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Hey TITANtalk,
Just bought a 2014 SV 2wd. A couple of upgrades I would like to do but need advice on:
1. Which programmer to use?
Truck has a K&N CAI and dual exhaust from the engine all the way back. (Not sure what brand as the exhaust was installed when I bought the truck and I can't see any logo on the mufflers but it sounds GREAT!)

2. Stereo upgrade. It has the RockfordFosgate system in it but I want to be able to play tunes from my phone via bluetooth, not plug in an AV cable, and I would like to integrate the factory backup camera into the new unit. Don't need a CD player or Satellite radio tuner.

Thanks in advance for the advise/suggestions.
 

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one word: UPrev for tuning.

2nd: ditch the dual exhaust, your losing bottom end torque, and top end power. The Titan`s only exhaust system is a Y merge pipe.

stock manifolds > Cajun B pipes, Cayun Y merge, Cayun mandrel bent pipes, Borla, Magnaflow, or JBA muff...

headers> Cajun B pipes > ditto...
 

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Hey TITANtalk,

Just bought a 2014 SV 2wd. A couple of upgrades I would like to do but need advice on:

1. Which programmer to use?

Truck has a K&N CAI and dual exhaust from the engine all the way back. (Not sure what brand as the exhaust was installed when I bought the truck and I can't see any logo on the mufflers but it sounds GREAT!)



2. Stereo upgrade. It has the RockfordFosgate system in it but I want to be able to play tunes from my phone via bluetooth, not plug in an AV cable, and I would like to integrate the factory backup camera into the new unit. Don't need a CD player or Satellite radio tuner.



Thanks in advance for the advise/suggestions.

I second what Pale said for sure.
Also your 2014 should stream through Bluetooth already.
 

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It will connect the phone but not the audio player bluetoothely. To play tunes I have to plug directly into the AV jack in the head unit. Maybe I'm doing something wrong?

Never heard of the UPrev. But I am new to this stuff. I'll look into it.

Interesting on the pipes. I'll research that more as well. Hopefully they sound great because I love the way it sounds now.

What kind of cost am I looking out for this stuff?
 

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Hillboy, I got a Bullydog GT with your name on it for $200 shipped. It has the latest update. I have a 2014 also, so just plug and play.
 

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If you see headers in your future then uprev first an then you are already set for later on.
Bully dog is good if you aren't looking to max the truck out.
 

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Another thing is you must be doing something wrong as my buddies 2013 streams music through Bluetooth
 

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Thanks everyone. I'll get to work on the bluetooth. I do not want to do headers. My question about the BullyDog Nate Glover is about the tune I would use since I have the dual exhaust? The updates your unit has will be correct for my truck?
 

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Thanks everyone. I'll get to work on the bluetooth. I do not want to do headers. My question about the BullyDog Nate Glover is about the tune I would use since I have the dual exhaust? The updates your unit has will be correct for my truck?
The Bullydog is a plug n play one size fits all tuner, you just plug it in and go. Gets you a little more all around umph.

Uprev is custom tuning specific for your truck, best tune you can get.
 

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Thanks everyone. I'll get to work on the bluetooth. I do not want to do headers. My question about the BullyDog Nate Glover is about the tune I would use since I have the dual exhaust? The updates your unit has will be correct for my truck?
Yep. I have it updated with the latest version from Bulldog. The most popular tune seems to be the 87 octane with a 2 degree timing advance. The advance will help bring back some low end you might lost with your duals. Not to mention turning off your "wide open throttle restriction" on a 2wd truck will make it fly off the line!!!
 

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Yep. I have it updated with the latest version from Bulldog. The most popular tune seems to be the 87 octane with a 2 degree timing advance. The advance will help bring back some low end you might lost with your duals. Not to mention turning off your "wide open throttle restriction" on a 2wd truck will make it fly off the line!!!
Will the BD tuner store my factory tune?
 

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Hillboy, I got a Bullydog GT with your name on it for $200 shipped. It has the latest update. I have a 2014 also, so just plug and play.
Still got the tuner? If so I have a couple of questions...
1. Do I have to keep it installed after I install the tune into the truck?
2. Will you take 150 shipped?
 

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Still got the tuner? If so I have a couple of questions...

1. Do I have to keep it installed after I install the tune into the truck?

2. Will you take 150 shipped?

You do not have to mount the tuner in your truck permanently, can just use the suction mount for when an if you want to monitor temps while towing or w/e
 

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Still got the tuner? If so I have a couple of questions...
1. Do I have to keep it installed after I install the tune into the truck?
2. Will you take 150 shipped?
Nate Glover...If your agreeable with question 2 I'll take it.
 
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