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Old 03-12-2018, 09:16 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Tuning choices with current epa memo?

I understand Idaho rob and many others, starting late last month, will no longer offer their tunes to the public due to an offer from the epa to litigate. It appears his tune pages are blank, I assumed this was because I was in CA at the moment, perhaps not...

Are there other options still available or good shared tunes? I considered writing my own, but $300 for 5 well written tunes seemed like a deal hard to beat.

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Old 03-13-2018, 01:34 PM   #2 (permalink)
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There's still a stack full of tuners that are mentioned on here that you will be satisfied with. Just pick one.
It's not like Idaho rob is the only tuner.


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Is Kory still offering tunes? I considered buying Idaho Rob tunes for my birthday but that's out of the question now. All I want is 20 mpg at 70 mph on the highway.
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Old 03-15-2018, 02:49 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Is Kory still offering tunes? I considered buying Idaho Rob tunes for my birthday but that's out of the question now. All I want is 20 mpg at 70 mph on the highway.

I would suggest not asking us and ask him.

Buy a car that will get you 20mpg at 70.


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My stock 2016 Ecodiesel Jeep GC gets 32 mpg at 70ph...
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My stock 2016 Ecodiesel Jeep GC gets 32 mpg at 70ph...
Once again another FAKE mpg report by resetting the ave mpg while cruising at 70mph for a couple of miles, probably a slight downgrade and a tailwind.
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Once again another FAKE mpg report by resetting the ave mpg while cruising at 70mph for a couple of miles, probably a slight downgrade and a tailwind.
Fake??? Hand calculated! Miles traveled divided by gallons filled...
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BS, as soon as you claimed 32 mpg @ 70 mph that proved your claim is BS.
Resetting the average MPG while your driving 70 mph does not count as actual mileage tank to tank.
How do you drive 70 mph fuel up and hand calculate your mileage all while driving 70 mph tank to tank on fuel. Not going to happen.
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BS, as soon as you claimed 32 mpg @ 70 mph that proved your claim is BS.
Resetting the average MPG while your driving 70 mph does not count as actual mileage tank to tank.
How do you drive 70 mph fuel up and hand calculate your mileage all while driving 70 mph tank to tank on fuel. Not going to happen.
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Why wouldn’t a Diesel JEEP get 32mpg?

What kind of nonsense are you speaking? “How do you drive 70 mph fuel up and hand calculate your mileage all while driving 70 mph tank to tank on fuel. “

Somebody missed his meds I think.lol

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My stock 2016 Ecodiesel Jeep GC gets 32 mpg at 70ph
Fake??? Hand calculated! Miles traveled divided by gallons filled...
So what has this to do with "Tuning choices with current epa memo?

Go to Jeep Grand Cherokee Forum and post your results.
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