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Old 01-15-2013, 08:09 PM
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What are some of the features? Any milage improvements? HP and Tq?
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most people report the same up to 3 mpg more, Power Increases of +32HP & 28 Lbs.Ft. however i am almost 100% positive it will not work on a 2013

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most people report the same up to 3 mpg more, Power Increases of +32HP & 28 Lbs.Ft. however i am almost 100% positive it will not work on a 2013

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Yes I am curious to this as well. I just purchased a 2013 Ram and would like to invest in a tuner as I had one in my previous Ram. Why will it not work with the new models?
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Yes I am curious to this as well. I just purchased a 2013 Ram and would like to invest in a tuner as I had one in my previous Ram. Why will it not work with the new models?
Currently I have nor have i seen any published information from any of the major manufacturers regarding support for the 2013's as of yet, i would imagine it would have something to do with maybe a new computer, i know some of the 2013's are/have a different transmission, also generally it can take depending on the manufacturer and the make and model of the vehicle anywhere between 6 months to 2 years for support on the programmer side.

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I'm very happy with mine! Worth the price to increase the top speed limiter, increase shift point rpms and have fogs on with high beams alone. The tune is a great improvement and most noticeable to me on the bottom end.
fogs and highs??? wicked!
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fogs and highs??? wicked!
There is a DIY for this as well as you can simply wire the 2 together to have this work without the tuner.
Parts/materiel will cost sub $15
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It's in the user preferences/settings. You can also turn the seatbelt notice off but there's a glitch with that and it locks up. I called BD about that and they said there will be an update to address that and probably add temp settings for an e-fan. Yeah!!!

I thought I was the only one getting stuck on that setting. I hate that beeping seatbelt noise.
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I thought I was the only one getting stuck on that setting. I hate that beeping seatbelt noise.
There is a thread on seat belt chime that shows how to rid of it without the tuner.
Search for seat belt chime and it will show you the steps.
Quite easy and worked like a charm
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