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Old 04-20-2012, 10:59 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Best Programmer for 6.0 Powerstroke

In my opinion its the SCT. I had a superchips flashpaq and a sct livewire on my old 6.0 and i liked the sct alot. I read alot that its the best for the 6.0. I got a new 6.0 now because my old one was stolen and im looking for a programmer for it. What do yall think is best for the 6.0?
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2nd Truck: 2006 F-250 6.0 Powerstroke Lariat 4x4 w/t Edge Juice with Attitude, S&D cold air intanke, 3.5" straight pipe, 18" XD Rockstars, 33" Toyo open countys, Smoked LED Recon taillights, 3" leveling kit

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Old 04-23-2012, 11:25 AM   #2 (permalink)
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I have a bully dog and like it a lot! But at times it shifts kind a hard, but I have learned how to drive it! If I could buy another I would go with the SCT!!
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i have the sct tuner as well and i love it it also shifts hard though maybe they all do it
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my vote goes to custom tuning. i have a sct and have no complaints at all. i have a tow tune a few hp tunes
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I have the juice on my 04 king ranch and my buddy has the sct on his 05...normally I can out run himand we have the same mods...Idk if its bc of the truck or the tuner..
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SCT with custom files has reigned at the top. Power Hungry Performance has some FICM tuning out to compliment any tuning.

Along with all my other mods I currently use custom SCT files with the Atlas 40 FICM tuning from PHP. No excuses, no complaints...just results!! It's the best this truck has ever run.
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My girls dad has an 06 6.0L PS in a Lariat crew cab and he uses the Edge tuner and loves it hands down. With his truck we can have the slide in camper and trailer behind it and he doesn't even get out of "overdrive" gear on his manual tranny when driving thru the hills of CO and WY :-) It's nice cause he can switch it on the fly and not loose his "stock" setting for normal driving. Plus no re-flashing it's all done thru the controller.
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The edge module (juice) does not tune the computer. It fools the computer. Tuning it would mean you could remove the device and the tune still be on the truck. I wouldn't use the juice on a automatic truck unless I wanted a tranny damage
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