LMS has you in the dark period. No data logging...nada. Just what they tell you. That is what I have been told of their device capabilities from my customers who have both.
I think that should be like malpractice, lol. I mean as a tuner in any form or fashion you should want to know if any of your customers' trucks aren't performing like they should. That would def lead me to believe that they aren't getting everything there is out of these trucks...I mean you would still have to make a canvass tune to catch all.
Shaun I'm going to call you in a few...you still on the east coast?
Traded--->2013 Two-tone Tuxedo Black and Ingot Silver 3.5L Ecoboost sCrew 4x4 w/ off-road package and factory chrome 20" wheels, Solo Performance Mach-X Dual exhaust, Rhino liner, 20% tint and Ford's crappy newest Flash.
I believe it is crucial to have at the bare minimum something like the aeroforce gauge programmed for knock with a threshold to warn you if the truck exceeds kr by x amount. The torque app is perfect but lacking the kr pid. You never know when you get a bad tank of gas or some water ingestion.
2012 Ford F-150, SCW XLT 4X4 Ecoboost, 3.55 Gears
Isn't livernois just a rebadged hypertech programmer. If its not sure could have fooled me. Attachment 246570
you know damn well it's not just a "rebadged" hypertech. it shares the same case, whoopdydoo. AIW built the LMS tuner device from scratch for LMS. LMS can tune certain tables on the ecoboost truck platform that SCT still can't access, thus them not using the sct on the trucks, but on sho's etc.