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'11-'14 Ram 3.6L and 4.7L Tunes Released!

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Post Thu Jul 17, 2014 12:28 pm
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Check out our latest tune release for Dodge Trucks! Rev Up Your '11-'14 3.6L or 4.7L 1500 Ram Truck with the I-1000DCX to make another 15 HP and 20 Ft. Lbs. Torque! Image
Dan Dolan
National Sales Manager

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Just bought and installed on a 2013 Ram with the 3.6L. Right now running the Mileage Boost.

Is there a list of the items that can be modified on the 2013 Ram with the 3.6L and 8 Speed transmission?
Also it looks like there were three tunes currently. Mileage Boost, 87, and Diablo (91 octane)?
What is the difference between the Mileage Boost and 87 (technically, not just that one is for mileage and the other is for performance)?
I am running a drop in (currently not CAI options) and aftermarket exhaust. Any recommendations on modifications to the tunes?
Also any future tunes coming out for the 3.6?
Last question hopefully. I am taking a 3500 mile road trip. Mainly looking for mileage but will be going through the mountains some too. Would the mileage actually provide the best mileage, or 87 octane because I will be running it harder (extra HP and TQ)?

Thank you!

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Location: DiabloSport World Headquarters

the params for fueling, spark, throttle boost, etc, will all be in there.
You can go through them anytime in the truck.

Best tune for a long trip is generally the MPG tune, but you may have hit a good point in that you may want some extra power and the 87 tune will help there for sure.

Mike Litsch
Powerteq Customer Service Manager
Diablo Tech support by phone:
M-F 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM EST

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Thank you for the information.

I have ran over 150 miles on both the MPG and the 87 tunes (300+ miles total)
The MPG tune has made no change. I did my typical drive to work that I get 19.5 to 20.5 MPG. I received 19.5 (hand calculated).
I then switched to the 87 tune. Saw the same mileage (19.6). I didn't notice much, if any performance change.

Is there any recommendation on what to change or do? It was advertised with 2 - 3 MPG on the MPG tune and 8 HP on the 87 tune. I understand those are up to, but I was hoping for a little more. I am open for any suggestions.

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Does anyone know if these people figured out the locker and sway bar issue for a 2012 rubicon?

If I knew these options weren't working, I never would have bought it. Feeling scammed.

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Returning due to the following issues:
1. Caused oil change % to drop to 25% remaining after 1500 miles (usually takes 6000 - 8000 miles).
2. Once i got to approximately 8000 ft above sea level, the truck started chugging (in the middle of an intersection). Barely got through the intersection (very scary). Got to the side of the road and turned off the vehicle. Barely turned back on and continued chugging. Removed the 87 octane tune and it was back to normal.

Not willing to put a 45K vehicle through this and not going to reduce my reliability.
Also saw no mileage improvement and only performance increase was throttle response (no actual HP/TQ).

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Hello. I am new to this forum. I have a 2013 Ram 1500 with the 4.7L engine and 65RFE transmission. The transmission is designed to shift from 2nd to 4th. Will the Trinity allow me to program the transmission to always shift from 2nd to 3rd?

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i have the intune i-1000-dcx im trying to update it to tune my challenger but it keeps telling me i need to register in order to update it i registered already online in the link it took me to and nothing really bumming i really want to tune my car please help..
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