I have no issues being right up front. I did not need the 3500, but I did was the AISIN. I drive my trucks in the ground, I do not purchase every few years.Do you need the Asin? Are you towing heavy all the time? Did your other thread not answer this question already..
there's good and bad to both if I was hauling heavy all the time and didnt plan to tune yeah I'd go aisin but keep in mind price tag of aisin plus 3500 no trans tuning available and doesn't like any added power for those reasons I went 2500
I have the Aisin and I am tuned. I also added the throttle sensitivity booster and the Aisin has been awesome. I run the 100 hp tune empty and 50 hp tune when towing and no issues in 5 years. Shifting is great. Glad the C&C come with the Aisin. The throttle sensitivity booster really gets rid of the dead pedal. Very touchy now. The TSB and EFI live really work well together.HTML:
If you don’t like how the truck runs, your pretty much stuck because the Aisin can’t be tuned. I live at high altitude and the dead pedal and slowness drives me nuts but there is not much I can seem to do about it. Tried with a emissions in tact tune from calibrated power and it only made more top end power and nothing to improve response and low end. In fact it towed worse in the lower rpm range so I removed it and now have an expensive paperweight.
Drove a 19 Aisin and although the 3.73’s help, I am not convinced that it is enough of an improvement for me.
What year 2500 & what was the issue?I had a 2500 for about 10k miles before trading it off on a 3500 with aisin. 68 shifts nicer while not towing, 2500 was 2.5 m/gal easier on fuel , and probably would have done me just as good as a job as the aisin. I had the money to spend on the upgrade so I did. Would I I do it again, probably, but the added cost and fuel consumption when empty would be something for me to consider. Reason for the trade was a front end issue that FCA refused to acknowledge and nothing to do with trans.
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