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Old 04-02-2014, 04:36 PM
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Gearhead tunes?

Right now I have gearheads tunes (heavy tow, tow/economy, street muscle, street fury, all out, and high idle. But I want to change em up. Would like more than just slight adjustments, like maybe a whole new tune or two. Anybody got a list of all the tunes Matt has? I know his default tunes (the ones I got) but I know Matt will do custom files by request and wanted to know what all he'll do
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Old 04-03-2014, 05:19 AM
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He's got a 4500 RPM tune out now , but it's extra $ , probably need the aftermarket cluster to go with it as well. Jk / saw this on another thread yesterday where the guy was unhappy with his 4500 rpm shift points -

I'd just email them or call Larz , probably best way to accurately get the other tunes available. If you have a stock , tow , daily and hot , I don't know what else you really need. I just had my redone for the tranny and and I know he turned shift defuel off , not sure what else he touched on while redoing it but it sure had me smiling.
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He's got a 4500 RPM tune out now , but it's extra $ , probably need the aftermarket cluster to go with it as well. Jk / saw this on another thread yesterday where the guy was unhappy with his 4500 rpm shift points -

I'd just email them or call Larz , probably best way to accurately get the other tunes available. If you have a stock , tow , daily and hot , I don't know what else you really need. I just had my redone for the tranny and and I know he turned shift defuel off , not sure what else he touched on while redoing it but it sure had me smiling.
Yeah I don't know what other tunes I would want, but I'm just wanting some new to change it up a little. I gotta send it in anyway to get the high idle fixed so I thought while it was there I would see if I could a new tune or two or have em tweaked a little. I don't think there is much I can have tweaked tho since I still have the stock trans
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He's got a 4500 RPM tune out now , but it's extra $ , probably need the aftermarket cluster to go with it as well. Jk / saw this on another thread yesterday where the guy was unhappy with his 4500 rpm shift points -

I'd just email them or call Larz , probably best way to accurately get the other tunes available. If you have a stock , tow , daily and hot , I don't know what else you really need. I just had my redone for the tranny and and I know he turned shift defuel off , not sure what else he touched on while redoing it but it sure had me smiling.
I don't know if I would be happy with that tune either. I would at least want a little motor work done before I would do that.
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Old 04-03-2014, 07:58 AM
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I don't know if I would be happy with that tune either. I would at least want a little motor work done before I would do that.
He doesn't make a 4500 RPM tune , it was a joke from another thread. Hence the J/k after it and recommending a different cluster that goes up to 4500 rpm
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Old 04-03-2014, 07:59 AM
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Damnit....I never was any good at picking up those jokes
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Damnit....I never was any good at picking up those jokes
I hear ya , i doubt very many on here will ever see 4500 rpm's reliably in their truck , i belive that entails a WHOLE different mod list
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Just waiting on a call back from Larz. I'll let you know what he says


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I don't think Larz is in on Fridays , or I thought it said the office was M-Thur now, might wanna try email. Matt is good about responding although it might be later in the night
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Well **** lol. I called cuz I sent em an email last week sometime and never got a response back


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