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Old 08-10-2014, 06:25 PM
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SCT 7015 for my 2011

I want to delete my 2011 powerstroke without breaking the bank, so I decided to go with the SCT delete. Besides, I'm not looking for crazy speed or horsepower.. Honestly I just want it for the sound and a lil smoke. Not to mention, it's better for the truck. I've seen where a few people have had issues with these tuners uploading tunes but it seemed to be a simple fix and I'm assuming SCT has good customer support. So is this a pretty legit, easy to use tuner? Are the tunes that come on this tuner pretty good? On Rudy's diesel it says it comes with 5 of SCT's preloaded tunes with the innovative tuning option
46 hp
78 hp
96 hp
196 hp
240 hp

But i had read it only had 3 tunes and I didn't think it went that high hp. So I'm confused, somebody fill me in! I plan on running just a delete pipe with a 7" tip, not a full system. I plan on ordering soon. Opinions, reviews, and personal experiences are greatly appreciated because I do not know much about these tuners.. Thank y'all!
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Old 08-10-2014, 07:33 PM
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the 7" tip will allow you to run the highest tune , no problem.
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Old 08-11-2014, 05:47 AM
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I want to delete my 2011 powerstroke without breaking the bank, so I decided to go with the SCT delete. Besides, I'm not looking for crazy speed or horsepower.. Honestly I just want it for the sound and a lil smoke. Not to mention, it's better for the truck. I've seen where a few people have had issues with these tuners uploading tunes but it seemed to be a simple fix and I'm assuming SCT has good customer support. So is this a pretty legit, easy to use tuner? Are the tunes that come on this tuner pretty good? On Rudy's diesel it says it comes with 5 of SCT's preloaded tunes with the innovative tuning option
46 hp
78 hp
96 hp
196 hp
240 hp

But i had read it only had 3 tunes and I didn't think it went that high hp. So I'm confused, somebody fill me in! I plan on running just a delete pipe with a 7" tip, not a full system. I plan on ordering soon. Opinions, reviews, and personal experiences are greatly appreciated because I do not know much about these tuners.. Thank y'all!

Are you looking at 6.4 tunes??
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Old 08-13-2014, 07:08 AM
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Must have been looking at 6.4 guys, like I said didn't think they went that high. For the 6.7 it's 40, 72, 111 hp which I'm more than happy with. Anybody have troubles with the SCT?
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Old 08-13-2014, 09:08 AM
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No troubles here. The most complicated part is when you first get it. Have to send and receive emails, get your tunes and down load them.

When I say complicated, its coming from someone who has a basic knowledge of computers. It really is super easy.
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Old 08-13-2014, 09:08 AM
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Must have been looking at 6.4 guys, like I said didn't think they went that high. For the 6.7 it's 40, 72, 111 hp which I'm more than happy with. Anybody have troubles with the SCT?

I'm using the 5015 and it works great. I think others are using the 7015 with good luck too.


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Old 08-13-2014, 09:15 AM
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Must have been looking at 6.4 guys, like I said didn't think they went that high. For the 6.7 it's 40, 72, 111 hp which I'm more than happy with. Anybody have troubles with the SCT?
How did you get these numbers? ( 40,72,111 )
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Old 08-13-2014, 06:18 PM
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Must have been looking at 6.4 guys, like I said didn't think they went that high. For the 6.7 it's 40, 72, 111 hp which I'm more than happy with. Anybody have troubles with the SCT?
11-12 is 50-100-150-175 , 13-14 is 50-100-150

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No troubles here. The most complicated part is when you first get it. Have to send and receive emails, get your tunes and down load them.

When I say complicated, its coming from someone who has a basic knowledge of computers. It really is super easy.


haha we got it done !
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Old 08-15-2014, 08:29 AM
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How did you get these numbers? ( 40,72,111 )
That's just what it said on Rudys diesel site, but I guess it's wrong. I don't know much at all about these programmers.

So which is better, 5015 or 7015??
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Old 08-15-2014, 09:54 AM
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5015 will give you better gauges but the 7015 will cost less... Same tunes either way
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