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I have a couple of old versions of tnt and tntr. Version 4.05 from a few years ago. Does anyone know if they're any different from each other with the exception of the high rpm setting ? Thanks, Scott.:thumbsup:
 

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I've always wondered because some guys say the only difference is the high rpm ability, but others say it actually makes more power. So I guess they both could be right. Maybe the tune is the same and the extra power is coming from the higher rpm's. ? Just curious..:confused013:
 

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The r is night and day with the rpms on stock. Runs like a turd in that setting. I personally liked the new R file, but thats just me.
 

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I personally feel the TNT/R runs stronger than standard TNT, high RPM or not. Do I have track numbers or dyno runs to back that? No. But my highly calibrated butt dyno says it's stronger
 

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I need to re calibrate my butt dyno..Cause one day something feels like the best, then another day it feels flat..:doh: On the top end the new TNTR feels the best, but it feels softer at lower speeds..And I'd say the opposite for my old TNT tune. But I don't know.. I may be losing mt mind..:hehe:
 
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