Edge Products Pulsar Module at Got Exhaust

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  1. ncgrl1

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    Not to be a "Negative Nelly" but mine has a surge that is annoying. I have contacted Edge a couple times and they are aware of the problem. I last spoke with them yesterday and am awaiting a call from their engineer. I will keep you posted...
     
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    Use promo code EDGE at checkout for the best deal out there!
     
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    What would be the advantage of a pedal commander plus a tuner when you can buy a tuner that does what both do for only $375.00. Diablo Sport Intune I3 Platinum which does the throttle adjustment , custom tunes , tune many vehicles at the same time , plus all the things most other tuners do , Edge ,super Chips and Diablo Sport are all owned by the same co from what I have read.
     
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    Pedal commander offers much more adjust ability than any tuner can. also every tuner except the edge pulsar needs to be stopped and flashed to change settings, where the pedal commander can change settings on the fly. the PC has more settings and can adjust much more than the Diablo can. we have many customers running both
     
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    Have you tried the the throttle settings on the I3. Comes with 15% standard in each caned tune with a separate slide adjustment to go much higher I dont remember the percentage but I would think to be any quicker it would have to read your mind and be hell on ice. I can see where adjusting on the fly with the diesels could be of value as they get big increases in power but us gas engines don't get nothing compared to them . Seems like a lot more money for very little gain to me .Maybe the money boosts the placebo effect like loud exhaust on a stock engine. Glad they are selling for ya anyway .
     
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    Honestly if you havent actually used the pedal commander you probably wont understand the difference it actually makes. I am very familiar with the I3 settings as well as many other tuners. as far as throttle response there is no comparison and its not about power its about the throttle response with the PC. It nice to change it quickly depending on driving condition or if the wife needs to use the truck lol
     
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    I guess , if you say so. I just can't see that much money only to reduce the throttle delay slightly more than a tuner can and do nothing else in relation to what a tuner can do for not much more .
     
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    Its not just me saying it. We have many members here saying it.
     
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    I will take a pc controlled stock motor over a non pc controlled any day of the week . Its not just " reduce the throttle delay slightly", it is one hell of alot depending on setting used.
    To each their own but I'm sure enjoying mine and was money well spent while keepimg warranty intact IMO
     
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    So is it the pulsar or the commander for the win?
     

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