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Old 12-28-2016, 07:14 PM   #1
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Duramilage Module???

Can anyone shed some info, good or bad, on the Duramilage module that is being sold for our trucks.? They have some nice claims of an increase in MPG, all the while not leaving any fingerprints on the factory computer for warranty reasons. TIA
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Can anyone shed some info, good or bad, on the Duramilage module that is being sold for our trucks.? They have some nice claims of an increase in MPG, all the while not leaving any fingerprints on the factory computer for warranty reasons. TIA
I went ahead and got one anyhow and now that I'm about a month into owning it, I can say that it works as advertised. I'm still on winter diesel so mpg isn't that great yet, but the power from the 90hp tune is a nice bump. My only complaint is how long it takes for the computer to learn the new injector programming.
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I am interested in your results.

I did the same but with the Smarty Touch plus added a non restricted air cleaner to turbo down tube. It will be nice to compare figures.
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any update gents?
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any update gents?
I had a issue with my first module not working correctly and they bent over backwards to make it right. I spoke to Doc directly who is the inventor of this module and he told me that there was a run of bad Cummins modules that were sold. This second module was night and day from the first and I'm very happy with it. There is no doubt that there is extra power down low at part throttle, and my fuel economy is no doubt better when using it. I'd say for a plug and play module that leaves no trace of being there, you can't go wrong for the money.
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I ordered one for my 2016 6.7 Cummins. It will be here Tues.
I have a 12,000 lb Montana fifth wheel. I will update with results.
I also installed a set of airlift bags w/wireless remote to on board compressor.
Both the RAM and the Montana are new to me.(purchased in the last 3 months)
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6.7 Cummings. I[/QUOTE]???????????????is that like a powerslop?
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???????????????is that like a powerslop?
Google Duramilage
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I ordered one for my 2016 6.7 Cummings.
Cummins, as in cummins engines is not spelled with a letter g.
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It will be interesting if you bring it into the dealer for an issue if the module is indeed invisible. I suspect their scanners will pick up something.
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