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Old 12-13-2010, 02:00 PM
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Innovative's street vs canned street

I have both the SRL and the extreme street. The extreme street runs a little better than the SRL on my truck. (Both great tunes by the way)

Anyways, I'm looking for something "safer" than the extreme street. I've seen boost passed 30 psi. And I'm a little spooked. I'm wondering how much better Innovative's street tune is vs the canned street tune.

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Any custom tune is light years ahead of the canned tunes. I know a bunch of people running Erics Street tune daily and they love it.
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If you're worried about your truck then you should probably stay stock.

I see 30 psi from time to time on Erics X-strt. Not concerned a bit. It happens. If it's a concern, then there's an easy fix. Lift your right foot......

Seriously, if you can't afford or aren't prepared for the possibility of needing studs and a delete, tunes of any sort probably should wait.
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If you're worried about your truck then you should probably stay stock.

I see 30 psi from time to time on Erics X-strt. Not concerned a bit. It happens. If it's a concern, then there's an easy fix. Lift your right foot......

Seriously, if you can't afford or aren't prepared for the possibility of needing studs and a delete, tunes of any sort probably should wait.
What are you kidding me???? Did you even read the question? I think the question is about the differences in the 2 street tunes, not if I can afford or if I am prepared...........
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Dang it man, I can't figure it out. I have an '03 turbo, EGR delete, ARP's, and I still can't make her boost over 30 PSI. And you guys with stock studs and EGR are making 30+?
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Dang it man, I can't figure it out. I have an '03 turbo, EGR delete, ARP's, and I still can't make her boost over 30 PSI. And you guys with stock studs and EGR are making 30+?
Every truck is diffrent, my 06 only makes 29. Just because there is more boost doesn't mean there is more power. The stock charger is most efficant between 25-28 I have heard
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What are you kidding me???? Did you even read the question? I think the question is about the differences in the 2 street tunes, not if I can afford or if I am prepared...........
No. I am not kidding. Yes I read the question, and answered it.

You are worried about fukin something up on X-strt and want to switch to canned tunes. The fact that you are concerned about seeing 30 psi says that you either aren't prepared to or are unwilling to look at studs, etc.

I'm not trying to come across as a dick. My opinion stands. If you don't wanna worry about fukin something up, don't tune it. Otherwise leave it on X-strt and forget about it.

If you just can't sleep at night and just have to be tuned, call Eric and ask which tunes have the least timing and lowest cylinder pressures. You're probably going to find out those are the tow tunes.

Seriously I'm not trying to be a dick. You need to consider the irony of running custom tunes but being leary of ****in something up.
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No. I am not kidding. Yes I read the question, and answered it.

You are worried about fukin something up on X-strt and want to switch to canned tunes. The fact that you are concerned about seeing 30 psi says that you either aren't prepared to or are unwilling to look at studs, etc.

I'm not trying to come across as a dick. My opinion stands. If you don't wanna worry about fukin something up, don't tune it. Otherwise leave it on X-strt and forget about it.

If you just can't sleep at night and just have to be tuned, call Eric and ask which tunes have the least timing and lowest cylinder pressures. You're probably going to find out those are the tow tunes.

Seriously I'm not trying to be a dick. You need to consider the irony of running custom tunes but being leary of ****in something up.
I took your first comment wrong... I apologize... And thank you for your input.

With extreme street I can be driving along on the highway and just squeeze my toes to go around someone, and hit 35 psi. Now the EGT's are between 700-1000 when I do this. (it does not down shift) This is my concern.
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Every truck is diffrent, my 06 only makes 29. Just because there is more boost doesn't mean there is more power. The stock charger is most efficant between 25-28 I have heard
Very good point, thanks for the input! Maybe the fastest trucks only hit 29 PSI.
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Dang it man, I can't figure it out. I have an '03 turbo, EGR delete, ARP's, and I still can't make her boost over 30 PSI. And you guys with stock studs and EGR are making 30+?
30+? No. I dont see 30 all that often. Depends on the weather mostly. Some days it only sees 20. And yea, every truck is a little different.

edit: Me thinks my sarchasm meter is a little slow today.....BTW, yes, only the REAL fast see 29 psi. If you only see 28 your truck is slooooowww.

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