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Truck spitting and sputtering on looney tune.

I have a 2007 6.0 psd with a 6 speed tranny. It has the sct with DJ's tunes on it. The economy and street tunes are fine but the lunny tune keeps giving me problems. The truck starts to buck when the rpms get to around 2800. If i get off the gas and then back on it stops until the next gear. Just trying to figure out what this could be if anybody has an idea of what this could be please let me know and what if any remadies there are for this.
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Blizzardplower i know exactly what you are talking about. On my 06 it did the same thing. DJ will fix it and should know what you are talking about. I know he is busy moving right now and is very hard to get a hold of. Give him some time and he will get back to you. It has taken some time for him to get me some new tunes to try to get my turbo surge out of it. I have plenty of time to wait. When you shift does your RPM also go up when you push your clutch in? Thanks Dan
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yes the rpms jumped to between 4800 and 5000 which seemed really wierd. Thanks for shinning a little light on the situation. I'll be in contact with him shortly.

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