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edge cs for my 2010 4.6 or not??

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Old 04-10-2012, 12:51 PM
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edge cs for my 2010 4.6 or not??

i have a 2010 f150 2v 4.6 with a injen cai and magnaflow duals.
just seing if anyone has any experience with this tuner for this motor.
does it do a whole lot for performance or change my exhaust tone?
how great are the perameters and guages?
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Old 04-10-2012, 01:00 PM
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i have a 2010 f150 2v 4.6 with a injen cai and magnaflow duals.
Did you mean what I think you meant with 'injen'?
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Old 04-10-2012, 01:02 PM
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Id wager most folks on here will agree custom tunes. Vmp tuning, mike at 5star and the guys at php are usually the top three ive seen pop up.

The search engine is your friend.

Btw youll spend very little extra on say an sct xcal 3 with custom tunes than on an edge or any of the canned tuners.

(Diablo supports custom to an extent but im not 100% on specifics)

Also im in no way an expert ive just read alot of these threads for a while now and picked up good info.

Good luck!

Posted from iphone so sorry for missing punctuation.
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yes, thats my cai.. why?
and i had an x3 by five star and it was ok... but for a basically stock truck im thinking a canned tune will do just as good, plus i get the screen to see whats going on.
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Old 04-10-2012, 01:41 PM
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The Edge tunes are written for a stock intake. I would not go that route.
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Old 04-10-2012, 01:42 PM
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yes, thats my cai.. why?
and i had an x3 by five star and it was ok... but for a basically stock truck im thinking a canned tune will do just as good, plus i get the screen to see whats going on.
And... you get the privilege of NEVER knowing if yer A/f's are actually safe.

Aftermarket WASHOOBI + slot-style MAF = risky proposition.

==> Question about getting a programmer..

Just get it converted to a Gryphon with custom calibrations from Bill at PHP and yer Golden.

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Old 04-10-2012, 01:47 PM
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To my understanding even on a stock truck the difference between a canned and a custom are noticable.

Canned tune = very broad selection

Custom tuned = specific to your vehicle and your needs

Just my 2 cents
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