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SO I have the Smarty S67. Never tried upgrading it till the other night, just been running it out of the box. I went step by step on the process of getting everything on my computer (programs/drivers,exc.) but when I downloaded the "REVO" (Which is a .7z file) it wont open or extract like it says your supposed to. There is free software on their website for .7z files but nothing is working. I've been trying to figure this out for 2 days! Anyone else having this problem or know what I'm doing wrong? I'm pretty savy on the computer but this is kickin my I NEED SOME HELP!!!!
Thanks for the responses! Sorry I haven't been back on here in awhile. I got it all set up and running good. I went in and talked to Bill at Source and he noticed it wasnt programmed with the ME software. So he reflashed it for me and I cant stay off the throttle now! Its crazy the difference. Evidently The program I had on there was set for if my rig had the DPF/EGR "stock" setup. Thanks for the replies guys I still didn't get my computer to unzip the REVO program I downloaded. I know I dont need it now but if another upgrade comes along I'll probably be needing some assistance
Ahh its still a 6.7. Lets get a tranny in there then we'll actually give it a run. We've messed around but never really linned up. Plus with all the free time I got getting your tranny out and back in shouldnt take long...just $$$
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