Isn’t likely for awhile. Global B has some of the most aggressive security in automotive history. Trifecta has had some luck with a SINGLE C8 ECM but that’s a hardware level modification to bypass the encryption.Hello... Does anyone have insight as to when a tuner (i.e., the Pulsar) will be available for refreshed trucks?
Let us know what happens!Weird. So Superchips now has the 2022 6.2l Refreshed body as an option without the VIN warning that the prior Pulsar LT carried. I called and talked to someone who said it will work with the 2022 refresh. Annnnnnyhow...I ordered it on Sunday, received the shipping notification, noticed the part number matched the 2019-2022 one, sent an email...and no response. I did receive it yesterday so I'll see what happens but 99% chance I'm calling Pulsar and asking for a refund.
Pulsar LT, use the top menu to select 6.2l new body.
I was wondering if a change to a different oil weight or synthetic oil would help with the lifters collapsing.I heard that to about a bad batch of lifters. Too bad nothing has changed. I watch an "X" Ram mechanic, and he says the Hemi lifters actually hold up pretty well. Like everyone here I hope that I got lucky with my 2023. My neighbors have a Suburban that they short trip 3 or 4 times a day. Never go on any trips, so all town driving. They have not had one problem with lifters! There are so many GMC's & Silverado's around here. I wonder what the actual % is of these failures? It doesn't look like it's any better than the old system that was so problematic. I did a search for a % figure and didn't find much. I did the same for Ram truck's and came up with 5%. I think Rams are probably less than that overall. I like this truck, but it has to be
I would think not. First of all, 0W20 is full synthetic (that's what's in our trucks) so no worries there. You want the best oil flow possible and 0W20 will give you that. Do NOT change your oil viscosity.I was wondering if a change to a different oil weight or synthetic oil would help with the lifters collapsing.