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OK I asked in another post but got no serious answers.

From what Im reading here I have come to these conclusions.

I need to monitor egt's.
I want to change tire size (h2 takeoffs on the way)
I need to monitor clutch slippage.
I should go to a 4" gas pipe.
I am already running an Uni intake filter.
I want to run a programmer that cant be detected.
I want to run a programmer that is easily removed (for service concerns).

What am I missing? Which one is best for my above wishes/needs? Is the edge with attitude my choice here? I want a safe reliable ( I drive 30 miles off road by myself in winter to go camping)programmer that I dont have to worry about. Im not looking for the biggest/baddest ever made. Reliabilty is my concern here.
 

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problemchild,





I don't think that there is one single unit that will do everything you want perfectly......that being said the juice/attitude combo brings you the closest with one unit.





The points that you will have some trouble with are


tire size: attitude will display a corrected number on the display but not on the dash speedometer.


Easily removed: The juice by itself isn't bad but by the time you wire in the attitude monitor it won't be a picknic to remove.





The attitude is reliable and provides the most information about your drivetrain and the most control over various functions, (defuel, low boost fueling). There have been a few "bad boxes" from edge but customer service @ Edge is excellent and once a good unit is obtained they are very reliable.





Right now the smart money is spent on a juice/attitude combo.
 

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If you don't plan on doing a tranny upgrade, go for the Quad 110. It runs cool and won't kill the tranny. All programmers can be detected one way or another.
 
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