Tomorrow we’re getting an exclusive look at what may very well revolutionize common-rail Cummins performance…

We’ll be sitting in on a beta test truck getting tweaked while on the dyno. The test mule is an ’06 standard cab, two-wheel drive with a completely stock engine, an AirDog, and a built transmission. The transmission will provide a constant in the testing process, as a factory 48RE could have serious slippage issues once the truck is around 450 rwhp and beyond (if not sooner).

The basics will be covered, including how EFILive will make these trucks more driveable (and enjoyable), smoke and rattle less, and how to make them as efficient as possible.

Look for the top Duramax tuners to be your go-to guys for the ultimate tune for your Dodge once it’s released to the public. The rumor of the moment is that the ’06 and ’07 5.9L’s are as easy to tune as the LB7 Duramax was. The 6.7L trucks will be a bit more complicated, but complete control over the 68RFE should be possible.