Series 60 DDEC IV EGR programming service

2002 - 2003 Series 60 DDEC IV EGR fuel mileage and horsepower programming and tuning

DDEC IV EGR 421hp / 484bhp 1450 ft/lbs programming service

DDEC IV EGR 520hp / 598bhp 1550 ft/lbs programming service

DDEC IV EGR HK_G 556hp / 639bhp 1630 ft/lbs programming service

DDEC IV EGR HK_G 565hp / 649bhp 1550 ft/lbs programming service


Estimated cost for this service:
Programming parameter changes - $50/hour
Reprogramming from $650  to  $1450
Estimated repair time: less than 1 day (we can ship it out the same day we get it)

The DDEC IV ECM is used on the 12.7 and 14.0 Series 60 as well as Series 50 applications. DCS can program your DDEC IV with a Three in one Triple pay program that features on the fly selectable program changes to horsepower, torque, injection timing, rpm limit, VGT position, and engine response.

Here are a few common programming services DCS can provide for DDEC IV ECMs for use on the MK_E 12.7 EGR engine as well as the HK_E 14.0 EGR engine.

- Injector trim updates

- Speed limiter, cruise control and tire size and/or rear end corrections.

- Automatic to manual transmission swaps

- Engine fan engagement temperature changes.

- Inputs, outputs and multiplexing

If your VG turbo or EGR valve is bad these programs will not work correctly. Give us a call if you have any questions about diagnosing bad VG or EGR valves.

*We are not permitted to "delete" VGT or EGR functionality when the ECM is for use on an MK_E, MV_E, HK_E, HV_E, or HG_E engine and has an EPA, CARB, Euro, or any other type of emissions certification.

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Diesel Control Service’s performance programming has been dynamometer tested on healthy engines. Provided your engine is healthy you will get similar results. The dynamometer graphs you see are horsepower and torque at the rear wheels. Wheel (raw) torque numbers are very high because the rear end ratio and tire size acts as a torque multiplier.

Fuel efficiency: Higher horsepower programs have the potential to be more fuel efficient due to lower parasitic losses relative to engine power output. This is what the automotive industry is doing right now to meet EPA fuel mileage and emissions standards. High performance engines with forced induction and reduced displacement are what this new eco technology is all about. If we can get a smaller engine to make the horsepower of a larger one then we are saving fuel, and lowering emissions. Black smoke is fuel that didn’t finish burning. White smoke is fuel that barely started burning. You won’t get white or black smoke from the work we do at DCS.  We have done our testing and none of the programming services we offer will trigger higher than stock emissions in a grams per horsepower-hour standard.