Which one would you reccommend of the three?
All three are great tune writers. Vivian @ Quicktricks has the Looney tunes, Eric @ Innovative has the Extreme tunes, and Matt @ Gearhead has the SRL tunes.
Looney and Extreme tunes are smokier tunes, and have a "light switch" effect, which means when your rolling into the throttle, at a certain point "click" the power comes on hard and strong. The SRL tunes hardly smoke and don't have the "light switch" effect, the power is smooth and progressive when you roll into the throttle.
The looney and extreme tunes tend to lug the motor down more when the TC is locked at cruising speed, then when you roll into the throttle the motor lugs down until it either downshifts or you can get on top of the RPM to get her moving enough.
The SRL don't lug as much, and when at cruising speed when you roll into the throttle it downshifts almost immediately to prevent lugging the motor.
The Looney and Extreme tunes tend to run the EGT's up faster than the SRL tunes.
Here's my opinion.
It really boils down to your driving style and preference. If your looking for a tune that has more of the stock tune trans characteristics for daily driving with the extra power, then go with the SRL tunes. I like them all, and switch out tunes often, some guys like some tunes over the other ones.
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