I've seen gas mileage quoted on these trucks anywhere from 12-15mpg, but
it's going to greatly depend on what kind of driving you do and how your
truck is equipped.
To use an old cliche', "There is no such thing as a free lunch". People who
purchase items like chips, programmers, exhaust systems, etc. have to be
realistic as to why they are buying them and what to expect out of them
(improved performance, sound, whatever), and getting better mileage is not
what these things do.
Cheers - Jonathan
If you want to improve your mileage, the best thing to use is Common Sense.
A good tune-up with quality parts, filters, etc., good tires with a street
tread properly inflated, and above all keep your foot off the gas.
If I was getting 16 mpg,I`d be doing back flips.That is the most I`ve
ever heard of from a 6.0.
I would also say the K&N didn`t help with that,unless you did the whole
air intake,and mass air meter,I`d say it was a waste.Been there,done
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