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The factory computer on the 6.7L's is designed to monitor various parameters of the vehicle and compensate in certain ways to prevent against potential long term damage. One example of this is the way your truck views boost. When an excessive amount (or at least the computer views it as excessive) of boost is shown, it will limit the amount of fueling, or defuel, to limit the amount of boost. Obviously, this can severely limit the amount of power you're getting to the ground.
ATS makes this simple Electronic Fuel Regulator that performs by fooling the computer to prevent against it both defueling and causing check engine lights (CEL's). If you've done any type of power modifications, this Electronic Fuel Regulator is an absolute must to ensure you're getting the power you've paid for!
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Will this boost fooler work on my 15 ram 5500 cab and chassis. It a 6.7 cummins with aisin trans?
Yes sir, if you're running a tuner and getting a check engine light for to much boost, this will take care of it.
Are these available for 2016 ram 3500 6.7/68rfe? Which provides the better results between this and the bd throttle sensitivity device??
We would recommend the Throttle Sensitivity Booster, The Boost Fooler kit is more suited for a truck having overboost codes and CEL's.
Will this void the warranty of the truck. I know it would have to be removed prior to taking to the dealer for service but wondering if the computer will store anything showing that this was used.?
This can be removed before service work. The computer would not store anything related to the product tho.
I just installed the stryker module on my 2016 ram 3500 and haven't had issues yet. I am wondering if there would be any advantage to running the regulator since the stryker doesn't have control over boost??
There would be no benefit of running this in line no.
Is this the same as the BD boost cooler?
They are built to accomplish the same task. -Ben