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Discussion in '6.7L 3rd Gen Cummins' started by BlueHound, Sep 5, 2018.

  1. BlueHound

    BlueHound Registered User

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    Hey Guys I have a 2018 6.7 Cummins I picked up not to long ago and I’m looking to delete it. I’ve heard good things about double r diesel and diesel performance of Texas which would you guys lean toward? I also want to get a 12v tune because I grew up around the diesels of old and I want mine to sound more like that.
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    Power Driven Diesel should be able to hook you up with a tune. I know for sure that they have one
     
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    At work we use ezLynk an dongle to do our delets I'll get a pic also we call gomer diesel out of missoula for our programs and they're flawless so far I do about 6 a week also they come from stock no emissions to 200hp no emissions for 600 for a tune and 150 for the tuner it's not bad
     
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    Double r diesel mm3.
    Unmatched proven tunes to keep the trans alive.

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    What would you all recommend for a 2008 Dodge Ram 2500 that lost its EGR and other related emission equipment? Also would like some recommendations for transmission upgrades as well. Thanks
     
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    Same as I said above. The 68re is fairly tough. Especially behind good tuning.
    Crappy tuning is the number one trans killer.

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