The Dude Abides
- Jan 15, 2020
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Would definitely like to pull the best mileage I can from the thing, what with the price of diesel these days. Worst case I figure I'll just put a sign on the tailgate saying "Sorry, it doesn't go any faster"6.2 would be ok at 2400, it can go to 3600 but it will tell you it doesn't like it by putting a hole in your wallet.
I have seen mileage cut in half by driving at high rpm
I had a GM NV4500 in my possession not too long ago, but I turned around and sold it because I figured I'd be doing the Dodge drivetrain swap in the not to distant future. Looking back, that 4500 conversion would have needed some conversion parts of it's own, and probably wouldn't have been worth it