Quadzilla M3 MAX Mileage Module
List Price: $199.00
XDP Price: Discontinued
98.5-2007 Dodge 5.9L Cummins
| Effective 1/23/2013, Quadzilla Performance Technologies has gone out of business. All units will be sold without manufacturer support and or warranty. Units purchased through XDP will be covered by our 30 day satisfaction guarantee. XDP will no longer offer extended warranties on Quadzilla Performance Products.
Max Mileage Features:
- 8-12% Increase in Fuel Mileage
- 30-35 +HP Gain
- Most economically Priced Module Ever released
- USB Updateable
- Simple Installation
- Only Module of its Type Anywhere
- Increases Engine Proficiency
- Increases towing performance
- Lowers Exhaust Gas Temperatures
- Absolutely no powerestrain Risk
- Sleek, Innovative Design
Quadzilla Performance Technologies, Inc. introduces the Max Mileage Module. This is ground breaking technology matching the perfect balance of engine efficiency with the most economical pricing ever seen in the performance industry. Combine this technology with the only USB updatable module available on the market and you have a guaranteed winner!
The Max Mileage Module is a simple plug and play module aimed directly at increasing engine efficiency and fuel mileage.
You can expect to see gains of 8%-12% in fuel economy with less than 10 minutes worth of work. In testing, many customers saw even better increases in mileage then claimed. The Max Mileage Module is a fully functional USB port for future updates and upgrades.
The Max Mileage Module will not put your engine or you powertrain at any risk. This product actually lowers exhaust gas temperatures. This product does not raise boost over stock levels and does not add any fuel to your engine. Because of the way this increased efficiency works, you will gain noticeable performance while empty or when towing. These performance gains do not affect the transmission under any circumstance.
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7/5/2012 1:41 PM
I installed this product over a year ago now, it has been a really great upgrade. I now typically get 22MPG on the open road and 17MPG when towing a horse trailer with 3 horses loaded or when hauling my full sized pickup camper. That's a very big improvement over what mileage I was getting. I did have one problem when installing, one of the module wires pulled out of the harness...had to take a needle nosed pliers to put the wire/pin back into the module plug...but that fixed the problem. No doubt this product has paid for itself after a year's use. I would highly recommend this product.
dont think this is really worth your engine
9/4/2011 10:01 PM
I installed the m3 in a 2002 5.9, the install couldnt be easier,But test drove truck and check engine lights come on! Before i could get home the truck started surging/power on power off?Have a new punp on it to.I removed the m3 & truck is running normal! Its not for me!! Its labor day tom. i will see tues.how Quadzillas return policy is? will let you know!!!trw,
Laed guitarist for Runaway Train
11/13/2010 12:41 AM
I installed the M3 Quadzilla 2 weeks ago. It took me one hour to install. there is no change in mileage or performance at all. I will return it.
3/24/2010 10:09 PM
triple stack it with my superchip and my diablo puck wow got 28 mpg and massive stallions mix with bulls N few lions would recomend it even to one who is going to race me so maybe he could actually give me competion
WELL WORTH IT
12/30/2009 2:17 PM
I got the M3 in mid October. Super easy install. I was averaging 17 to 17.5 on the interstate running 75 mph. Now I average about 19 to 19.5 at 75 mph. Which is a little above the 12% claimed. If I can get off and run back roads at 65 to 70 mph, I have seen up too 20.5. I also just took a round trip out to Kansas and back. I was just over 3,743 miles round trip. I calculated that it would have cost me 600 dollars round trip getting 17 mpg without the M3. With the M3 about 526 dollars. Thats a 74 dollar savings over the enire trip or one tank of fuel. So by those calculations in less than 8,000 miles the M3 will have paid for itself. Now I didn't really notice the 30-35 horses they claim, but the Cummins is a true BEAST... Truck is an '06 2500 Quadcab Shortbed 4x4