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At this point we have not started development on the F150 3.0l diesel. We should be receiving a new truck in April for development. It will most likely take a solid year of testing before we release tuning as we need to perform on-road testing, trailer tow testing (Eisenhower Pass), high ambient testing (Davis Dam) and Las Vegas city traffic, cold testing, drive ability testing, etc. We tend to take our time and want to get it correct before releasing to the field.

Thanks for the warm welcome.
On board as soon as you have the product available!
 

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Will this be available on the ezlink I already own?
We are not planning to release it on the EZLink, we are not dealers on that device. At this time we have a stand alone tool for the tuning, but with chip shortage we are waiting for hard parts. In the meantime we are looking at another tool solution. EZLink and HP Tuner are very expensive tools, we are trying to keep the cost down by using lower cost tools.
 

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Sweet Baby Jesus! Christmas has come early this year and the GDE tune is finally here!
 

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GDE added the F-150 Powerstroke Tuning to our website today along with installation instructions.

https://greendieselengineering.com/...owerstroke-compliant-engine-trans-tune-combo/
Does the GDE Hot Tune for the 3.0 PS have any effect on the factory ECM tune forcing a DPF regen every 300 miles? This is my biggest complaint with the truck, watching it go into regen when the DPF soot load is 20-30% just because it's been driven 300 miles since the last regen.

Also, you mention that the factory 'skip-shifting' is eliminated. Is this for both up and down shifts?
 

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Does the GDE Hot Tune for the 3.0 PS have any effect on the factory ECM tune forcing a DPF regen every 300 miles? This is my biggest complaint with the truck, watching it go into regen when the DPF soot load is 20-30% just because it's been driven 300 miles since the last regen.

Also, you mention that the factory 'skip-shifting' is eliminated. Is this for both up and down shifts?
The GDE tune can go 450 between regens with an appropriate drive cycle, (not all city driving). Primarily the upshifting. Sometimes you want it to skip several gears on a downshift, say for instance and aggressive passing maneuver you could see a 10-6 downshift or similar. A sequential downshift would slow the vehicle response considerably in a situation like this.
 
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