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smarty and 100horse injectors

i used to have a edge EZ with 100 horse injectors on a stock turob. i thought this setup would go pretty good. well i sold the edge and im looking at the smarty for my next box, my ? here is how would that be compared to the EZ with the injectors?..would it be a big deffernce in power? would it be worth the money to do a smarty over an edge comp?
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would it be worth the money to do a smarty over an edge comp?
No. Not at all.

A smarty will make no HP over 2000 rpm, if anything it will hurt high end horsepower.
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even with having the injectors, i guessing it would peak out a 2k then stop pulling hard? hrmm..i think i would like to feel and hear it having its monkey spanked throu the most of the power band if not all...i know the EZ would kick even at 2k plus
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Well the smarty will pull past 2k. It willl also allow you to turn 3800 rpms if you have the fuel for it. Over all the drivability of the smarty kills everything else. But it just doesnt have all the extra power.

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The Smarty will produce close to the same #'s as the EZ on a dyno. On the street or the strip the Smarty will show it's true colors though in much quicker 0 - 60 and 1/4mile times. Plus with the Smarty you get some cool features that the EZ doesn't produce. You get a high idle for cold temps, a code scanner/clearing devise, and if it's a older 24valve you get all the updated DC software to your ECM. Not to mention the Smarty will correct the speedo and odo for larger tires as well.

Once you have the Smarty for a while and want some more HP then you can stack it will a hoast of other fueling/timing boxes for some real arse kick'n HP.

It's a good buy at it's price and you can't go wrong with one IMO. Only down side I know of is there are guys with stock autos that say the Smarty does funny things to the tranny and the way it shifts. Other than that it's the real deal I think. :Thumbup:

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Well the smarty will pull past 2k. It willl also allow you to turn 3800 rpms if you have the fuel for it. Over all the drivability of the smarty kills everything else. But it just doesnt have all the extra power.
Your smarty must be different then the one I had...
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The Smarty will produce close to the same #'s as the EZ on a dyno. On the street or the strip the Smarty will show it's true colors though in much quicker 0 - 60 and 1/4mile times. Plus with the Smarty you get some cool features that the EZ doesn't produce. You get a high idle for cold temps, a code scanner/clearing devise, and if it's a older 24valve you get all the updated DC software to your ECM. Not to mention the Smarty will correct the speedo and odo for larger tires as well.

Once you have the Smarty for a while and want some more HP then you can stack it will a hoast of other fueling/timing boxes for some real arse kick'n HP.

It's a good buy at it's price and you can't go wrong with one IMO. Only down side I know of is there are guys with stock autos that say the Smarty does funny things to the tranny and the way it shifts. Other than that it's the real deal I think. :Thumbup:

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The smarty will dyno 40 hp less then an EZ on a high horsepower truck.

The trans issue is not limited to stock autos.
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The smarty will dyno 40 hp less then an EZ on a high horsepower truck.

The trans issue is not limited to stock autos.
Do you program the Smarty? Are you it's proprietor?

You seem to know a lot about one and what it will and won't do.

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I wouldn't think the tranny would shift any different by any programmer unless it somehow changed the way the PCM read the Gov. Pressure. Doesn't make sense to me. By what I've heard though the Edge Comp with the Smarty make a the perfect stack for a VP44. I'm pretty sure I heard the Smarty was good with low end fueling......... Not sure on that one though.
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Your smarty must be different then the one I had...

Well yeah i had them but in a special program just on my smarty to allow it to fuel past factory specs. Also they threw in a automatic *** wipper for when i decide to put it on the #8 setting. It was all free of charge and not available to any other customer.

You must not have had a truck that liked it or you didnt program it in right or something. My truck doesnt even drive the same with it off. When its downloaded my truck will spin the tires with a empty 8500lbs trailer on behind it. It totally changes the entire driveablity of the truck. 100 time more responsive off the line and running down the road at pritty much any rpm. The Juice w/ attitude isnt **** without the smarty stacked on it.

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