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Old 08-12-2008, 02:58 PM
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When is SCT's next tune revision?

Has anyone talked to anyone lately at sct about when they might have a fix for us that are still getting the p2263 code? I sure hope its not another long wait like last time. What i dont get is that SCT is a HUGE company and has all these problems. Then theres spartan witch is half the size but twice as better.
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Old 08-12-2008, 05:12 PM
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I'm not gettin any codes but p1000 my truck is running great!
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well if they dont come out with a revision that fixes my surging and i get a call back from matt at spartan. best believe this sct is coming off and spartan tunes will be going on and the sct will be up for sale.
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Old 08-12-2008, 05:35 PM
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Mine runs fine on both Spartan and SCT no codes or issues. I know your having issues with SCT as are a few others, but I would be willing to bet the % of problems relative to the livewire's being used/in service low.MattSpartan has have a few issues also, he seems to be quicker at correcting them. I believe the way Spartan tunes are vin specific or "custom" may help. Both are great in my book.
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Has anyone talked to anyone lately at sct about when they might have a fix for us that are still getting the p2263 code? I sure hope its not another long wait like last time. What i dont get is that SCT is a HUGE company and has all these problems. Then theres spartan witch is half the size but twice as better.
No offense, but normally its the larger companies that have more problems. Just think: SCT is releasing products for an absurd number of vehicles all at the same time. Spartan is singularly focused on the 6.4.
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No offense, but normally its the larger companies that have more problems. Just think: SCT is releasing products for an absurd number of vehicles all at the same time. Spartan is singularly focused on the 6.4.


The 1.22 is a great tune, but it still suffers from some things that need to be adjusted. It is still an SCT, non custom, "safe for the entire planet" tune.
Until SCT releases their tuning software to it's dealers, Spartan enjoys quite an advantage.

Now, once the custom tuning software is released, and it's many dealers have a crack at their own fine adjustments, I would venture to say that the advantage will swing again in SCTs favor.
That is unless Matt once again ups the ante with something new....

It's all good, but as of the choices available today, the Spartan 250 is the tune.
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Old 08-13-2008, 08:22 AM
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The 1.22 tune is the softest shifting tune I have ever tryied. I am running the race shifts also. I seriously think I am going to hurt my trans with this tune. Why shift so soft?
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Old 08-13-2008, 09:34 AM
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It depends on the calibration on the way the tranny shifts.
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is there a way to get it to stop the p2263 code?
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is there a way to get it to stop the p2263 code?
Ditto on that.
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