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I have an 07 F-250 Superduty 6.0L I average about 16mpg running around and on the highway. Any suggestions on a specific brand programmer that might make me get a little better milage?
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Get on one of the Ford or Powerstroke forums....they are full of great information...
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You might want to double check warrenty for your 07 with useing a programmer, probably gonna void it.
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Maybe check with innovative custom tuning. Probably a good idea to look into headstuds too.
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look into to sct tuner at pungo4x4.com or pungo auto parts.com
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friend of mine has a 99 250 with the edge programmer fully adjustable on the fly unlike superchips has alot of power with several differant power levels i think this runs about 650 dollars but with the superchip you put it on customize your program and if it has to go to the dealers for work you can set it back to stock and they can not tell that it was on there i have an 05 ranger and i spoke with a person in the warrenty dept. of ford and he told me as long as the mod was for the specific year model and make it would not void warrenty but i would still contact some one before purchasing
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I'd stay away from any of the generic diesel programmers such as banks or edge, they're not made for your specific truck and will tend to be much harder on your transmission. I have a 7.3 and don't know a whole lot about the 6.0s but some good Ford tuners are Power Hungry Performance, Matt at Gearhead Automotive, Beans diesel performance, Swamps diesel. Get on Powerstrokenation.com and do some looking around they'll give you some good info.
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