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Old 03-08-2013, 01:07 AM   #21
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Thanks for all your input gentleman but obviously nobody has an answere just opinions which i didnt need lol i know what im gonna do just needed a specific question answered...time for the dodge forum lol
i already gave you the answer. it just wasn't the one you wanted. i have been doing this for over 30 plus years. horsepower isn't done cheaply. you seem to want an easy and cheap way of building power out your engine. there is only so much a power programmer is capable of. that's a fact. anything more has to built into the engine. then there is matching the transmission and gear ratios to the engine for it put power to the ground.
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Thanks for all your input gentleman but obviously nobody has an answere just opinions which i didnt need lol i know what im gonna do just needed a specific question answered...time for the dodge forum lol
opinions? How about over a decade of owning and tuning sports cars.. If you really want your truck to perform, take your existing combo to a Dyno shop and have it strapped to a wheel Dyno and tuned by a professional... Any way, I'd LOVE to see before and after Dyno sheets after have this new PCM installed.. LMMFAO
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i already gave you the answer. it just wasn't the one you wanted. i have been doing this for over 30 plus years. horsepower isn't done cheaply. you seem to want an easy and cheap way of building power out your engine. there is only so much a power programmer is capable of. that's a fact. anything more has to built into the engine. then there is matching the transmission and gear ratios to the engine for it put power to the ground.
No sir i agree with you i was simply saying that you all r telling me what i allready know. I want the pcm for when i rebuild the entire motor.
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No sir i agree with you i was simply saying that you all r telling me what i allready know. I want the pcm for when i rebuild the entire motor.
And we are telling you if you already have a programmer/tuner it won't make any difference at all...
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opinions? How about over a decade of owning and tuning sports cars.. If you really want your truck to perform, take your existing combo to a Dyno shop and have it strapped to a wheel Dyno and tuned by a professional... Any way, I'd LOVE to see before and after Dyno sheets after have this new PCM installed.. LMMFAO
Is nobody listening to me? The pcm is for when i rebuild the entire motor inside and out. Im not trying to argue yall r just misunderstanding me
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And we are telling you if you already have a programmer/tuner it won't make any difference at all...
The idea is i want to get rid of the programmer
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Is nobody listening to me? The pcm is for when i rebuild the entire motor inside and out. Im not trying to argue yall r just misunderstanding me
We are understanding you completely, what we are telling YOU is that you already have a programmer that make the PCM you already have do anything the Mopar PCM will do and there's no need to WASTE your money.
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We are understanding you completely, what we are telling YOU is that you already have a programmer that make the PCM you already have do anything the Mopar PCM will do and there's no need to WASTE your money.
I understand i want to get rid of the programmer...
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The idea is i want to get rid of the programmer
Why? With the programmer you can alter the PCM anytime you add new stuff without needing to visit a dealer or tuner. By eliminating the programmer you'd be selling the truck for gas money.
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