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Old 03-01-2008, 04:47 AM
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Heads? Bullett vs sct

Any feed back on blown heads with sct vs banks bullett ( i know banks bullet is only 60 hp but still thats all i need ) i know me if i can make a call and go from say 100hp to 140 with sct i will so haveing only 60hp kinda limits me lol lol thanks for any input
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I know of trucks that pop their heads stock for no apparent reason. Many that pop their heads by towing heavy, especially with a tuner. We only sell the SCT tuner because we can get the most safe and level power.

Get a SCT with custom tunes, keep maintenance up and don't drive it like you stole.

DJ
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I would agree and I'm running DJ's tunes. My HG's went in stock form and I did tow heavy... Get the SCT and you too will become a believer!
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I know of trucks that pop their heads stock for no apparent reason. Many that pop their heads by towing heavy, especially with a tuner. We only sell the SCT tuner because we can get the most safe and level power.

Get a SCT with custom tunes, keep maintenance up and don't drive it like you stole.

DJ
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I would agree and I'm running DJ's tunes. My HG's went in stock form and I did tow heavy... Get the SCT and you too will become a believer!
I agree with both of those statements
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Any feed back on blown heads with sct vs banks bullett ( i know banks bullet is only 60 hp but still thats all i need ) i know me if i can make a call and go from say 100hp to 140 with sct i will so haveing only 60hp kinda limits me lol lol thanks for any input
If I owned a sicks-leaker, the first thing I would do is pop the HG while it was still under warranty and have studs put in then add power and not have to worry about it. As far as one tuner being safer than another one, the only safe way is to keep your foot out of it and watch the gauges. That being said I would get the SCT.
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Hi TJ,

It's always a pleasure. Those are some good points right there

Thanks,
Vivian
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HI Viv
How are you doing? I will be in Ocala this week a might have to stop by and say HI.
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Hi TJ,

Sure. Let us know. We'll be out Friday. We're going to Baton Rouge, Louisiana to tune at a dyno get-together on Saturday. If anyone is close to Baton Rouge and would like to participate or spectate, please PM me.

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Just ordered my sct3 from vivian cant wait also i have my fbd exhaust still in the gararge waitng for at least a little warmer day and of course my wife not to be around on my back lol thanks everyone for thier imputs
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I would agree and I'm running DJ's tunes. My HG's went in stock form and I did tow heavy... Get the SCT and you too will become a believer!
same thing for me
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