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nope, neither will steer you wrong, personally I prefer the fine(r) tuning available with the smarty however on a stock truck it comes down to preference... if you want the entire tuning and gauges all at once thing the H&S is the way to go
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Oh my gosh. A which tuner thread to use that has no fights or arguments. I must have died and gone to heaven. To the OP you can't go wrong with either the Smarty or H&S they both are great companies.
The best advice I can give is do your home work and decide which one fits your budget and goals. It is a personal decision from there.
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