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post #1 of 46 (permalink) Old 08-19-2019, 07:25 PM Thread Starter
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My deleted truck makes me smile!

Itís seems like lately every other thread is somebody having an issue with their deleted truck... I know a forum is a place where most only come to complain about something or try to find a solution to a problem and most rarely come to brag on their trucks!!

I always run my ram on the 1st tune(basically clean stock) because my truck is a g56 with stock clutch! On the way home from the grocery store it was raining so I decided to click it up to 3 just so I could have a little fun on the wet roads with so much stress on the poor clutch.. Nothing makes me smile more than running 40-50 and easing into it and an 8,000ish pound truck spinning like nothing!! I just wanted to through out a praise to deleting making these truck an entire different driving experience!!


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Was your torque management disabled?

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Welcome to the dark side. People don’t know what they’re missing until they ride in one.
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I canít honestly answer that question but but butt says mostly if not all yes.. lol


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Welcome to the dark side. People donít know what theyíre missing until they ride in one.


Iíve been here a while.. about 10k miles now.


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Was your torque management disabled?

--2015 2500, Crew Cab, Long Bed, 4x4, G56, Maximum Steel
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--2006 2500 4x4 4 door long bed auto, 8" BDS, 37s
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Was your torque management disabled?


I canít say 100% but I think so..


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I am upgrading my truck tomorrow. Hopefully I have a good experience as well.

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Agreed.. my 2010 was deleted. Sold that bought a 2018 and TRIED to last awhile but those parts fell off like my 2010. Never looked back, completely different truck.

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Itís seems like lately every other thread is somebody having an issue with their deleted truck... I know a forum is a place where most only come to complain about something or try to find a solution to a problem and most rarely come to brag on their trucks!!


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Glad to hear a success story. Like you said, seeing lots of deleted trucks with issues. I have no plans to delete but keep it in the back of my mind if I ever started having emission issues that were costing me money. With all the issues I've been seeing it wasn't a good option either. Fix one problem just to pick up another.

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Deleted mine at 15k miles. Bought it used with 12k on her. Totally different truck after the delete. Pretty much run a deleted stock tune. Still feels way better then it did before the delete. Revs easier (g56) and pulls like a train. Sadly the stock dual mass flywheel failed after about 6k miles of heavy towing. South bend dual disk replaced it. No problems with heavy towing now. To anyone on the fence about deleting their truck, my advice do it and don’t look back.
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I don't think it's so much the deleted trucks having issues but more so after deleting the driver causes other issues with their right foot.

Two totally different issues.

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