Oops - sorry. My RV with the small 2,3L-Diesel-Engine only drives maximum-speed 100 mph.No Autobahn here...I've yet to drive my ProMaster over 65mph.
The Whole title is:Here in the USA "ram recalls trucks that go too fast" a recall was just issued of course I'm not saying what trucks just saying.
Here, incidentally, a very good tire: www.goodyear.com/en-US/tires/cargo-vector-2The Whole title is:
"ram recalls trucks that go too fast FOR THEIR TIRES"
big difference in meaning! Tires should be rated to be safe for the top speed of the vehicle!
Sorry to threadjack, but do Bavarian Boy, do you have any experience with 'chipping' your Ducato/PM? I'm looking into plug-in tuning options now.My Car is a 2012 Fiat Ducato Van 1500 High Roof 136WB
with a 2,3L EcoDiesel Engine with 130 hp and 236 lb-ft of Torque (before chip-tuning ;-)
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Thanks for the feedback. I understand the risks, as I do have a background in tuning my other performance vehicles (granted those platforms are more robust for performance tuning). I'm not as concerned with more power as I am with how the power gets delivered from standstill in first gear. Fully loaded, my 2500(159wb) is approximately 9500 lbs. and regularly drive it on backroads to rock climbing crags out in the Eastern Sierras of California. Next time I'm at the location that gave me trouble I'm going to measure the grade (which was not that severe). I just desire a more responsive take off driving in 1st.Not BavarianBoy here but RD concerned that you may not be aware our M40 ATM transmission is rated for just the output we get from our 3.0L engine. If you chip for more HP and or torque you risk exploding a perfectly good tranny. Our 3.0L is used in Cantor trucks and produces more there IIRC so I am sure you could get more. Have fun and let us know how it works out.