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The new 2017 Duramax LP5 will be rated at 445-horsepower at 2,800RPM and 910 lb-ft of torque at 1,600RPM.

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Nice. They increasing the cubic inches.

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They got one in a half ton reg cab yet? If so, may be looking when the Charger's paid off.

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Dey gots one in that coloraydo.

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Chevy 97 wrote:
Nice. They increasing the cubic inches.

No still a 6.6 liter. 103mm x 99

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I might be replacing my 03 duramax in the next year or two. I have 225,000 on it. I hate having to do the DEF thing though

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Mike wrote:
I might be replacing my 03 duramax in the next year or two. I have 225,000 on it. I hate having to do the DEF thing though

Just pretend you are adding oil to an engine that's smoking.

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910 lb-ft of torque at 1,600RPM
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Now that's crazy

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hold off - talks are under way about eliminating DEF completely seeing as the by product is ammonia....

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Test drive

WOT pulls, spins tire off launch in a dually with a 10,000lb trailer..
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OtXjEy5hkwA
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Hey Guys, we're back to owning a GM product again...this time a 2014 GMC dually Duramax....got what I think was a pretty good deal...first step to my retirement plans....tomorrow, going to the RV dealer to make a deal on a 38' 5th wheel.... now back to work for the retirement plans to work out.

Looking forward to seeing the old timers on this site....Pro, Speeder etc...good to see you all again

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Rob_B wrote:
Hey Guys, we're back to owning a GM product again...this time a 2014 GMC dually Duramax....got what I think was a pretty good deal...first step to my retirement plans....tomorrow, going to the RV dealer to make a deal on a 38' 5th wheel.... now back to work for the retirement plans to work out.

Looking forward to seeing the old timers on this site....Pro, Speeder etc...good to see you all again




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Man speeder, you haven't aged that well...lol...

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Hey Rob, nice to hear from you!

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Hey there Hog... good to see ya again. I'm actually excited to get back into my GM again, this time with alot more power and torque...just had to wait till my age to actually get into it (or afford it). Any known issues with 2014 Duramax you know about? tweeks, tricks..fun updates without throwing coal out the tailpipe?

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My brother got 2013 Duramax, no real issues so far only need to refill the DEF tank.

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Having a 10 lb/ft and 445 hp is not bad at all.

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amerjon wrote:
Having a 10 lb/ft and 445 hp is not bad at all.


Actually, that sounds quite horrible. You could go 150MPH but it would take you a week to get there. Very Happy

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That's impressive.

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there are some easy Allison "fixes" to increase line pressure if you so desire.....

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