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post #1 of 4 Old 09-29-2010, 07:54 PM Thread Starter
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Any plans to offer the Evolution as a shift on the fly device for 7.3's?

First off, sorry if I'm behind the times on this. I'm new to the diesel truck world so be gentle!

But like the title says. I'm very keen on having a shift on the fly tuner. In fact, to not be able to shift on the fly is a deal breaker for me. So I've looked at the shift on the fly options but the fact is I dont care for a string of gauges on my A pillar. My personal opinion is I just dont care for the look.

I love the looks of the Edge LCD screens with the custom monitoring points. To me it just looks very clean. The problem is the Evolution does not do a shift on the fly tune that I am aware of.

Are there plans to offer shift on the fly capabilities?
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in for an answer as well... even though I figure it's NO.

I went back and forth with the same issue (not liking the look of gauges) and bought a Evo CS for my 02. The solution would be an Insight cs/cts and a shift on the fly programmer (DP Tuner or whatever). I didn't go this way due to budgetary limitations. I figure I'll only have to change programs every once in a while anyway. (and I plan on having PHP modify them anyway).
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Just go out and get yourself a ts 6 chip and have some custom tunes burnt on it and it will about 10 times better than you could ever imagine compared to the edge. Then go out and get yourself a set of gauges to moniter everything goin on under the hood.

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you can do what im doing buy the insight CTS and get a chip, i wish we had chips that could work like EFI Live and plug in and be able to switch on the fly and have custom tunes with the CS/CTS.

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