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Old 01-05-2013, 10:56 PM
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ok,i can say absolutely without a shadow of a doubt,performance canned tune verses performance canned tune the Bullydog tuner is much much better.smoother throttle,less lag,smoother shifts,the truck just runs much stronger.bummer,i was really hoping the trinity would be better.i couldn't imagine my truck running any better than with the BD,but i was keeping my fingers crossed.maybe the trinity just needs a update or two.for whatever reason,for now,Bullydog is the tuner in my truck.i really like the trinity better as far as user settings,you can do a lot more with it,that is,if you know what you are doing.i don't,so I'll stick with BD until trinity works better without having to do any tweaks to its performance canned tune.this is my first experience with tuners,never even seen one before,so its just a newbies opinion on what works best for me and my truck.I'll be keeping the trinity and will reinstall it after they do a update,or maybe getting a custom tune for it.

Question before I order, on the BD does it remove the top speed limiter and traction control? Also with the BD is it smoking the tires from a stand still?
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Question before I order, on the BD does it remove the top speed limiter and traction control? Also with the BD is it smoking the tires from a stand still?
yes,it does have a speed limiter adjustment,no on the traction control,i just manually disable the traction control,yes on disable MDS.I have a few mods,moes 85 mm TB,magnaflow 14 muffler,Vararam CAI,180 degree tstat,so its hard to say if the BD alone will improve your burnouts,I have no problem smoking the tires from a stand still without breaking.I installed both tuners,ran the BD for 10 days and could only stand the loss of power from the trinity for 3 days.trinity by far has a better selection of settings,the BD is very basic,only offers a couple of adjustments during the install,but the tune really is better than the canned high performance tune of the trinity.
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precious 1 what did the think of the 85mm tb? did it help any?
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precious 1 what did the think of the 85mm tb? did it help any?
yes it did,i installed the TB and the vararam at the same time.better throttle response,faster off the line.if your thinking of getting one,do it,you wont be sorry.my next mod is a belltech 2/4 kit,should be here on Monday,cant wait.
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Did you get the 964sp belltech? if so you'll love it or at least I do. my next mod is either the 85mmtb or shorty headers
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Did you get the 964sp belltech? if so you'll love it or at least I do. my next mod is either the 85mmtb or shorty headers
I would go with the TB 1st... and precious1.. are you on instagram? your truck looks familiar
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yes,it does have a speed limiter adjustment,no on the traction control,i just manually disable the traction control,yes on disable MDS.I have a few mods,moes 85 mm TB,magnaflow 14 muffler,Vararam CAI,180 degree tstat,so its hard to say if the BD alone will improve your burnouts,I have no problem smoking the tires from a stand still without breaking.I installed both tuners,ran the BD for 10 days and could only stand the loss of power from the trinity for 3 days.trinity by far has a better selection of settings,the BD is very basic,only offers a couple of adjustments during the install,but the tune really is better than the canned high performance tune of the trinity.
Ok thanks , i asked a sale men on Auto anything and he told me it wouldn't. I have a K&N CAI and a custom true duals. I should be good i just need more then 104 I had a good ra e with a 94 Cobra and looked stupid once we hit the 104 cut off. Do you think the TB made that big of a difference? How much was that?
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Did you get the 964sp belltech? if so you'll love it or at least I do. my next mod is either the 85mmtb or shorty headers
yes i ordered the belltech 964sp,did you install yours yourself ? if so,how difficult was it ?
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yes i ordered the belltech 964sp,did you install yours yourself ? if so,how difficult was it ?
yes me and a friend did it in just a few hours
it was fairly easy the only problem is going to be the back right stock
its just hard to get a wrench or socket on the top of it. and if you have a sawzaw it easiest to just cut the front bumps stops off
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yes me and a friend did it in just a few hours
it was fairly easy the only problem is going to be the back right stock
its just hard to get a wrench or socket on the top of it. and if you have a sawzaw it easiest to just cut the front bumps stops off
ok,thanks for the tip Chris
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