i don't want to tell you what to do but i would recommend the ppe over most programmers out there if you plan on running big hp eventully,if you wanted to start out with the economy one first setting 1 60hp setting 3 120hp and if that isn't enough send it back to ppe and get it tuned up to a higher level...the highest one they have avalible is 350hp with 560tqr..the ppe will stack together for greater results http://www.pacificp.com/index.php?main_page=index&cPath=2_35 oh with the ppe stack you will need a tranny to go along...just thought i would mention this...again i'm not trying to tell you what to do http://www.thedieselgarage.com/projects/Chevy/6.6Dmax/6.6shootout.htmThanks for the info 2themaxx. I am looking to run either a diablo or the ppe. For now until I do a valve body, and torque converter, then I will stack with an edge juice, and attitude.
sorry about that i was reading the one for the 05 LLY ppe economy....i would get the egt and the boost gauges..i love my ppe and i increased my fuel economy by 4mpg on my dually...good luck thereWhat gauges would you recommend installing to go with any performance programmer to help you monitor the engine?
Here are the statistics for the Economy Duramax LLY & LBZ Xcellerator 2006-2007
LLY/LBZ 2006-2007 Xcelerator Economy
Economy Performance; Horse Power Increase 40
Tow Performance; Horse Power Increase 90
High Performance; Horse Power Increase 160
Program levels 1 thru 3 will remove fuel (defuel) from engine during shifts as needed to keep an un-modified transmission from slipping.
**Represents additional Horsepower and Torque at the crank.