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Old 08-21-2011, 11:55 AM
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Does Eric at innovative have his remote tuner out for retuning the FICM? Anyone know?
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Not yet.. He's working on it..
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Any idea on what it is? Like what kind of tuner he is using to get this done? Like a SCT with different internals or something like php with the edge tuner? I see in your sig Eric's remote ficm flasher?
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Any idea on what it is? Like what kind of tuner he is using to get this done? Like a SCT with different internals or something like php with the edge tuner? I see in your sig Eric's remote ficm flasher?
It's a handheld prorgrammer of some sort, that can tune the FICM and return it to stock when need be. I was first in line, but I haven't heard anything from him recently. I was supposed to have one by July 15th, but I haven't gotten one yet..
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o yea. thats cool. I wonder if it is going to be in the same price range as php's and that? that would be good to be able to return it to stock. off subject but what kind of leveling kit do you have?
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o yea. thats cool. I wonder if it is going to be in the same price range as php's and that? that would be good to be able to return it to stock. off subject but what kind of leveling kit do you have?
Well PHP's tuner you have to return, Innovative would sell you the entire tuner to keep, just like the SCT, so that you'd be able to return to stock whenever necessary. Eric told me it'd be in the $250-$350 price range.

I just have a simple add-a-leaf kit, nothing special.
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Old 08-21-2011, 12:19 PM
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o ok thats not bad. I wonder if that will just come with one tune or the mild and moderate tunes both? I also have an add a leaf now and it is still not level. I also have x-codes to which are not suppose to sag but do. I just recently got a mini spring pack though and cant wait to put it in. Hopefully it is level and I want need bigger rear blocks
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Old 08-21-2011, 12:26 PM
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Not sure on that..

But a mini-spring pack is the way to go. Back when I bought my add-a-leaf only one company made the mini spring packs, and they went out of business..
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yea i just got a cheap one off ebay. hopefully it will be ok. the product looks well manufactured and they have there own website and stuff like that. My brother also bought a steering stabilizer for his dodge from there and it was a nice piece so should be fine. Its called custom-diesel.com
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you can buy a cheap edge evolution and send it to PHP to have it flashed to become a gryphon and flash your own FICM as well.

I know Eric has had delays with software and stuff for these programmers but i think it should be finished this week. Correct me if im wrong

also does anyone know what a mild or mod flash costs from eric?
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