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Old 12-31-2011, 02:32 PM
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Upgrading from H&S XRT to Mini Maxx

I am currently running an XRT and just bought a Mini Max. My very reliable and like new XRT is currently on ebay right now if anyone is interested. Starting price $200 buy it now $400. Anyway, I just have to convert to stock tune and then will I be able to go right to the Mini Max? I know I probably can't start the truck since the sensors will be off, but I was just wondering if that's all there is to do or will the stock tune look for the sensors. I feel like it's a dumb question but I just want to make sure all my bases are covered so whoever I sell to has no problem and I have no problem with new tuner. And of course to avoid the work of putting the stock exhaust back on just to remove it again.
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Old 12-31-2011, 03:33 PM
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My very reliable and like new XRT

xrt or xrt pro?
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ok...you need to take it back to stock with the XRT so that it is cleared from your truck and can be used on another vehicle...dont start your truck...put the mini on and load the program, after the program is loaded go into diagnostics and clear any code if there are any, and you are good to go


if in doubt... contact H&S....................but the above should do the trick... i have brought mine back to stock when it was deleted and it wont start because it will throw codes first thing, in its deleted state...

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ok...you need to take it back to stock with the XRT so that it is cleared from your truck and can be used on another vehicle...dont start your truck...put the mini on and load the program, after the program is loaded go into diagnostics and clear any code if there are any, and you are good to go


if in doubt... contact H&S....................but the above should do the trick... i have brought mine back to stock when it was deleted and it wont start because it will throw codes first thing, in its deleted state...
ok thanks. that's about what I thought.
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Old 12-31-2011, 09:40 PM
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xrt or xrt pro?
XRT not pro. still pretty good. afraid to let it go because it works so well. just want the gauges without the hassle.
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Old 12-31-2011, 09:45 PM
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Injekter1,
what tune are you running and what trans tune is working the best for you? what is the benefit if locking the TC in 4th? I would prob just leave it in 12345 lock.
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Old 12-31-2011, 10:03 PM
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leave it 12345lock

4th lock sucks IMO

if anybody wants a 6.4 XRT cheap, hit me up, I've got a bunch of them
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Injekter1,
what tune are you running and what trans tune is working the best for you? what is the benefit if locking the TC in 4th? I would prob just leave it in 12345 lock.
I RUN THE s1m... locks in forth and 5th......i like it fine,,,, but then i get on it from time to time
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Old 01-01-2012, 09:42 AM
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I thought H&S locked the converter at WOT in 3rd, 4th, 5th
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I thought H&S locked the converter at WOT in 3rd, 4th, 5th
I believe it does, but that why S1M is so nice is because it keeps the TC locked in 4th even if your not going WOT.
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