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Old 09-16-2009, 05:55 PM
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Anyone Try Out Black Maxx tuner?

After reading the long post from H&S, I was wondering if anyone on here has gotten one yet and what their thoughts were. I really like the idea of the adjust on the fly. I am after better mileage ofcourse and would like to get rid of the dead pedal. I know H&S doesn't want to give mileage claims so any imput would be great!

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I dont understand this post... sry
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There was a long post on here about another tuner for our 6.4 from H&S called Black Maxx tuner that is adjustable on the fly. I was wondering if anyone has gotten one yet and what they thought?

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After reading the long post from H&S, I was wondering if anyone on here has gotten one yet and what their thoughts were. I really like the idea of the adjust on the fly. I am after better mileage ofcourse and would like to get rid of the dead pedal. I know H&S doesn't want to give mileage claims so any imput would be great!

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Its the adjust on the fly that concerns me. It will be interesting to see how they perform
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i think it is getting re-work after some Q/A on the forum so their product is up to snuff when it is time to release. You will have to get ahold of them directly to get your answers.
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I currently have one and I wanna say its a whole different truck the power is unreal shifting is real good and firm. I dont have the spartan but in my opinion from reading you guys talking the Black Maxx has to be right on with it and if not its right there with it. Its currently been raining like crazy so I havent had a chance to make many WOT runs, but as soon as I do I'll provide a little more feeddback. I guess we are going to really find out when Cobbs finishes testing and we have the results of someone who has tried them both out.
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We are currently testing the black maxx with tcm tuning, results to follow soon!!!
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Interesting.
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No need to, you drive a 7.3
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No need to, you drive a 7.3
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