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post #1 of 22 (permalink) Old 10-09-2006, 05:35 PM Thread Starter
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Was looking at there SCT 2 and i got to the options. Whats the "Xtreme power" option for $100 more? Anyone know what it does?
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The Xtreme Power program is our highest power program for a stock truck. It's also an option for a custom tune for trucks with aftermarket turbo's, injectors, fuel system's, etc. We make a lot of changes to our Xtreme program, which change by processor code.
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Trust me and most at the Garage you wan't the extreme option...and you most likely won't ever question yourself for doing it just not doing it sooner...
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so i cant get the extreme tune as one of my 3 tunes for the $450??
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Just give them a call at the office, they can't discuss pricing online.
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was pretty sure they could considering they were SV on the site. Guess i'll call them in the morning. Just dont see why you would have to pay 100 more for a tune?:
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you'll like it, when you order the extreme tune, get them to lock your converter in 2nd gear,3,4,and 5th, you'll like it

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What you are paying for is there time & there experience/knowledge on tuning a truck safely & while still enhancing performance to very large degree!! That extra $ 100.00 will more then pay for itself... Eric has great customer service after the sale not just before. If you have a problem six months down the road, email him, he will get right back to you & solve the problem the best he can. Remember, you get what you pay for!!! :Thumbup:

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i understand the tune will probably be a good tune. But does it take $100 more to make my "insanity tune"? I'd like to go with them but for $100 less than the cost of the tuner plus the 100 for a "insanity tune" i could get one from another reputable dealer. Just making sure i dont overpay for the same produect. From talking with SCT they're general opinion is all the tunes are essentially the same. No one tuner has the ability to do anything more than another and that why they all max out with 400-415rwhp. So again, i dont want to overpay for something that really doesnt justify the extra price. :
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What you are paying for is there time & there experience/knowledge on tuning a truck safely & while still enhancing performance to very large degree!! That extra $ 100.00 will more then pay for itself... Eric has great customer service after the sale not just before. If you have a problem six months down the road, email him, he will get right back to you & solve the problem the best he can. Remember, you get what you pay for!!! :Thumbup:

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:iagree Eric is very knowledgable in the field when it comes to safe high HP tuning. I dont think $100 bucks ontop of a 50 grand truck is too much to spend for a tune.
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