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post #13 of 17 (permalink) Old 08-14-2019, 08:11 PM
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Cts2 may be a little slow. But really the time it takes for it to boot is about the time you should be idling before taking off anyway. As for changing PIDs, I never had issue with mine. And you really dont switch them often, or at least I dont.
Paying extra for tuning platform you wont use is a bit of a waste. I believe efi is a more capable tuning platform than mm3 anyway.
As for the rest, well The Poz pretty much nailed it so I kinda stopped reading there. Lol.


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Interesting. On the classifieds?

And yea, i know what you mean on the "leave on the shelf" lol, but i told myself NOT ON THIS TRUCK lol

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No it was on a website canít remember which. Anarchy diesel sells the efi live with cts2 for $1200 right now. And the mm3 for about the same. But doesnít show edge cts2 for 2018 only the mm3.
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That's what I figured, thank you. keeping it stock! lol

How you liking those Ridge Grapplers?
I like my Ridge Grapplers very much. Only about 10k miles on them but they still look new, handle well and are quiet. If these last any fair amount of time Iíll be replacing them with another set of the same ones when the time comes later down the road.

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good info here.

CAI is a waste- put it toward gauge monitor.

Exhaust- same thing- leave it for now.

Monitor- I ran the CTS2 for a while. I was not impressed. It takes 30 seconds+/1 to load which doesnt sound long but it is. The screen is not very responsive. Often times you need to smash the screen or touch a PID/Menu more than once.

I would look at the MM3 (i run one now). If you think you may be interested in tuning down the road you could use that as your platform. Black Market diesel has a monitor that is coming out that looks really slick. I am not sure how it will perform but honestly about anything will be better than the CTS2 IMO. The only thing that unit has going for it is it looks very clean. I'd rather have a bit more clunky looking unit that works well then a sleek one that doesn't. The BMP ones looks more like the CTS2- it is EZLYNK compatible if that's what you are thinking also- link below

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CAI/Exhaust - That's the plan, leaving it for now.

Good to know about the CTS2, Thanks for the info, I will definitely take a closer look at the MM3, and the black market. Appreciate your input

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I like my Ridge Grapplers very much. Only about 10k miles on them but they still look new, handle well and are quiet. If these last any fair amount of time Iíll be replacing them with another set of the same ones when the time comes later down the road.
Awesome, these are definitely what I am going with, just debating between the 35x11.50/12.50x20 or the 295/65/R20s, leaning more towards the 295/65/R20s

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