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I just recently picked up a 2007 Dodge with the 6.7 completely stock, looking to get better fuel mileage and remove the EGR out of the equation (or delete it) maybe add a little extra power but nothing spectacular just an every work truck, any ... JOIN NOW TO REMOVE TRACER

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Old 01-23-2013, 10:05 PM
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I just recently picked up a 2007 Dodge with the 6.7 completely stock, looking to get better fuel mileage and remove the EGR out of the equation (or delete it) maybe add a little extra power but nothing spectacular just an every work truck, any thoughts?
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Full exhaust 4or5" what ever you like and egr delete with tuning efi live is the best choice be h&s and smarty will work too im runing smarty and love it

coors_man_2005's Sig:08 3500 qcsb 6.7 cummins- nv5600 conversion valair clutch, all deletes raised rail pressure, arp head studs and rocker studs, vulcan head gasket & o rings,(thanks lazarsmith) titanium valve springs, chromoly push rods, silver bullet 66/74/14,fas 150 lift pump, afe stage 2 intake, 2000 dodge 1/2 ton Cummins conversion g56 4k.gov springs HD valve springs pump turned up turbo to small
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Okay will defiantly look into those, for the small amount of power should I need a new fuel system upgrades?
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Not a bad idea arleast lift pump the stock ones are junk
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