Not sure what you are asking, but it works for me. And it came highly recommended by other local Ram owners who have used it.
My 13 Ram had that throttle lag--I lived with it until I did the delete. When I picked up my 19 last week, it was like, "Oh hell... not another 100K of this!" The first person to mention the iDrive to me was the parts guy at my dealer. Then, the Linex guy had one in stock when I went for the bed liner, so I had him plug it in. It just replaces the stock potentiometer input from your pedal with an adjustable one that has a controller stuck to the dash.
It absolutely got rid of the dreaded lag for me.
So I went to that site but they didnít have one listed for our truck. Any tips?
My 1st Ram: 2019 Laramie 3500
6.7 HO Aisin AS69RC. Borg Wagner 44-48 4x4. 12" AAM Rear end. CCLB. Single Rear Wheel. Max Steel. 295/70/18 (35x12) Mickey Thompson MTZ P3. No lift/no level.
Looks promising, does it affect the factory warranty at all?
It was the dealer who originally suggested using it when I purchased the truck. The salesman and couple of people in the parts department were telling me about it, and they assured me it didn't affect the warranty.
I would assume, that since it doesn't interface with the programming in any way that leaves a footprint, and that it is such a simple plug-n-play option, you can unplug it if you worry about it.
I also assume, given the hostile environment created by the EPA towards delete kits and programming, that they would be fervently trying to shut this down if it crossed any of those lines.