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Old 12-19-2010, 02:01 PM
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Just my humble opinion, I have to agree with HoustonHemi. With the 4Gen Rams they get great mpg considering what they are. I don't know the cost of the tuner justifies itself strictly for mpg.

Now, if you were to put true dual exhaust from the manifold back and get the tuner and a fully enclosed CAI, then I wold say the tuner would be of benefit.

But that's a lot of $$. The stock motor comes with a damn good CAI. Not as good as it could be but pretty close.

Really comes down to personal choice. In my case, I'm not messing with my motor. I get 20+mpg at 65mph. I'm happy.
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