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Old 12-21-2010, 05:01 PM
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Loony tune vs Srl tune

looking to see who hs both and who likes what more
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Old 12-21-2010, 05:15 PM
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Looney tunes. smoother shifting, better shift points, better throttle response, more power. Everyone is different thats just what found from running the different tunes.

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I would also like to know. Love my SRL but been hearin a lot about the looney.
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I wonder if any one has tried both? I went from Eric's to Matt's for a reason
if Looneys are good probably no one has swapped?
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I have both and have ran both for some time. They are both good tunes. It will come down to how YOUR truck takes to the program and YOUR personal preference.

Can't go wrong either way, and if you have one already, get the other to see how you like it.............. That's why I have a computer full of LL3 and CEF files



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SRL. smoother shifting, better shift points, better throttle response, more power. Everyone is different thats just what found from running the different tunes.
Haha, my truck responds a lot better to Matt's tuning.
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Old 12-21-2010, 05:34 PM
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Looney Tune is faster and shifts much better than the SRL tune. At least that's the case in my rig..
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Looney Tune is faster and shifts much better than the SRL tune. At least that's the case in my rig..
+1 i tried both darn i actually tried everyone you can think of and overall my truck loves the looney aswell. and the looney wild
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Old 12-21-2010, 05:46 PM
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but almost everyone responding has studs
the op was looking for stock stud tunes
not sure the comparison is apples to apples
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I can't comment on the SRL, but the Looney tunes ran great in my truck. But not like my Xtreme Street does, it loves my truck.

I plan on getting the SRL soon, so I can compare all three on my rig.
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Old 12-21-2010, 05:51 PM
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Would the strategy of the truck change the way the same tune affects the truck? Say a VXCF4 vs VXCF7. So the SRL might run better on the VXCF4 than the looney, or vice-versa? Or are there too many variables? Or just buy 'em all.
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