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Going to order DP, elevation questions

I am going to order a DP tuner soon, but I would like some info on elevation choices. I am at just under 4000 ft, at times drive around 4000 ft. Should I get the "high elevation" settings which are for over 4k, or not? Which would be best for economy and for a little towing?

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I am going to order a DP tuner soon, but I would like some info on elevation choices. I am at just under 4000 ft, at times drive around 4000 ft. Should I get the "high elevation" settings which are for over 4k, or not? Which would be best for economy and for a little towing?
You will need to get the elevation tunes.


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