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Old 10-08-2009, 04:59 PM   #21
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It might be awhile, but so far it seems to be around 1 mpg better. Controller has been in for about 2000 miles and not a problem, engine is smoother and not working as hard, has a little extra pull when going up steep hills.
As far as warranty, go to TSdiesel website and it tells you what the box does. You actually plug it into the port on top of the passenger side valve cover. What it mainly does is increase the fuel pressure at the injectors. It keeps it under the safe limits of the injectors, but alot higher then the factory. You are not changing the ECM at all or the turbo.
I had it in for all that warranty work and before I took it in I unhooked the controller and plugged it back in the stock way. They never said a word to me and it did not show up when they plugged into the computor.
International actually will sell a higher performance program for your ECM, I think it was between $700-900.
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