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Old 01-18-2014, 06:05 PM   #15
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davidco33 - Our coach takes off like a bat out hell if you gun it. It will also pass just about anything up a hill with authority (at the cost of 1 or 2 mpg). I understand that your coach is longer and heavier than ours though. This is our first Class A and I honestly didn't think they were that fast. Maybe it's the gearing or that we have the 2014 V10. This thing makes crazy power at higher RPMs which is odd for a big engine. The sound it makes at higher RPMs takes getting used to since we are all used to the low end power of V8s.
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I have the V-10 and added the 5 Star tune. Made a big difference on the downshifting on overpasses. Only have about 15K on it so far but has plenty of power. Is a bit noisy!
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I have the V-10 and added the 5 Star tune. Made a big difference on the downshifting on overpasses. Only have about 15K on it so far but has plenty of power. Is a bit noisy!
Thanks for your feedback
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