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I was on the Uprev web site reading up on this product and just seeing the advantages on it. Its pretty much the only progammer avaiblable for our trucks.

First things first, how do you like it?
Is it worth the $700?
What are the gains you have seen on the track with a custome tune?
When you data log, do you send out the data to Uprev to get a custom map?
When you turn the truck off, does it switch back to the stock map?
 

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BRACEYOSELF777 said:
I was on the Uprev web site reading up on this product and just seeing the advantages on it. Its pretty much the only progammer avaiblable for our trucks.

First things first, how do you like it?
Is it worth the $700?
What are the gains you have seen on the track with a custome tune?
When you data log, do you send out the data to Uprev to get a custom map?
When you turn the truck off, does it switch back to the stock map?
Love it! I did mail in tune, and upgraded to Osiris haven't made any changes so far.

Yes, consider I bought the Cipher for 400 and paid 500 for my tune, so I paid 900 and overnight shipping of my ECU to Texas. 700 is a bargain for some of the best/safest/ gains anywhere. It is the only one that helps ensure the safety of your engine!

I'd do it all again, see my sig. Look at my sig, and think about the results I got from the Mods I've done. No headers. Very good results! Just read of a Tuned and S/C 4.6L F150 in Truckin Magazine, that doesn't match my results, and they were comparing it to a Lightning!

Yes, dyno info helpful too.
No, MAP stays until you switch it, no nuisance to using this system on daily basis. "idhitit2:
 

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Love it! I did mail in tune, and upgraded to Osiris haven't made any changes so far.

Yes, consider I bought the Cipher for 400 and paid 500 for my tune, so I paid 900 and overnight shipping of my ECU to Texas. 700 is a bargain for some of the best/safest/ gains anywhere. It is the only one that helps ensure the safety of your engine!

I'd do it all again, see my sig. Look at my sig, and think about the results I got from the Mods I've done. No headers. Very good results! Just read of a Tuned and S/C 4.6L F150 in Truckin Magazine, that doesn't match my results, and they were comparing it to a Lightning!

Yes, dyno info helpful too.
No, MAP stays until you switch it, no nuisance to using this system on daily basis. "idhitit2:
Didn't think it would be worth doing the mail in tune but your results look promising.I have the 22" magnaflow which muffler do you have?
 

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It's worth it IMO, like mentioned it come with Cipher data logging software ($400 by itself).
I was reading a thread where someone had to sell their VK Pro due to the fact that where he work there was no 91 octane, he didn't feel like taking the thing off all the time. With Up Rev MAP switching it take 2 seconds to switch back to stock MAP if you can't find higher octane gas.
 

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I just put in my e-tune based on logs I had sent them. The basic tune based off of my mods helped alot and I shaved .5 off my 0-60 time with that. Haven't had much time to test as it has been raining here all week. I would get it again and very glad I did get it. Plus you can re-coup some of the cost by doing 2* timing advances for other people.
 

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Brace come on up for the October 14th Truck only drags in Sacramento man!!!

How does it work...well I just got my Titan to run 14.24 in the 1/4 mile.

Osiris is the bomb man!!! You get a generic tune....and run some logs with Cipher....send these logs to UpRev and they bring everything a little closer to the parameters they wish to run at.

I've made several changes to mine so far and it has all been for the greater good of my times.
 

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Didn't think it would be worth doing the mail in tune but your results look promising.I have the 22" magnaflow which muffler do you have?
I have a 3" SISO x 24" (30" OA). My muffler guy thought i had a 3" system, didn't see the transition, so bought a bigger muffler than normal. Works good for me. Love the sound and performance.:rockon
 

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Brace come on up for the October 14th Truck only drags in Sacramento man!!!

How does it work...well I just got my Titan to run 14.24 in the 1/4 mile.

Osiris is the bomb man!!! You get a generic tune....and run some logs with Cipher....send these logs to UpRev and they bring everything a little closer to the parameters they wish to run at.

I've made several changes to mine so far and it has all been for the greater good of my times.
I would make it if it were a Saturday but a Sunday...I would have work the next morning....I wish I could make it.
 
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