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Deviant 75450 - EPC Fooler for 2011-17GM Duramax Pickups
Deviant 75450 - EPC Fooler for 2011-16 GM Duramax Pickups

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Product Code: 75450
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2011-16 LML/2017 L5P EPC Fooler PN:75450

This will take place of your EPC Solenoid in the valve body, and it works as a fooler plug in the bore. The factory solenoid will snap back into the back of the plug and remain plugged into the factory wiring harness.
The Factory LML/L5P Allison transmission runs at 80PSI of line pressure. On shifts the solenoid will spike the line pressure to 230PSI and then kick it back down to 80PSI after the shift has been made. (not enough to hold any addition horsepower)

The Deviant Race Parts EPC fooler will make the transmission run at a static pressure of 230PSI and will increase to 280PSI off idle also eliminating pressure drop on shifts. This allows much more clamping force to the clutch packs in turn holding more horse power and greatly improving shift quality and longevity of the transmission.

The install is simple. It takes about one hour with no need to drop the valve body out of the transmission. Simply drain fluid, drop the pan remove the factory EPC Solenoid snap it into the back of the Deviant Race Parts EPC Fooler and install the plug like you would the factory solenoid. Reinstall pan and fluid and you are done.

This product is great for anyone with a deleted and/or tuned truck with a little extra power over stock.

Also eliminates the need for line pressure increased transmission tuning.

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Average Rating: 4 of 5 Total Reviews: 2 Write a review »

  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
Great product October 4, 2017
Reviewer: Anonymous Person  
I install these in EFI Live tuned trucks all the time and have had nothing but great feedback.

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Not Installed April 15, 2017
Reviewer: PowerPlay Motors from Highgate, VT United States  
Tramsmission is happy with h&s 100hp tune for now so dont need it...yet. Working on a new tune with efiv8 to turn up the heat on the allison. Its just 1 tiny part but its all about how you use it.

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