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Old 02-17-2010, 04:05 AM
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04 6.0l edge platnum tunes

Hey everyone this is my first thread. But straight to the point I've hear that Bill at PHP is the only one that can program and edge tunner with custom tunes? Is this true and if so how do I get in touch with Bill at PHP, and does he have a website. Apparently this info came straight from edge them selfs. Thanks
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Old 02-17-2010, 04:20 AM
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I was told the same...e-mailed bill from PHP website twice now with 0 response.
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Old 02-17-2010, 04:22 AM
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if you have an edge evo, PHP can convert it to their gryphon and get you custom tunes

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but it appears you have an edge platinum, which does not have any options for custom tunes.
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well thanks for all the info. Im gonna look in to it a little bit. Does anyone know why the platnum cant be custom tunned? is it because its an on the fly tunner? Thats the only reason i went with platnum is for on the fly, however i would like a custom tune in corrillation with the trany. Rather than a canned tune. Im sure you guys out there know exactly what i mean. Any knowledge would be helpful thaks
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its because of being on the fly, it plugs in to the ports under the hood. The EVO plugs into the OBDII port.
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That makes sense well thanks again for the tip. i guess ill stick with the platnum and just replace my trany vavle body
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Our 5r transmissions do not have Valve bodies. You would be better off to get an SCT and tune a 6.0 the proper way.
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