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Hey Everyone,

I am currently in the market for a tune for my '11 6.7 Powerstroke. After doing research I found that the custom tunes are much better than canned tunes on my SCT X4. So my question is, what do y'all recommend for a reliable daily driver tune that adds a little horsepower/torque? I'm running a 5'' Flo-Pro DP-back and EGR delete, everything else is stock. I'm not looking for anything competitive or unsafe just a tune that will add between 50-100 hp while keeping the rest stock.

Tyrant's "Street" Tune caught my interest, but there's also a guy named Cale who's gained a reputation for his tunes as well. I'm just looking for expert opinion to see if these options are the routes to go or if there are better options.
 

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Tyrant all the way. Ran GH tunes for a while, and while they definitely were not terrible (and apparently I got better service than most) the Tyrant ones got rid of a lot of the 'blow-dryer' sound and definitely quickened response. Mine is a daily driver and gets about 60-80 miles a day in regular service. Love Tyrant so far.
 

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Tyrant all the way. Ran GH tunes for a while, and while they definitely were not terrible (and apparently I got better service than most) the Tyrant ones got rid of a lot of the 'blow-dryer' sound and definitely quickened response. Mine is a daily driver and gets about 60-80 miles a day in regular service. Love Tyrant so far.
What he said. Also Tryant Diesels tunes are done by Cale.
 

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I'll go ahead and vouch for Tyrant as well. I run the street tune daily and I absolutely love it. Do it, you won't regret it at all.
 

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I run GH on mine and have never had an issue. Not knocking Tyrant as I have never run them and would love to pick up a set one day $$ permitting. I really think it's about the truck as I've seen conversations that sometimes a truck just does not take a tune well. I would say as long as you stay with the big names your safe.
 
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