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Old 07-14-2016, 11:54 AM   #346  
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Newbe!..

So I picked up a 2010 Ram 2500 Mega last week... 95k miles and it is a great truck!.. but getting 10 to 11.5 MPG is not what I expected... I have read this thread, and will start planning to make some "improvements" in the future..

Where is there an indication that a Regen is being done on the DPF??.. would it show on the dash or how to know it is in that process??... More questions to follow..
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Mine doesn't display when it's in regen. Sometimes, if it's idling, I can tell by the change in sound of the motor. Also, if it's idling in 'Park', the high-idle will come on in conjunction with the change in sound.

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Old 07-17-2016, 09:28 PM   #348  
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My 2012 does not indicate dpf regenerations either. (This was before I deleted my dpf filter.) Obviously now I don't have to worry about them now.
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Awesome post, thank much
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What are the average installation cost??
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I did an EGR delete and turbo back exhaust removal on a 2010 Dodge 6.7. i just cut the wiring harness. i seem to have a small drain on the battery's now and the truck is dead in about 4 days. (New Battery's). I have made sure none of the wires i cut are touching each other. Not sure any are hot with key off anyway? Any ideas would be much appreciated.
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Old 05-31-2017, 08:26 AM   #352  
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Delete with stock down pipe

Has anyone removed the stock downpipe and hollowed out the dpr cat and nox filter so it will stilll pass the visual inspections? I want to do this along with getting the RaceMe tuner. Any thoughts?
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Why can't I see the example pics in blakes first post? Any ideas?
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Why can't I see the example pics in blakes first post? Any ideas?
Nevermind. I can see them now?:conf
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Old 08-04-2017, 07:59 AM   #355  
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Blake, can you help me out?

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Seems I should have never sold my 06 5.9 but it's to late now. I recently purchased a 2012 6.7 and to say the least I'm now regretting it after seeing my fuel mileage plummet. I'm lucky if I get 12mpg compared to 19mpg with the old 5.9.

So I'm figuring i need to do the deletes. I have a bully dog programmer which doesn't support any deletes. Go figure, right! So I'm thinking efi live is my only option left out there. Which one is the big question? I heard Corey's or byrans is the way to go. I figure I can still use the bully dog as my monitor and run one of those guy's programmer. Thinking 4" turbo back exhaust to go with it to. What would you recommend?

Did I read it right to that I don't have to do the egr delete now because the programmer will just shut the egr system off for me? I live in the worst epa state there is and will have to smog every yeo years and try to avoid those bs road side inspections. So there again what would you recommend I do to save my 6.7 & gain some mpg back?

Your help will be greatly appreciated...!
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Old 08-06-2017, 06:40 AM   #356  
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I had a Smarty from my 07 and it worked on my 12. I cannot remember the details on how I did it. I'm certain I upgraded the files/program. Only a couple features worked on the 12 and it was confirmed that is how it works when moving to a newer version.

As for the egr, my set up started to leak coolant at that stand pipe so I deleted it too. You will still have exhaust gas passing thru without a delete.

My 16 got a Smarty Ultra ME and I ran it for awhile without egr delete. I could smell coolant and the leak once again was at that stand pipe. Fully deleted now.

You will net better mpg results on your 12 then the DEF trucks.

EFI live is nice! I know folks using it but no personal experience here.
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