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2011 DPF Deletes and Programmers

Old 12-07-2010, 09:24 AM
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Carefull on how much you turn up the power on a stock RFE68 transmission, they can take some abuse, but not tons of abuse.

The G56 clutch will slip on kill mode.

I drive my truck on stock power level, 99.9% of the time. Just by dropping off the cat/dpf, you probably pick-up 20rwhp. The turbo will spool better and the egt's will be lower.
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Old 12-07-2010, 09:31 AM
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Originally Posted by Mike Holmen View Post
Carefull on how much you turn up the power on a stock RFE68 transmission, they can take some abuse, but not tons of abuse.

The G56 clutch will slip on kill mode.

I drive my truck on stock power level, 99.9% of the time. Just by dropping off the cat/dpf, you probably pick-up 20rwhp. The turbo will spool better and the egt's will be lower.
Yeah i know the trannys are for sure our weak link in the rams. I just want to get better economy. I love the truck but my mileage suckkkssss[verymad Thanks for all the info. Its been very helpfull
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Old 12-08-2010, 03:50 PM
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I am running my xrt on the wild setting which would be the middle one. It is running soo well. I have the G56 and i am not sure but i have a feeling that if i put the hot program on and got on it it would probably slip the transmission. Anyone try it yet??? i really dont want to be putting a south bend in just yet. Anyone know if you can slip it on the wild setting??
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Old 12-08-2010, 04:52 PM
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I am running my xrt on the wild setting which would be the middle one. It is running soo well. I have the G56 and i am not sure but i have a feeling that if i put the hot program on and got on it it would probably slip the transmission. Anyone try it yet??? i really dont want to be putting a south bend in just yet. Anyone know if you can slip it on the wild setting??
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The answer is yes, a few guys on cummins forum are already running aftermarket clutches. I hope you have at least have a few gauges.

Which verison you guys running? Any body done the fuel rail pressure shim? Helps keep fuel in the rail. Running a fass or air dog?

I run mine on stock mode 99% of the time, the truck works good enough for what I'm doing. I have other trucks to do some playing with. I have to have one truck that not to modified.
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I have a fuel rail plug and like i said i am running the wild setting and i just take it easy but i have not yet slipped it>> just wanted to know if you really get on it can you slip it on the wild setting?? how about the mild setting??
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My 2007 had a Edge,cold air intake,And exhaust and my clutch slipped all of the time.
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Anyone have any idea when the 2011 will have deletes and programmers?? I would like to get the dpf and cat off as soon as i can to increase the mpg.
I got this message from MADS today...

"Hello,
the new software for Smarty JR67 and Smarty JR67ME, compatible to 2010 trucks, is currently under beta-test.
It will be available soon.

Stefano Negrini - MADS"

I would assume they will work for 2011 as well?
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Actually they told me that the new 2010 software from MADS was not setup to be compatible with the 2011 software....longer wiat for the 2011s if you want to go with MADS.
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