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|04-25-2019 11:34 PM|
|s10010001||The cps5 switch gives you a dial to change tunes on the fly from 1-5, 1 is ideally stock with deletes. Itís normally on more expensive timers, plus the 70-80$ for the switch itself.|
|04-25-2019 02:24 PM|
ebay has become my daily visit place...I am curious about the EFI you spoke of as it is my understanding that the current EFI tuners will do deletes but are a bit more pricey, no big deal. They also talk about a CSP5 switch OTF. I'm don't know what that is.......what I'd really like to find is a tuner with a monitor that stays plugged in and monitors different functions such as trans temp boost,etc. I understand you need a probe to accurately monitor egt's and that's fine as well. The Edge tuner/monitor would be ideal but does not do deletes. I'm thinking I'll just go with old fashion egt gauge and maybe a trans temp gauge to monitor those two and not worry about the rest. I'll be checking for a J-67 later. So far I only looked at S-67's.....
Thanks to xcc_rider and s10010001 for the info.........
|04-23-2019 11:03 PM|
Yup eBay for sure, and no need for the S-67 if you want stockish power, j-67 is all you need. It took me about two weeks of searching eBay once or twice a day to come across a used j-67 for $300.
Anything more, like 350-500$ and I would just buy the low end efi live from Anarchy, itís just over $500 iirc. Overall better tunes.
|04-23-2019 05:42 PM|
Your best bet is to search ebay and craigslist for a used & delete capable tuner.
The forum for sale section is good too but you haven't been a member long enough to have access.
Since you're looking at (mostly) stock power and deleted then you could expand your search to the J-67 (SmartyJr) also.
I'm running deleted and stock power with the J-67 and it works well. I used to run the tow tune (+60hp) but decided I really didn't need the extra power, just deletes.
Used S-67's go sell in the $4-550 range and the used J-67's $250-300.
As you said, the tuner needs to be delete capable and unlocked.
A tuner will display #Smarty# on start up if its vin locked and Smarty if unlocked.
Have the seller send you a picture of the start up screen to prove it's unlocked before buying.
A delete capable tuner will have an "A" or a "P" in the serial number.
As above, have the seller send a picture of the serial number too.
Dont worry about having to load a tune onto the tuner. It's not that hard and there's Youtube videos you can watch to show you how.
Let me know if there's anything else i can help you with,
|04-23-2019 04:47 PM|
O.K. I'm new here and have posted in other threads trying to find a good "delete" tuner for my '07 6.7 2500.
The Smarty S67 looks to be a good one but current models won't accept "delete" tunes.
Anybody know where to get a tuner that will accept the ME tunes ? I found the different tunes on this website but need a tuner that will accept them. I would really like to find one with the ME tunes installed. Also apparently the tuner (if it's a used one) has to be VIN "unlocked" so as to be programmable to my ECM.
I'm wanting to do deletes but not necessarily any performance changes. Truck runs great but how long will it go, eating it's own exhaust......
|03-27-2019 12:39 PM|
|rkeil1||Ill try that then thank you|
|03-26-2019 08:57 PM|
Not that I'm aware of but are you familiar with the Wayback Machine?
You can access the archived download pages in the above link and "most" of the downloads are still available.
Choose different archive dates to find the older or newer tunes.
|03-26-2019 08:44 PM|
2nd gen tunes?
Does anyone know if there is anything like this for 98.5 - 02 trucks ?
|03-07-2019 07:26 PM|
|s10010001||DRM01L or DRM01K?|
|02-05-2019 03:21 PM|
edit: Ahh never mind, I dont want to kill this thread haha.
So how about them clean running Smarty tunes!
|02-05-2019 11:55 AM|
|xcc_rider||Sooo, instead of blaming it on a poor tune you can blame it on a poor decision???? 💨💨💨 🤔|
|02-05-2019 11:30 AM|
|08silver6.7||The use of a smoke switch must be regulated by the driver. There is a proper time and place. Being able to control it and not needing heavy acceleration is better than running a hot tune.|
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