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17-19 hp and torque limits

What you guys thinking? 650 700 550 what would be the max you would drive your truck at and feel sure your not hurting anything
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With modern common rail tech, 700 hp isn’t anything to worry about.
I’ve been daily driving my 12 year old 6.7 Cummins at 600 hp for 40k miles without concern
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Limits are only established by your check book.
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For daily driving you probably won’t be using more than stock horsepower (even if more is available due to a tune). The engine will last a very long time...

Now if you start racing, pulling, or or other “extreme” activities you’ll use that extra horsepower and are quite a bit more likely to break things. It’s the old “gotta pay to play” adage in action. That’s why they recommend towing at stock or low hp tunes.

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For daily driving you probably won’t be using more than stock horsepower (even if more is available due to a tune). The engine will last a very long time...

Now if you start racing, pulling, or or other “extreme” activities you’ll use that extra horsepower and are quite a bit more likely to break things. It’s the old “gotta pay to play” adage in action. That’s why they recommend towing at stock or low hp tunes.
thanks I’ve been daily driving on max power and I normally don’t go to the floor with it about every two tanks of fuel I reset the trip meter every time I fill up with fuel and Right now I’m at 23.4 mpg how I achieve that mileage is staying 55 and under I drive on the interstate very little it’s got transmission tuning as well running psg tunes and shifts very nice at low throttle and firm as hell at full throttle my average since deleting it 4,000 miles ago is 20.5 no bs my mileage says how I’ve been driving it
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Limits are only established by your check book.
lol don’t wanna waste money if I can avoid it the diesel doctor is expensive
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