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Old 06-14-2008, 04:59 PM
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Xcal vs. livewire???

i've narrowed my search to a SCT programmer but i dont know which is better the livewire or the xcal? this if for my friends 05 6.0. im interested in all your thots? thanks
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Does your friend have gauges or is he planning on getting gauges? If so, go with the Xcal. It is the same things performance wise as the livewire. The only difference is the Livewire has the gauges built in.

I personally prefer the X3 with gauges.
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well he doesnt have gauges and prolly isnt getting any, altho ill try to convince him
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Livewire Then....................
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My vote is to go with an X3! All you need is a Pyro.

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My vote is to go with an X3! All you need is a Pyro.
hey ebusa, where did get or what brand is that pyro? i kinda like that matching gauge
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hey ebusa, where did get or what brand is that pyro? i kinda like that matching gauge
Thats an ISSPRO EV series.
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hey ebusa, where did get or what brand is that pyro? i kinda like that matching gauge
Actually my the pyro in the picture is a Dipricol Optix EGT guage with black face.

It matches perfectly at night!!! Looks like it came stock in the daytime! I couldn't find one that matched the white faces so I went with the black face. The quality is excellent!
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oh and you get it here: DFUSER.com - Diesel Performance Products Diesel Exhaust Diesel High Performance Part Diesel Intake Diesel Power Chips
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EBUSA- where did you get the single pod? And what brand is it?
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