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post #1 of 8 Old 12-25-2008, 05:28 PM Thread Starter
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140 Extreeme vs. Aggressive

What is the difference? I am looking into buying a DP tuner but cant decide on a high HP tune.

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I believe the aggressive is the smoke tune (Jody said aggressive fueling on the bottom end). I didn't know there was a 140 extreme. Maybe they're the same thing

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Exactly... i do like the sound of aggressive fueling tho...

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140 Extreme= just that, extreme everything. However without better fuel or a better hpop's systems you will not see the full potenial of these tunes on a stock truck up top. Because of the extremeness of the fueling you will see higher EGT's in this tune on a completely stock truck. Recommended for playing around only or going to the race track for short intervals.

140A= aggressive fueling down low in the rpm range. Expect higher egts and is only recommeded using for short periods of time.



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So since i wont be able to see the full advantages of the 140 what do you suggest as a High HP setting for a stock truck?

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So since i wont be able to see the full advantages of the 140 what do you suggest as a High HP setting for a stock truck?

Really depends on what you are going be using it for.

120hp gives a stock truck ample power.

If all you want to do is to dump unburnt fuel, get the 140a and use it like we have advised.


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just get both tunes like i did!!!
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I had both, and there didnt seem to be much dif between the 120 race and 140 aggressive with stock injectors. They both seem to flatten out on the top either from injector volume, or Hpop limitations.



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