harsh but it's only been a few days. Anyone know if Tyrant has decals? Wouldn't mind rocking one on my back window.
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Would recommend the deletions? How much quicker to 60 are you do you think? I've been on the fence about doing this.
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Haven't timed myself yet, but I can say a whole lot faster......if the tires don't blow off your rims trying to get to 60 after you're deleted. Trying to dart out in traffic if I get on it a little bit the tires just go up in a blaze, and the traction control light constantly blinks. I make it a habit now to turn it off when I get in the truck because it just cuts power to easily now.
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