Originally Posted by TLSXD
I just read somewhere that Ripp now has the tuning for our trucks, has anyone heard anymore?
As of now we only have a solution for 2011 RAM along with our 2009-2010.
Originally Posted by MissouriNomad
I know that they mentioned they are getting close to it in one of the threads about the Bullydog tuner, but I haven't read anything saying they're all the way there yet. They've got their own vendor section here on the forums, so I'm sure they'll post there when everything is definite, but hopefully they'll leak us some more choice tidbits even before then.
We have a solution that utilizes an unlocked ECU, a Valve body for that ecu and a Diablosport... But only 2011, the differences in transmissions make it a year by year situation, though we are currently working on 2012+ RAM... just not there yet.
Originally Posted by dmac101
as of right now all ripp has for the 11 and 12 is you have to do a computer swap to a 9 or 10.
not trying to put them down, but i think their just trying to hold people off on bully dog, so they don't lose the first rush of sales.
rumours are bully dog payed dodge/mopar for the codes. and bulldog has even started pre orders so its pretty legit.
no ruers that ripp or any other brand has bought the codes. so waiting for other brands will be just like it has been, should be done in about a month, month later. another month and so on.
until others pay dodge for the codes i think their still a fair ways away.
on a side note with bully dog soon to be releasing theirs. i think it will put pressure on other companies. causing them to rush, with could result in problems,
but thats just my opinion
We stated that in other threads, but it goes deeper than just an ECU swap. Until the bootloader codes are released, we had to figure out a work around. This solution does not involve a piggy-back ecu. But does require a couple other changes to your vehicle besides just an ecu swap. If it was just an ECU swap, we would have had this on the market 5 months ago.
This is the same method we have been using in our 2011 Jeep program (hundreds of 2011 systems sold world wide to date) with great success. It allows you to use a Standard Diablosport tuner to upload a custom tune and further modify it as your build progresses... Just as everyone with a dodge vehicle from 2005-2010 have been able to do.
We are very confident in our calibrations and our understanding of the torque management profiles that Chrysler builds into their vehicles. It is one of the reason that our system for Jeep, are known as the best on the market.
We developed our 09-10 RAM system for over a year (14 months) before we released it for sale. So we definatly are NOT rushing anything to market.
We also are not offering anything as a tuner, we are offering a Supercharger system. Way different from the product that BD is offering, and we are excited to see their results.
Everyone is entitled to have their own opinions, but just wrong information on a company that you have no experience in deling with is just unfair.
Originally Posted by TLSXD
Interesting, I want to supercharge this thing bad. LOL
And we want you to also!!! LOL