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TheDieselStop.Com Welcomes Two New Advertisers

TheDieselStop.Com would like to welcome two new advertisers to the site.

Quadzilla Performance from Texas offers chips, exhausts, gauges and other upgrades for Ford Power Strokes (including the new 6.0!), Chevy Duramax, and Dodge Cummins.

RunningWithTheDevil.Com is the #1 DiabloSport Predator dealer in the world. The Predator is Diablo's new programmer for Power Strokes (and other vehicles). You can choose power limits, speed limiters, and perform diagnostics.

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RunningWithTheDevil.Com is the #1 DiabloSport Predator dealer in the world. The Predator is Diablo's new programmer for Power Strokes (and other vehicles). You can choose power limits, speed limiters, and perform diagnostics.

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I wonder what the features/options/power levels of this new competitor if it's a OBD type programmer like the PIII, SCMT are ... so Devil spill the beans and tell us more [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/biggrin.gif[/img]

Also, Welcome and thanks for supporting us [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/grin.gif[/img]

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NICE!

Quad and yes that is his name, will be at the DFW Dyno Day on March 15th with a few 6.0's he said [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/wink.gif[/img]

Can't wait to see what he has done with them.

and the Diablo thing looks pretty cool [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/wink.gif[/img]

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Sweet! another local sponsor [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/cool.gif[/img] [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/cool.gif[/img] [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/cool.gif[/img]

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The Predator has 40, 60, and 80 horsepower settings, adjustable fuel curves, speed limiter removal, diagnostics, etc. It really looks like a good product. They've had them out for GMs for a while now. It also only takes 15 seconds to adjust.

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Hey Larry, and I appreciate even this opportunity to sponser you all. This is a terrific site! I never realize how huge it really was. I'm VERY impressed.

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I wonder what the features/options/power levels of this new competitor if it's a OBD type programmer like the PIII, SCMT are ... so Devil spill the beans and tell us more

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Here's some information on the Predator for the Powerstrokes (you can find more information on other vehicles on my site www.RunninWithTheDevil.com ):

On initial release, the Predator for the Duramax will include these features:

- Tunes
1: 0 rwhp Non-Performance Tune
2: 40 rwhp Tow
3: 60 rwhp Economy Performance
4: 85 rwhp Performance

These #'s were achieved on DiabloSport's SuperFlow load cell dynamometer, which normally produces about 10% lower #'s than a Dynojet would on the same vehicle. Each file will take approx. 15 seconds to upload to the vehicle, and may take slightly longer, depending on the vehicle.

You may be asking what a 0 rwhp tune will be for. This non-performance tune gives you the factory calibration, but allows extended revs and the speed limiter to be increased. [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/smile.gif[/img]

- ON/OFF option to increase speed limiter and revs on all tunes. Revs and Speed increase will not be a standard item when you program to a tune, but instead gives the end-user the option of turning it ON/OFF for that tune.

- Powerstroke specific diagnostics that includes scan/reset capabilities for fault codes, and live data feed from various vehicle sensors displayed in real time (I will release a list of all of them soon). The real time data is very quick and updates instantaneously.

- Transmission firmness adjustment in percentage increments.

- Tire Size &amp; Speedo Adjustments: The Powerstroke Predator will be able to adjust for tire sizes and gear changes. On initial release the Predator will not incorporate tire size and gear change correction, but the main thing to remember here is that it is coming.

Any bios revision update that becomes a standard feature for retail will be free to all customers to upgrade their units to.

Unfortunately I do not have the list for the monitored real time data for the Powerstrokes, yet, but here is a complete list of all the monitored real time data included in the Predator for the "other company's diesel" (I know some words are taboo around here [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/wink.gif[/img]):

Engine Data 1

a. Engine Speed - x rpm
b. Desired Idle Speed x rpm
c. ETC - XF
d. Start Up ECT - XF
e. IAT - XF
f. Baro X kPa
g. Boost Pressure Sensor 0 kPa
h. Fuel Temp XF
i. Calculated Fuel Rate X mm
j. Intake Air Heater X V
k. Glow Plug Feedback Signal X V
l. MAF X lb/m
m. Accelerator Pedal Pos.1 X V
n. Accelerator Pedal Pos.2 - X V
o. Accelerator Pedal Pos.3 X V
p. TDC Offset - X
q. MAP X Psi
r. Main Injection Timing - X
s. Vehicle Speed X Mph
t. Crank Reference Missed X
u. Engine Load X %
v. Engine Oil Life X
w. FRP Regulator Command X %
x. Inj Pump CAM Reference Missed X
y. IPC Fuel Disable Inactive
z. Auto Learn Timer Inactive
aa. PCM/VCM in VTD Fail Enable No
bb. VTD Fuel Disable Until Ign Off No
cc. Desired Fuel Rail Pressure X Mpa
dd. Actual Fuel Rail Pressure X Mpa
ee. Ignition Voltage X V
ff. Battery Voltage X V
gg. Engine Run Time X
hh. Glow Plug System Off
ii. A/C Relay Off
jj. Wait to Start Off
kk. FRP Regulator Relay On
ll. Intake Air Heater Feedback Relay On
mm. Intake Air Heater Relay Command Off
nn. Mil Command On
oo. Cruise On/Off Switch Off
pp. Cruise Set/Coast Switch Off
qq. Cruise Resume Switch Off
rr. Cruise Brake Pedal Switch Applied
ss. Cruise Control Active No
tt. Water in Fuel Disabled
uu. Alternator L Terminal Disabled
vv. Engine Oil Level Ok
ww. Stop lamp Pedal Switch Disabled
xx. Low Coolant Level Enabled
yy. DTC Set this ignition No
zz. PCM Reset No
aaa. PNP Switch - In Gear
bbb. 4WD Low Signal (If Equipped) - Disabled
ccc. 4WD Signal (If Equipped) Disabled
ddd. Check Trans. Lamp Off
eee. Clutch Pedal Switch Applied
fff. Reverse Enable No
ggg. Front Axel Switch - Unlocked
hhh. A/C Request Signal No
iii. A/C Sec. High Press. Switch Closed
jjj. A/C Clutch Feedback Relay Off

Engine Data 2

a. Engine Speed X RPM
b. TP Angle X%
c. Calculated Fuel Rate - X mm
d. Engine Run Time X
e. Base PWM Cyl. #1 X mS
f. Base PWM Cyl. #2 X mS
g. Base PWM Cyl. #3 X mS
h. Base PWM Cyl. #4 X mS
i. Base PWM Cyl. #5 X mS
j. Base PWM Cyl. #6 X mS
k. Base PWM Cyl. #7 X mS
l. Base PWM Cyl. #8 X mS
m. Balancing Rate Cyl.1 X mm
n. Balancing Rate Cyl.2 X mm
o. Balancing Rate Cyl.3 X mm
p. Balancing Rate Cyl.4 X mm
q. Balancing Rate Cyl.5 X mm
r. Balancing Rate Cyl.6 X mm
s. Balancing Rate Cyl 8 X mm
t. Fuel Temperature XF
u. FRP Regulator Command - X%
v. Desired Fuel Rail Pressure X Mpa
w. Actual Fuel Rail Pressure X Mpa
x. Main Injection Timing - X

Fuel Trim Data

a. Engine Speed - XRPM
b. MAP X PSI
c. ECT - F
d. MAF X Lb/m
e. Fuel Temperature - F
f. Calculated Fuel Rate X mm
g. Vehicle Speed X MPH
h. TP Angle X %
i. PNP Switch In Gear
j. 4WD Low Signal (If Equipped) - Disabled
k. 4WD Signal (If Equipped) Disabled
l. Check Trans. Lamp Off
m. Clutch Pedal Switch Applied
n. Reverse Enable No
o. Front Axle Switch Unlocked
p. Desired Fuel Rail Pressure X Mpa
q. Actual Fuel Rail Pressure X Mpa
r. Main Injection Timing - X
s. Pilot Injection Fuel Rate X mm
t. Main Injection Fuel Rate X mm
u. FRP Regulator Fuel Flow Command X mm
v. Pilot injection Timing - X
w. Desired FRP Regulator X mA
x. FRP regulator Command X mA
y. Pilot Injection Command X S
z. Main Injection Command X S
aa. FRP Regulator Command x%
bb. Fuel Level X %
cc. BARO X kPa
dd. Engine Run Time - X

I also have a manual for the same "other company's diesel" if you click "here" (right click, save as). I'll have a Powerstroke manual before too long.

Also, the 6.0 Powerstroke Predator will be available very soon as well.

I hope this helps! If you have any more questions, please feel free to ask away here on the Aftermarkets section, or you may email me, or even call me as well!

Sincerely...

James - Runnin' With The Devil
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