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50 State Legal Custom Tuning by DuramaxTuner.com

[fa icon="calendar'] Oct 17, 2021 11:49:00 AM / by Paul Wilson posted in Duramax Power, Tuning for new diesel, Delete, Emissions Intact

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50 State Legal Custom Diesel Tuning!

True custom tuning means you get the most out of your truck without sacrificing reliability. It's about dialing the truck in so the power comes on effortlessly and you can tow with ease. If you use your truck like an actual truck, you need a better throttle response and more power for getting the job done! 

Calibrated Power is proud to offer a wide range of 50 State Legal Custom Diesel Tuning. That means you can drive anywhere in the US and have total confidence that your truck is still legal.

50 STATE LEGAL TUNING

Do you need DuramaxTuner.com 50 State Legal Tuning?

  • Total flexibility to select the power level you need 
  • Designed to be safe for your engine and emissions equipment
  • Fully customized tuning with more than 100+ calibration changes from stock
  • No hacking wires into control units or fuel pump and turbo sensors
  • More power and less soot than box programmers
  • World Class Customer Service Phone Support!
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7 Things You Have to Know When Tuning Your 2010-2015 Cummins!

[fa icon="calendar'] Apr 4, 2016 3:43:02 PM / by Paul Wilson posted in Emissions, EGR Delete, Cummins, Best tuning for Cummins, 2013, 2014, 2016, DPF Intact, EGR ON, DPF ON, 2011, 2015, New Diesel, Tuning for new Cummins, 2013 Cummins, Cummins Turbo, Cummins Diesel, Emisssions Intact Tuning, Diesel Tuning, 2011 Cummins, 2015 Cummins, Urea, 2012, New Cummins, Tuning for new diesel, 2012 Cummins, 2014 Cummins, Delete, DPF Delete, Urea Delete

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Tuning your 2010-2015 Cummins can dramatically improve your driving experience!

The Dodge/Ram/Cummins manufacturers have improved many factors that impact your driving experience throughout the years. From cup holders and radios and interior cab lights to heated seats, larger mirrors and automated turbine braking; Cummins trucks are getting better every year. Horsepower and Torque have not been missed in these constantly ongoing improvements. Back in in 1989 the first 12v had just a 160 RWHP rating from the factory, now the 6.7L as off 2010 is 350 - 370 Horsepower depending on transmission and trim package. With that being stated, there is still a lot of room for aftermarket tuning to improve your truck. 

Below are 7 things you shoud know, before you decide which tuning is right for you . .  . . 

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