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the edge ez gave me 2 mpg improvement over stock and a little kick in the seat on power improvement. its a basic box, but if your looking for a good mpg increase, this may be for you. ive been happy with it. if you DONT have the cash to invest in gages, and new clutch / tranny, then this would be a good fit as well.
I actually lost some fuel economy with the EZ on my '03. Not much but it was a .5-1mpg drop. And that was on the 50hp setting.
Personally, I wasn't that impressed with the EZ. Ran it for a year and ditched it for the SMARTY.
Well, I just got back from the shop. Stopped at Sam's to fill up, $4.03, I'll be traveling some this weekend so I should have some results by Sunday or Monday. Man I love the CAI & Exhaust I got put on, it sounds great!!! :thumbsup
-2007- 5.9, 48RE, Leveled, 5" TBE, Amsoil CAI
So far I installed the Mileage Max chip, I haven't noticed any difference in MPG yet, though I can sure as hell fell it when i step on the gas. I have a Tounno Cover coming as well as a muffler delete tube that my neighbor is gonna weld up for 20 dollars. I'm trying to find a set of lowering springs for the truck, preferably 3" front, 6" back, so it will be leveled out and since its lowering the center of gravity and all that I should get some better handling/MPG. Does anyone know how much the stock batteries for these trucks weigh I still have both of my factory batteries in there and I am wondering if it is worth the money to invest into some lighter ones.
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