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New shakey upgrades

I just picked up a stock 2010 crew cab long bed 2wd and just like with ole shakey i figured make a build thread for its progress
Plans are full deletes smarty jr me or s67me and straight pipe exhaust


Im far more familiar with first gens
but now we have a 1st gen 2nd gen 24v 3rd gen 06 cr and now a 4th gen on the farm

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Good looking truck!

You are on the right path with deletes for reliability and economy.

However.

Mind the high power tunes. Used carelessly they will wreak havoc on a few things.

Tranny/clutch: The auto will usually hold up to 100hp over stock. I wouldnt tow with it any higher than 60hp over stock. If its a G56, I was slipping the clutch on the 60hp tune. Not driving aggressively either. A good SouthBend clutch and its taking everything I throw at it, and I know Im north of 500hp daily driving my truck.

High tunes and a heavy right foot can also spit a head gasket out really quick on the 6.7, Mind the timing and watch your warm up temp and you should be ok.
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Its an auto and i had planned on a 50ish hp tune at most for now
its alot different then driving my 1st gen


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Its an auto and i had planned on a 50ish hp tune at most for now
its alot different then driving my 1st gen
You should be just fine.

And that would be the understatement of the year. 1st gen to 4th gen, talk about a jump.....
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nice truck, you will be happy with it. 1 suggestion tho, skip the smarty and go with H&S
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Im gona do mechanical gauges (boost pyro rail pressure) on the pillar so i dont need the digital ones. Im not looking for alot more power at most 100hp (i have the 1st gen to play with.)
is the h&s tuning that much better then mads?

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Mind you im used to a 12mm wrench a T20 torx and a flat head screwdriver as a tuner....

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Running H&S for about half a year, then MADS for about 3 months, and now back to H&S, yeah, go with H&S...
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Got the STAR network build sheet for NS with all my options i got 4.10s and a antispin 11.50 aam and my running boards and exhaust tip are ma mopar

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What is the STAR for getting you new buggy's build info? I'd like to get one for my 2010 4x4.


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Its dodges online info service you gota ask your dealer for it

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