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post #1 of 13 Old 02-25-2008, 04:04 PM Thread Starter
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I just sold my edge evolution today. I am planning on buying the dp tuner not sure what burns I want. I was thinking the 80 eco the 40 high altitude 60 high altitude please give me your input. I will be pulling around 15000 pounds.
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I would do those and a 120 race for fun. If you want to blow some serious smoke get the 140 aggressive. I dont use my 120/140 tunes a whole lot but when you need'em, ya need'em! AKA chevy or dodge nearby

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+1 on the 140 aggressive

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120 performance will give you every bit of the performance that the 140 does with less smoke.

80 econo and 40 high alt.

No need for the 60 pulling 15,000lbs...

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120 performance will give you every bit of the performance that the 140 does with less smoke.

80 econo and 40 high alt.

No need for the 60 pulling 15,000lbs...
There ya go. Pretty close to what I was about to say.

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gotta have a night on the tow of smoking it up setting

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i would highly reccomend a high idle too....
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i wish i got a high idle, darnit!

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What does the high idle do for the truck
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helps keep it warm in the winter, cold in the summer

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