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Old 12-13-2010, 11:20 AM
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few quick questions about H&S..

Does H&S have any plans for tunes bigger than there Hot damn 275hp tune? I know they also just announced that KEM tunes could be used on there tuner, is there going to be anyone else such as innovative or river city that will be able to do the same? thinking of picking up another tuner or two (h&s or sct) so have more options and still keep my spartan for racing etc..
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Old 12-13-2010, 12:21 PM
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Have you updated your tuner to the newest software?
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Old 12-13-2010, 06:01 PM
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my spartan? no i havnt but i got the update stuff on my computer just havnt done it yet
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Does H&S have any plans for tunes bigger than there Hot damn 275hp tune? I know they also just announced that KEM tunes could be used on there tuner, is there going to be anyone else such as innovative or river city that will be able to do the same? thinking of picking up another tuner or two (h&s or sct) so have more options and still keep my spartan for racing etc..
I have heard that H&S has some larger tunes, idk how big, you can get if you email them.
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their beta tune I have seen on the forums is a 310 tune and has been 12.8s I believe in the quarter. It isn't a shift on the fly tune though.
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Old 12-14-2010, 06:04 PM
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so you just load in from the blackmaxx/mini maxx and lose the shift on the fly?
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Thats correct. Not one to dd on I dont think. Its a lot more aggressive than the kem 345 to me. Not to derail but how do those pro comp traction bars like that 722 hp??
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Are you running the kem 345 tune on the maxx? like to hear some feedback on that tune as a DD!
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Thats correct. Not one to dd on I dont think. Its a lot more aggressive than the kem 345 to me. Not to derail but how do those pro comp traction bars like that 722 hp??
i am wondering the same thing. When i get traction bars i think i am going with one up offroad.
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Old 12-15-2010, 10:41 AM
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I dont have anything to compare them to but for me they work really well! The truck leaves the line a lot harder and the shifts have been smoothed out significantly. you also have to be a little easier on the throttle because the truck is alot easier to break loose in 2wd which makes for some awesome burnouts. When the strip opens back up here im gonna take it out and compare my 60 ft times to when i didnt have t-bars and ill post up what I find. The only complaint that I have about them is that because they use rubber bushings they still allow a little more movement of the axle then solid joints would so the axle still does wrap up a little bit when your doing something like blasting up a hill using tow haul because it locks the TC in 4th which gets the rear end shaking ever so slightly.
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