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"stacking" tuners???

I have a 6.0 and I currently have a sct tuner but I don't like how you have to change the tunes on it, so I was wanting to purchase a edge juice with attitudes cts for the "shift on the fly" option. But the edge won't take off the erg delete codes...so my question is, could I stack the two tuners where I could delete the codes with the sct but yet use the edge for the shift on the fly???
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Re: "stacking" tuners???

with shift on the fly you cant tune the trans also or run custom tunes. i would just sticl with the SCT personally. i run eric's extreme x as a DD and it does everything i want

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Yea shift on the fly is basically asking for your trans to take a dump on you....you go switching tunes every other stop light and your trans is like what the f00k is going on here lol, if you want it to last stay away from the shift on the fly

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Hate to say it but they are right, i learned thw hard way with my bully dog

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I have a 6.0 and I currently have a sct tuner but I don't like how you have to change the tunes on it, so I was wanting to purchase a edge juice with attitudes cts for the "shift on the fly" option. But the edge won't take off the erg delete codes...so my question is, could I stack the two tuners where I could delete the codes with the sct but yet use the edge for the shift on the fly???
yes if you have manual trans. No if you have auto trans.

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Re: "stacking" tuners???

Calling all newb 6.0 owners DO NOT use any other tuner other than SCT and DO NOT use shift on the fly....unless you just got money to blow like that and in that case have at it lol

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Calling all newb 6.0 owners DO NOT use any other tuner other than SCT and DO NOT use shift on the fly....unless you just got money to blow like that and in that case have at it lol
That's funny right there....I guess I'll throw this Diablo sport in the trash eh?

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