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Old 10-16-2011, 11:32 AM
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Yeah rereading it again it makes more sense. Towing with a tune on a hemi is alot different then on a diesel.
I have a friend who runs a DS on his 3500 stacked with an mp-8. Even his dual disk clutch slips with it on the second to highest tune with his eenclosed trailer attached (other friends stock clutches can't even handle the same tune without a trailer)
All you do is plug and play like your tuner by itself.
You really aren't leaving much on the table though, must other tuners higher settings are 150hp because that's about all you stock coponents can handle(only for so long) and at that pount is when you have to change from a hp tune to a towing tune
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