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Old 05-02-2010, 03:31 PM
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Alright guys, the wait is over. The 350 tune is now ready! The first revision is for sale starting May 3, 2010. Any future revisions will be free. This is a $100 upgrade for those that already have the 310 tune. Remember that this is an all out race tune. We highly recommend that you use this tune in conjunction with an aftermarket transmission. Head studs would also be advisable for those that plan on running this tune. Remember, this is an all out race tune that is more than doubling the stock horsepower output. Play safe!
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Old 05-02-2010, 03:38 PM
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Just in time for TS.
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Old 05-02-2010, 04:13 PM
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Trust me I'm going to get a nice tuner from H&S or Spartan when I get my truck. Here's my problem. I certainly like the idea of the 275 and 310 tunes, even the 350 sounds great. Why would I keep paying more. Say I get the 350 tune. I spent so much money to get there and i'm very unlikely to ever use the 310 again. My problem is I can't justify buying a bunch of tunes when only one gets used. Why not just $250 for the 350 tune outright?
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Old 05-02-2010, 04:49 PM
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In all honesty, the 350 tune is a tune for those who plan on buying aftermarket tranny parts, doing studs, and other mods down the road. It is an all out race tune. Really, the 310 tune is an all out race tune as well, but a lot of guys daily drive with it. To me the 275 tune is about the max for daily driving. Basically you can get the 275 and 310 tunes for $400 right now. You add another $100 for the 350 tune, and you can have all three big tunes for $500. I think that is pretty fair considering all of the testing, time, and fuel costs that have been put in to these tunes.
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did you ever dyno?
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did you ever dyno?
Yes, the numbers weren't that great. My converter is slipping like crazy. It did 545/1062....and a good comparison to show how bad the converter was slipping, another guy dynoed the 250 tune and did 511/1030 lol. I was pretty disappointed, but it let me know a Suncoast is needed bad!
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i ordered it at the end of last week..i cant wait to have it in my inbox tomorrow...as soon as i get back from TS ill get some 1/4 mile numbers for it and post em up...
speaking of that...has Matt or anyone ran it at the track yet?
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i ordered it at the end of last week..i cant wait to have it in my inbox tomorrow...as soon as i get back from TS ill get some 1/4 mile numbers for it and post em up...
speaking of that...has Matt or anyone ran it at the track yet?
There are a couple of trucks that have had the tune for awhile now, including Rudy's race truck. Matt hasn't ran it at the track though.
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Old 05-03-2010, 02:29 AM
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Jeff,

I want this..... Today is the 3rd!!!!

What is the best way to get this tune today? How is the shifting?

I also need to get the 210 tow tune

Hoping for 12's!

Thanks!

Mike



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Alright guys, the wait is over. The 350 tune is now ready! The first revision is for sale starting May 3, 2010. Any future revisions will be free. This is a $100 upgrade for those that already have the 310 tune. Remember that this is an all out race tune. We highly recommend that you use this tune in conjunction with an aftermarket transmission. Head studs would also be advisable for those that plan on running this tune. Remember, this is an all out race tune that is more than doubling the stock horsepower output. Play safe!
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Old 05-03-2010, 06:41 AM
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Dang!

These Trucks are Getting HUGE Power!

Woot! Woot!

(I'm still running the 275 and I think it is Bad A$$, I can only Imagine)
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