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Old 01-24-2011, 12:44 PM
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How Does SRL tune Compare to SRL ++

I have about decided to try the tunes from Gearhead but I'm wondering the difference between the normal SRL and the SRL ++? I have just installed studs so hopefully it'll handle the extra power. I wanted to know if anyone has compared these and which they prefered for daily driving? Mostly interested in initial ease of take off, best shifting and best MPG.
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Old 01-24-2011, 03:06 PM
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They are pretty much the same. SRL++ is just the hold nothing back tune for studded trucks.
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Old 01-24-2011, 07:07 PM
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I love my SRL+ but ive never run the SRL tune.
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Need some experienced feed back between the two, getting antcy here and ready to order one or the other, I'm playing Any Miny Myny Mo or how ever you spell it.

Will the SRL ++ be just as driveable and yeild as good of MPG, when staying out of the throttle of course, with just a little extra bump when needed???

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people say that the higher horsepower tunes net better mpg if you keep your foot out of it, and the srl ++ is very driveable
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If you have studs get the ++ if Not Get the regular SRL.
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If you have studs get the ++ if Not Get the regular SRL.
So not much notable difference in driveability or MPG between the two till you step on it? If that's the case then I'll opt for the ++ and get the full advantage. I'm just wanting to make sure there isn't much transmission difference as I hear there is between the Extreme Street and Extreme Race tunes by Innovative.
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i think the reason there is a difference in x street and xrace is xrace is designed to shift at wot and xstreet is softer shifts for driveability. srl and srl + are both tuned for driveability because they are both street tunes.
i hope that helps
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So not much notable difference in driveability or MPG between the two till you step on it? If that's the case then I'll opt for the ++ and get the full advantage. I'm just wanting to make sure there isn't much transmission difference as I hear there is between the Extreme Street and Extreme Race tunes by Innovative.
I have ran both. The ++ has more power and you can feel it. I get about 1-2 mpg better with the +, but I think it depends on your truck.
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