You paid BIG MONEY for a Diesel Pickup that is capable of 20% better mileage and as much as 30% more "Horsepower"... why are you settling for less?
FACTORY DETUNING OF LOW-END POWER IS THE PROBLEM!
The MAIN REASON your diesel gets poor fuel mileage and "useable power" is because it's been DE-TUNED in the "Driving-Zone" where you need it most. (1400-2200 RPM).
Truth is, manufacturers are only required to meet emission standards under 2200 RPM... which is where you drive your truck 99% of the time.
Emissions equipment is NOT the problem!
** MYTH: Removing emissions equipment will increase mileage.
** TRUTH: No it will not. Emissions equipment is not the problem plus it is illegal to tamper with emissions.
The easy solution to increase mileage is to actually RESTORE LOW-END POWER in the "Driving-Zone"! This is exactly what our Plug-N-Go performance modules do.
FOR OVER 20 YEARS AFTER MARKET "DIESEL PERFORMANCE MODULES" HAVE BEEN PROVEN TO INCREASE FUEL MILEAGE AND USABLE POWER.
OUR DIY INSTALL MODULES ARE THE LOW-COST, WARRANTY-FRIENDLY SOLUTION YOU NEED:
Time to get 100 MORE miles out of every tank of fuel! Installing one of our PLUG-N-GO diesel performance module is the answer you are looking for to restore that de-tuned low-end power and increase the throttle response. (This is mileage and power you paid for when you bought the truck)
DIESEL PERFORMANCE MODULE TOP BENEFITS:
For 17 years we have been in the Diesel Performance industry and have over 50,000 customer installs.
We are so CONFIDENT the Diesel Performance Module we offer will give you the results we promise that we want to let you test drive it for 45 Days... PLUS a 100% Satisfaction Guarantee.
OUR PROMISE TO YOU:
Easy install extremely tight but directions even give you a good plan of attack for fitting your arms in there. Took a while for me to see MPG gains but I went from 330 to 420 over about three tanks, my F250 rarely got over 380. My best advice is to install it and as the directions say "leave it on for as long as possible". Cant speak much on HP as I don't have a heavy foot bought for fuel savings does feel a bit more responsive though. Lionel H. Austin, TX United States