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So you will have tunes to be able to stack with the TS module? Can you pm me a rough price on what it is going to cost.

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Very cool Eric..How ya been man... will the unit also do a few other adjustments like recal. my speedo for the larger tires, Im having some slight shifting issues and am not sure if its the tires being 325 60 R20 vs 275 65 R20's stock causing the truck to shift a little earlier. What about tranny, is this new unit like the other SCT's that work with the tranny..

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Did that extreme tune say 600 something hp?
They didn't try no extreme tune. they tried the street tune. stock programming made 333hp and the street tune made 427hp
 

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Nice work! So i guess that encryption has been cracked now eh?
 

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Fuel out of Tailpipe...I believe it is water from combustion

Holy ****....did you see the fuel comin out of the exhaust...LMAO.
Beast, I believe that "liquid" coming from the tailpipe was condensated water vapor which was sitting in the valley of the exhaust pipe and got blown out with all the mass flow of air from the significant power output:peelout
 

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Beast, I believe that "liquid" coming from the tailpipe was condensated water vapor which was sitting in the valley of the exhaust pipe and got blown out with all the mass flow of air from the significant power output:peelout
Yeah i was thinkin the same thing. Haha that wasn't any fuel. If it was i'm sure we'd have the flamin tailpipe thing that some of early 6.4's were experiencing.
 

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I wonder if it was UREA coming out of the exhaust?
 

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I wonder if it was UREA coming out of the exhaust?
Neel, I think you are onto something. The DEF is 65% UREA and 35% distilled water...hmmm between combustion and the DEF you will definitely get some water under a start condition to full load like what occurred in the video.

Once the truck engine is up to operating temp under load or a regen occurs that liquid water will be superheated steam:toytruck
 

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Can someone post a link to the video??
All you are going to see is a juvenile burnout..
I'd like to see the meat and potatoes, such as their shifting quality under WOT.
I had my fair share of SCT shifting quality.
Personally, I'll wait until KEM or Spartan release the real thing before I buy the truck.
 

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Maybe times have changed, but my Innovative Tuned 6.0 runs and shifts great. I would use Eric if I were in the market. Chris
 

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Maybe times have changed, but my Innovative Tuned 6.0 runs and shifts great. I would use Eric if I were in the market. Chris
Ive had 4 tunes on different trucks.. never a problem with shifting.
 

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Neel, I think you are onto something. The DEF is 65% UREA and 35% distilled water...hmmm between combustion and the DEF you will definitely get some water under a start condition to full load like what occurred in the video.

Once the truck engine is up to operating temp under load or a regen occurs that liquid water will be superheated steam:toytruck
Its 67.5% water and 32.5% urea.

watch this and go to the 25 second mark http://motorsports.broadbandsports.com/node/39434
 

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There is nothing wrong with the way Erics tunes shift. I was very pleased the way my 6.0 performed with the extreme street. To me, it shifted better tuned then stock.
 
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