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Old 10-05-2008, 04:35 PM
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Raul, I need an SCT

Raul, I think its about time for an SCT. Seems like everyone with a brain cell has one. I also need a brain cell, but that's for another time I mostly do moderate towing. Not really looking for super high ponies. I really want to protect my tranny. And a little extra milage would be cool. Can you give me some idea's?

My truck has a silverline full 4" turbo back with a lost kitty. Also installed airaid with zoodad. I do have full gauges.

My only concern is I don't have head studs Can I still install an SCT?

Thanks Raul.
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Raul, I think its about time for an SCT. Seems like everyone with a brain cell has one. I also need a brain cell, but that's for another time I mostly do moderate towing. Not really looking for super high ponies. I really want to protect my tranny. And a little extra milage would be cool. Can you give me some idea's?

My truck has a silverline full 4" turbo back with a lost kitty. Also installed airaid with zoodad. I do have full gauges.

My only concern is I don't have head studs Can I still install an SCT?

Thanks Raul.
yes you can safely run it on the standard tunes with no headstuds.. .the extreme tunes will get you to the point that you will need them...

here is what you need: Stealth Automotive. SCT X3 Custom Innovative Diesel Tunning

please let me know if you have any further questions.... our all set on your other mods to support the standard tunes... if you really want the extreme setting you can go for it but i would highly suggest you keep an eye on your egts while driving in it and start saving up to do studs later

-Raul
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I spoke with a representative at IDP and he stated that with the Xtreme street at WOT 1/4 mile he hits about 1450 at the end..........not too hot at all if you ask me
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