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2010 dodge delete with edge cts programmer and edge chip
Anyone know if ya can run the dodge cts on a 2010 with deletes and have the chip in it or does anyone know of something that is better been doing at the h&s tuner but would like to go with the edge the reason that I am asking haven't seen anyone running them and was wondering why cause they look like a slick outfit but don't know a whole lot about the programmer if it won't clear the codes once you have doing egr and dpf delete or what that's why I am asking
The edge programing is garbage. That's why nobody runs them.
They do however make good guages, lots of guys run the CTS unit for guages. They run the CTS with either a H&S XRT or a Smarty/RaceME usually. Both of those tuners only need to be plugged in when they are tuning the truck then can be unplugged, than you are free to use the CTS.
2010 2500 Mega Cab Laramie Sold
2015 Jetta TDI...Yep
I have the Edge Race CTS and this thing is bad to the bone. Deletes DPF but not EGR. I deleted the EGR and left the EGR valve and cooler sensor hid under the hood. H&S is the new hip thing but Edge and Smarty are still awesome.
2011 Mega DRW 4X4 Laramie, 10" TGC Long Arm lift, 38" Trail Grapplers on black 24" American Force Stars, Banks Ram Air Intake, EGR/Cooler Deleted, Boost Tube/Intake Horn, Edge Race CTS/Smarty Race Pro, Pro-Flo 5" exhaust.
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