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Old 07-14-2011, 05:11 PM
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Torq2 vs. MP8

What are the differences in the Torq2 Vs. MP8? The prices are the same, so trying to figure out which one to get.
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Old 07-14-2011, 06:17 PM
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The Torq2 is the only one I have experience with. It's a great unit for the money. We've got it on one of our trucks with big tires/lift and the mileage is within 1mpg of the truck when it was stock. Great product, easy install, good price. Two thumbs up.
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I'm also very curious about this. I just ordered the Torq2 and would like to hear back from a couple more people who have this. There's a couple write ups on some other forums.
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Old 07-20-2011, 06:23 PM
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The Torq2 is the only one I have experience with. It's a great unit for the money. We've got it on one of our trucks with big tires/lift and the mileage is within 1mpg of the truck when it was stock. Great product, easy install, good price. Two thumbs up.
What size tires?
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40 inch Toyo's
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How does the tranny adjust to the addition power? Coming out a 6.0l the slipping was an issue.
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