Diesel Tech said:Let's get the facts straight here, no I'm not happy with the way Dave's truck ran. Yes, I feel there's a problem that we need to get to the bottom of, but let's compare the facts!
FACT TTS XTREME PROGRAM 456.29 run .001
FACT TTS XTREME PROGRAM 447.61 run .003
FACT QUAD 215 + EDGE 145 439.87 run .014
These three runs were in the same gear, on the same truck, the same day and the same dyno. So anyway you look at it the TTS Xtreme by itself still beat the Quad 215 and Edge 145 stack! No excuses Cpmac just the facts!
TurboVinnie said:Quad are you saying that everyone that has a 215 is YOUR BOY. Didn't BMDmax have the same stack that sdaver ran, why was his so much higher?
We give certain people special treatment.
All kidding to the sede, Sdaver was not running our tuner at this event. HE is trying something new. I am just giving people a hard time. If it was me on here in this same situation I would be crusified, but thats just the way it goes. I have no boys, it is terminology that seems to be used around here at dyno events. Besides anyone that would be my boy plays more around the 600+ mark, and now the 700+ mark! I think it is funny how groups are formed and it is like high school sometimes.
To answer your questions about it being a good box it is not a box it is another PCM. This is fine and I am sure that it works great, but there are a couple of downsides. LEts use mine as an example. I have 4 tunes you can use, it takes about 2 minutes to change them. You can change tires size to correct your speedo calibration, it removes the top speed limiter or it can not, it has an obd2 scanner and eraser for codes, it can be turned to stock in a matter of seconds, you can have one tomorrow. In contrast the PCM can take the top speed limiter off, and he can change a tires size, but it is permanent. You can not turn it back to stock or change tire size. It has no diagnostics. So yes it works, but in my opinion it is not as efficient. (flame suit on)
All I did was post dyno#'s that I heard, and that were asked for. I didn't even lie, which is a bonus! Steve has a problem with me and I think it is great that he is out to beat me instead of any other tuner. I take that as a compliment.
Oh and just off the top of my head Dave:
Some Sdaver numbers.
Base line runs...........Quad 215/Comp OJ stack.
Back to Back.........
476.36 and 476.68
Back to Back.........with Propane.
503.68 - 503.30 and a 505.15
This was from Conn.
I am on my way back to my treestand. You should be nice so you can get the good tune for yourself!