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bek831

Joined: 08/07/2017 22:04:07
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Hello I have a '15 GC Ecodisel. I am really considering getting your tune. I think my Jeep needs to wake up. It's my daily driver and I put about 80 miles a day (mostly highway)I have a couple of questions and Im sorry if they were answered already.
1. What exactly happens the EGR? Does it get turned off?
2. Also how do the swirl valves work with your tune?

Most of my issues have to do with the diffuser tube. I have about 24k miles and I recently took it out and cleaned it It was really gross too say the least. But when I looked inside the intake I noticed oil inside. I dont know if it was a lot of oil for my jeep or not, but it was there. How does the tune deal with that oil in the intake and diffuser tube?

Thank you so much for your time and help!
Bekim
bek831

Joined: 08/07/2017 22:04:07
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Sorry for the double post. I forgot to ask.

I noticed at the end of the tune description it says custom requests....

What are some things that I can add?

thanks again!
Bekim
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Joined: 10/07/2009 07:25:47
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The EGR and swirl are both turned off, so no more soot entering the intake. The oil is from the CCV system, nothing a tune can to for that. However, if you stop the soot, then the oil passes through harmlessly. Custom requests have turned into tune options over the last couple years.
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