TS Performance 1290307 Stryker Module
2013-2016 Dodge 6.7L Cummins
The TS Performance 1290307 Stryker Module is a plug-and-play, performance upgrade for your 2013 and 2016 Dodge 6.7L Cummins. This Injection Duration Module adds up to 135HP & 200 Ft-lbs of torque! Designed to work with the Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF) in place, this module is undetectable once removed and provides a more efficient burn in the cylinder, to increase power without shortening the life of your DPF.
- +135HP & 200 Ft-Lbs.
- Plug & Play Installation
- Controls Injector Duration
- Lifetime Warranty
Automatic Transmission (No Monitor) 1290307
Manual Transmission (No Monitor) 1290307M
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Pleased with performance and fuel mileage
5/6/2015 12:43 AM
Added the Stryker to my 2015 6.7 about two weeks ago and couldn't be more pleased. Install was easier than I thought it would be. As everyone's aware the hole shot on these new diesels isn't great and the Stryker doesn't really address that but hold on once the turbo gets going! I was cruising the other day at about 70 for roughly 200 miles and got over 23 mpg. Compared to my power stroke that got 16 mpg no matter how I drove it I couldn't be happier with the performance or mileage!
Not for me
Adam 2013 ram SRW 3500
(Texas to Colorado )
3/16/2015 6:04 PM
I was dissapointed from the first time I dove my truck. First test drive my truck almost died in the middle of an intersection and check engine light came on and then said that 4 injectors where not working properly. Cleared the codes and it ran fine for about a week then I went to take off and it did not have any power and check engine light came on again but this time said my rail pressure was too low. I do love the monitor that you can get with it, it is awesome (same thing as an edge CTS). I called TS when it had problems and they didn't have an answer for me. Also this a load based module so you don't feel the power all the time just when you put your foot in it. It did help fuel milage about 1 miles per gallon maybe a little more at times. It also will make my truck shift hard at times when I am just driving around town not using the extra power.