low or ultra-low fuel consumption in the 6.7-liter Cummins-powered RAM trucks
Only we, at RaceMe Official, in collaboration with our Custom Tuner, Dave, have put in the effort to provide our customers with software that achieves the lowest possible diesel consumption for 6.7-liter Cummins RAM trucks. We achieved a record-breaking 24 miles per gallon (9.8 liters per 100 kilometers) on our test trucks. One of our test trucks is a 2017 3500 Limited SRW with an Aisin transmission. The truck is equipped with a performance tune producing just under 500 horsepower at the rear wheels. The tires are Nitto’s NT420V in 305/50R22 size, which boasts an attractive street profile with minimal rolling resistance. The truck has no lift kit, so its wind resistance is the same as a stock truck.
In today’s world, it is increasingly important to have a truck with low fuel consumption that can deliver the power you need on demand There is no problem having both, what makes both possible is your right foot together with our software. Given the soaring fuel prices, it’s likely they will continue to rise even higher in the near future.
Please keep in mind that you can only achieve the mileage we’ve attained if you address the following key points:
- Your driving habits play a significant role in achieving good mileage. So, don’t expect exceptionally low consumption if you’re pushing your truck to the limits all day long.
- Another crucial factor is checking each wheel for binding brakes. Sticking caliper pistons or caliper pins can make a huge difference in mileage. Also, ensure that the brake pads are not rusted to the caliper, preventing them from fully releasing. Lift each wheel with a jack to check for smooth rotation. Note that there is a difference between models prior to 2012 and those from 2013 onward, as the latter have a front axle disconnect, which allows for smoother wheel rotation.
- Regularly check and maintain tire pressure, keeping it close to the manufacturer’s specifications.
- Change the fuel filter(s) on a regular basis and use, if possible, fuel with a low or no biofuel content.
- Develop a forward-looking driving habit (i.e., don’t stay on the accelerator if you anticipate having to slow down soon).
- It’s crucial that the truck undergoes deletion (No DPF/EGR/SCR). Removing these so-called “Emission Parts” is essential. Diesel particulate filters, in reality, act as miniature incinerators known as “trap oxidizers” without adequate emissions regulation. Not only do they emit significantly higher particulate levels during regeneration cycles, but their emissions are also more toxic to cells compared to non-DPF exhaust due to various chemical reactions and secondary combustion. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency made a grave mistake by mandating them, and the DC Court of Appeals should have reconsidered. Furthermore, Congress should have recognized the extreme dangers they pose and banned them. To better understand the importance of removing the “Emission Parts,” read our article: https://www.racemeofficial.com/why-a-dpf-delete-on-a-6-7-cummins-can-be-a-life-saving-option/
The above article tells you why you should/must do a delete on your 6.7 Cummins RAM truck. In case of Nuclear War or natural EMP disaster your truck would be a worthless paperweight without our software what keeps truck running with all kinds of filtered cumbustionable oils you can find. This is only possible without DPF and stock software.
Unfortunately, these actions have not been taken, and we are left facing ecological time bombs with no political courage to address them. At RaceMe GmbH, we, along with our Custom Tuner David, develop the best tunes available. Customers who order an ECO tune will receive a new and improved ECO release for free if one is developed. While not every truck will achieve 24 mpg, 19 mpg is always attainable if the above criteria are met. For those who may be interested, David is in his final semester at TU Graz in Austria, studying Engine Development. TU Graz is renowned worldwide for its expertise in Diesel Engine Development.
Be prepared for a horrible rise in gas and diesel fuel prices. What is happenig actually in the Mid East points to a big rise in prices. Even a nulear was is possible now.
Nuclear War, Nuclear attac soon possible. Prepare for nuclear attac!!!