I have a Smarty "stacked" with a TST PowerMax 3 on an '01 3500 quad cab 4x4
HO / six speed. Smarty for low end power and TST for top end. Smarty can
smoke like a freight train, TST barely smokes at all if Smarty isn't
programmed. Likes, power, TST can be adjusted on the fly, I have the remote
version, Smarty requires the truck to be off to program, dislikes, clutch
Huh? TST was "THE" low-end fueler of choice, well before Marco got around
to producing the Smarty.
IMO - with the newest variant of the TST PMCR, offering three different base
fueling curves, low and high-RPM adjustments to those fuel curves,
adjustable timing, duration, and fuel pressure - along with EGT and boost
de-fueling (not to mention a cool-down timer and rail pressure gauge, along
with EGT and boost gauges), I don't see why the majority of people would
need to look any further.
Well, that's another idiot point in my column... :)
Sorry about that... I got confused with another thread, and thought the OP
was asking about an '03. I now see that the OP didn't specify what year he
was asking about (pretty important info. when asking about power-adders).
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