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Fits: 2001-2010 GM Sierra/Silverado LBZ | LLY | LB7 | LMM w/ 6.6L Duramax Engine
The EFI Live is the professionals go-to when tuning the 2001-2010 GM Duramax. The EFI Live system is a tool that allows you to electronically crack open the OE ECU & TCM in your Duramax and allows you to overwrite the stock files with upgraded tunes.
This specific EFI Live will include Coopers Custom Solutions tuning with either a single tune or 5 tunes. Coopers Custom Solutions writes their custom tunes for the Duramax in Canada and is highly regarded as one of the best custom tuners for the Duramax engine. Allow you to make safe and reliable power in your 2001-2010 Duramax.
CCS Tunes Available:
- Stock modified (Deletes)
- 25hp Tow
- 45hp Economy
- 75hp Street
- 90hp Performance
- 120hp Race
Information we need for Tuning:
- Vin Number
- Tire Size
- Type of Tune
- Mod List (If not stock)
- Automatic or Manual
- Ensure you input both a Phone number and Email
By custom tuning a truck, you are given the ability to modify countless parameters to the engine and transmission operation that OEMs had to produce the stock tunes you started with. The number one reason customers choose to tune their trucks is fuel economy. Just by changing the rate of the burn inside the combustion chamber and removing EGR gases (if applicable) from the burn we can extract more energy out of the fuel that was otherwise possible. By extracting more energy out of the fuel we get increased fuel mileage as less fuel is required and an increase of power.
A single tune option is perfect for customers who are just looking for a mild tow or economy tune and do not foresee the need to switch tunes. The truck will always run it much like the stock tune, perfect for customers who are not the only ones driving their trucks. We can set up a single tune to any power level or configuration.
The DSP5 option is great for customers who want the ability to turn up and down the power of a tune as a result of the changing circumstances in which you plan to use the truck. For example, if the truck is empty you can turn up the power to have a little fun, then turn it down when hooking up to your holiday trailer to minimize stress on the drivetrain.