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Old 10-12-2013, 06:07 AM
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A big THANKS to H&S

So one of the biggest things besides the smog bs on the truck is the throttle it has absolutely no character and feels like I'm driving my wife's G37 you literally just rest your foot on the throttle and the truck jumps like your popping a clutch , I downloaded some H&S software last night and boom problem solved you actually have a small dead spot in the pedal and if you want to go you have to press the pedal , imagine that haha so keep it up fellas at H&S your doing stuff at least half rite !!
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Old 10-12-2013, 06:54 AM
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If your so happy with the h&s then why are they only doing things half right?
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Old 10-12-2013, 07:18 AM
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Because they aren't selling out of the box delete capable tuners anymore and even though that's not their fault they used to be a lot cooler when you called for tech support they would even give advice because they are drivers too but now mention delete and the rush you off the phone
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Because they aren't selling out of the box delete capable tuners anymore and even though that's not their fault they used to be a lot cooler when you called for tech support they would even give advice because they are drivers too but now mention delete and the rush you off the phone



Uh do you know anything about the business world?
They paid a Fine, They Do NOT want to do it again... It is not fun to give away all of your years worth of profit because someone wants to know about something illegal!

They are Only doing it because they HAVE TO in order to stay alive in the business world. Not because they wanted to. Trust Me!
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Old 10-12-2013, 07:33 AM
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Because they aren't selling out of the box delete capable tuners anymore and even though that's not their fault they used to be a lot cooler when you called for tech support they would even give advice because they are drivers too but now mention delete and the rush you off the phone
hmm, I guess that makes sense. I suppose if you wanted to buy a kilo of cocaine you would expect your dealer to just discuss it with you when you call them too huh?

I actually did talk to h&s literally last night and I had some delete questions for them. He simply told me that they do not do deletes nor do they know about them bc they are not on their current tuners but he was happy to answer any questions I had about anything else that was legal. haha
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Old 10-12-2013, 07:50 AM
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God I'm so happy I paid to join this forum I got business 101 lessons how did I get so far and become an owner of a Cat dealer and service center . I guess I'll just keep my thoughts to myself from now on , over and out .
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God I'm so happy I paid to join this forum I got business 101 lessons how did I get so far and become an owner of a Cat dealer and service center . I guess I'll just keep my thoughts to myself from now on , over and out .
Missmycummings might try the cummings forum?! Dunno

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God I'm so happy I paid to join this forum I got business 101 lessons how did I get so far and become an owner of a Cat dealer and service center . I guess I'll just keep my thoughts to myself from now on , over and out .
What kind of tuners does your Cat dealer sell?
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**** I was 4 years and 2,000 post into the Cummins forum , yesterday I got spelling lessons today I got business lessons you guys sure now how to welcome newbies I've seen you guys blast newbies on several posts . Go Cummins PSD sucks cumminsforum.com for life . God 35 bucks for 20 post what a waste
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God 35 bucks for 20 post what a waste
Would you like some investment advice as well?
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