Reviewed By Jonathan M (ZEPHYRHILLS, FL) Reviewed for a 2007 Ford F-150 —3/2/2015 9:38 PM
I gain 8 miles to a gallon of fuel in my f150 rinning 35's..highly recommended to anyone with 06-08 f150
Reviewed By Glenn H (Dante, VA) Reviewed for a 2014 Dodge Ram —2/26/2015 9:41 PM
All I can say is this truck is a whole new beast. Does not even feel like the same truck. Also being able to monitor what my truck is doing is a definite plus. Install was easy, took about 45 min. Getting the rear injector harness off was the worst part, but not that bad. If you have a cummins this is what you need, you will not regret it. Auto anything was great as usual, was on my doorstep two days after I ordered.
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