6.0 PDQ volumizer

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  1. mrhorton88

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    Hello everyone I'm new to the 6.0 and I have found a couple of PDQ volumizers and was wondering if anyone had used one and how they performed. Any help is appreciated.
     
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    Don't do it. Get a real tuner. Get gauges before that.
    And before that, you better do headstuds.

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    It's been studded and had the egr delete done. It's got gauges but they're unhooked right now. It used to have a digital moniter. I didn't know if that was a good deal or not. IThis is my first diesel with electronics.
     
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    Ah, gotcha.
    There's way better tuners for those. Look into the sct x4 type devices.

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    I'd like to get one. I figured those were to good to be true but thought I'd ask.
     
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    SRL Tune from gearhead. Head bolt safe (as safe as running a tune on a non studded truck can be, it still probably wont last). 375-400 rwhp. Wam bam thank you ma'am.
     
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    How do you get that?
     
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    Get a SCT tuner that can load custom tunes, and then buy the tunes from gearhead performance.
     
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    Alright. I guess I'm gonna have to save up and buy one of those
     
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    Never heard of PDQ. You can find a used SCT SF3/X3 for half the price of a new x4 if you are looking to save money. Just have to make sure the previous owner has it unmarried. I have tunes from Tony Wildman, WPE, PHP, and TSD. They all have their pros and cons. Highly recommend PHP and TSD.

    Tony Wildman (Total Diesel Performance), WPE (Windrunner Performance Engineering), PHP (Power Hungry Performance), TSD (Truck Source Diesel)
     

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