Join Date: Sep 2005
Location: SOUTH New Jersey (there is a difference)
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I don't think it'll happen actually. Here's my reasons why...
Than ANY joe could write a tune and pretty much blow the motor through the hood really easily. These motors are crazy power when tuned right, but when tuned wrong, it all goes bad and makes them a nightmare.
From what I understand, most if not all SCT tuners go through a training school to learn what the program can do and how to do it.
Beyond that- you have to have a knowledge of the motors themselves and what they can do. I don't think SCT wants a bunch of people running around the track and plugging into every diesel tuning it and than everyone having problems, that'll generate phone calls, hate mail, small county deaths... ya know, the bad stuff.
i just don't see SCT releasing a Tweecer type of program for our diesels. They are proud of what they have and the tuners who use it well- I think the adjustability IS limitless, it just takes a few phone calls and time on the phone to the right tuner, ERIC ::cough, cough::, and you're good to go.
hope this helps a bit