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Old 12-19-2010, 02:31 PM
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h&s tuner...

I am looking to purchase either the H&S XRT or the mini maxx w/the dpf delete system, and I cant decide on which one to get though. what type of mpg are y'all getting out of either of this tuners, and are there any draw backs on either of them?
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Old 12-19-2010, 06:09 PM
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i have mini maxx and looooove it. tonz of power. its smaller than i expected but i ended up liking that. the best MPG i get is hand calculated @ 15-15.7 . not too good but i wouldnt change it if you gave me another brand for free. btw, my truck shifts HARD when its cold and it kinda scared me at first, but after i learned how to drive it right its not bad at all. i hear other guys on here talk about hard shifting too so know its not just the H&S. PM me for any other info

good luck
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Old 12-20-2010, 12:20 AM
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to rid of ANY 'hard' shifting, get traction bars. That's what I did...I was running the race shifting before and now any harsh shifting is gone. I love the mini maxx, only change I'll be making is to try KEM custom tunes.
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