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whats the best combo tuner all in one?

I want a tuner and gauge package thats all in one. Im going to pretty much have turbo back exhaust/intake/spring mod for now. Down the road delete the egr.
It will be going on a 03 ex with 6.0

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I have the EDGE CTS and so far Im very happy with it. Seems very easy to operate and its very clean looking after being mounted and installed with no wires hanging around. I also installed a egt probe myself and have had zero issue's.
As far as tuning I havent gone down that road yet....
AS far as the exhaust I went with the 5" Diamond Eye TB. Was very easy to install my self and sounds great. Very happy with the set up.

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whats the best combo tuner all in one?

If you are set on all in one you prob have to do one of the newer SCT (livewire, etc). Or like most u pickup an SCT x3 etc and either an edge insight cs/cts or something like dash boss.

I use an x3 for tuning and a CTS for gauges. The need for tuner to always be there isn't really necessary as once you load tunes you don't change all that often.ine just sits in center console and never comes out. You can't tune 'on the fly' so I wouldn't make a requirement for an 'all in one' device. Look for the features you want on the monitoring side as a priority

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I'd suggest calling Power Hungry Performance.

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DP tuner has the Infinity DX.. if you pay for all the little packages that go with it you have a killer tool

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keep in mind an all in one unit is always in your vehicle so if it gets jacked you loose

A all your tunes ( I have over $300 worth of tunes locked to this device)
B your headed to the dealer for a flash to stock (if you ever want to change settings)
c you'll need a new tuner and tunes

I leave my SCT SF3 safe at home and run a CST as do many folks

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SCT with custom tunes and run an Edge insight for gauges your best bang for your buck and the best tunes out there for the 6.0.


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We have the Infinity available. It is the most advanced product of it's kind available on the market. It will tune, monitor PID's(generic and Ford enhanced), datalog, read/clear codes, run tests(KOEO/KOER, buzz, cylinder contribution, glow plug), play media, and more.

Here is a sheet that shows the main benefits of the unit.

You can also check it out by clicking HERE.

Let me know if you have any other questions. I'll be glad to help you out.

Oh, and I do not think you will find another monitor that can do this...

That is the amount of things I can monitor on my 2001 7.3L. All trucks will differ on the number of things they can see.

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