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post #1 of 23 (permalink) Old 10-23-2009, 05:23 PM Thread Starter
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Picking Tunes

Is anyone running erics "street power tune" if so what do you think? worth it? smoke? fast?

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Street power? Never heard of anyone running that. I have Agresive street, Xtreme street, and Xtreme race...

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I'm on Innovation Diesel's website right now it say street power program. I can't find agresive street

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I have his agg. tow, street and extreme street. I ran the street for a while when I first got the tunes. It's nice. Got alot of power without the smoke and you can still pull up to I think it was like 10k. Then I put the extreme street in and wow! Love it! Thats the tune I leave on all the time unless I'm towing. When I get studs I'm gonna get the extreme race. Can't wait!

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I really suggest paying extra for Xtreme street. Awesome tune. X-race is very good too but I prefer X-street for daily driving...

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2.5" BTS leveling kit, 35" Xtreme A/T's on XD Hoss 18's, N-Fab prerunner bar w/ 3 9" Hellas
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Re: Picking Tunes

I agree^.

The lock up in all gears is fun, but the way I drive, I end up lugging it quite a bit on the X-race.

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post #7 of 23 (permalink) Old 10-24-2009, 04:08 PM
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my vote: extreme street. i run it with stock bolts as my daily. i ran the street for sometime. pretty smooth tune. extreme street is easier on the fuel gauge. well, as long as you keep your foot out of it.
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Re: Picking Tunes

So Extreme Street and Street tunes from Eric are okay to run with stock bolts?

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So Extreme Street and Street tunes from Eric are okay to run with stock bolts?
Eric has tunes for stock bolts. there is no sure thing that it wont blow the gaskets but its worth it to run. just tell them what you want and he will tune it for you.

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Anyone know why extreme street is better for mpg's than the street tune?

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