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Old 09-28-2008, 10:33 PM   #1 (permalink)
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programmer bully dog vs. edge

So i know every one says buy a smarty but i want the gauges that the bully dog pmt and edge juice with attitude offer. I also like the change on the fly abilities. So it comes down to the Edge Juice with Attitude or the Bully Dog PMT i'm leaning on the bully dog so if you could give me your opinions it would be appreciated.
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i like my bullydog its working good so far
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|I know this is not what you want to hear and yes the pmt and the edge are both nice. I had the bully dog and liked it alot until I tried the smarty, and yes I agree the not beeing able to change on the fly sucks but everything else is way better about the smarty. You notice a difference right away, and a whole lot less turbo lag. IMHO buy the smarty and get yourself a triple pod full of gauges and dont look back. my 2 cents.
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i agree with the comment about the smarty
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i like my bully dog, there is some lag in it but if you select the torque man. option it will take it right away just be ready to replace the tranny
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If you stack your smarty with something else, you can have the adjustability. Also, the smarty is $400 cheaper than the bully dog pmt, which will go a long way on your gauge purchase. This is the route I'd recommend. I'm stacking a smarty with my quad soon so I'll have the adjustability in case of a surprise attack on the interstate.
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