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Old 08-10-2020, 08:32 AM   #1
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2006 Kodiak Duramax tuning

I'm wondering if anyone has tuned their Duramax in the Kodiak C5500 and what kind of results they got out of it? I know more about tuning power strokes and Cummins in pickups. This is my first Duramax. I don't want anything radical. It would be interested in helping it pull a little bit better. My 34 MH is around 19k loaded. No tow vehicle yet but plan to soon.

I'm thinking about adding a pyro and boost gauge in the dash blanks. Any other gauges for the tuned Duramax that would be beneficial?

Also looking at either a PPE programer or having a tuning friend do a custom tune on it.
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You might want to read the following thread. The Feds are going after the people providing deletes and tuning. Will you have a problem with inspections?

https://www.irv2.com/forums/f45/def-...te-496891.html

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You might want to read the following thread. The Feds are going after the people providing deletes and tuning. Will you have a problem with inspections?

https://www.irv2.com/forums/f45/def-...te-496891.html

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Thanks, my duramax diesel is pre-def/dpf. Not looking for any emission deletes just simple tow style tuning.
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