2012 Ram 3500 Laramie, 3" BDS Coil over, DuraFlap, 68RFE, 4.10, 35s, Front receiver, Krown protected
Are all tunes created equal... nope... but price ranges are huge.
I've seen preloaded tuners at $600 and then custom tuned ones here at $2000.
I guess it depends on how good a tune someone thinks they have.
Personally, it is too big a jump to go for the 2k tune when a $600 will do just fine.
I may not have tech support and the forum guru's may not like it but money is money to me.
Do not get off eBay I made that mistake and seller was Diesel Performance of Texas.
A complete waste of my time and money.
I had to end up contacting Ray with DRD to save my butt.
Hit him up and he will get you set you up right.
2006 ~ 2500HD, Big Horn Edition, 5.9, 4x4, Q/Cab, 48RE, L/B, 3.73, S&B CAI & Snout, ProFlo 5" S/S exhaust, Smarty Touch, Oil ByPass Kit, 60 gal main tank, 110 gallon in-bed tank, XX-Fuel Filter System, Coolant Bypass Kit, Mag-Hytec front & rear end covers and trans pan, 285 x 70 x 17
"Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction. We didn't pass it to our children in the bloodstream. It must be fought for, protected, and handed on for them to do the same, or one day we will spend our sunset years telling our children and our children’s children what it was once like in the United States, where men 'were' free." ~ Ronald Regan
I git that, but I read some horror stories about folks gittin bad tunes on big trucks... drivers with ISX’s and X-15’s and what have ya... I don’t know diddly squat bout this stuff so for me it was worth it just to deal with somebody halfway reputable.
You'll never go wrong with Ray at DRD.
Been running his tunes via MM3 for well over a year. I'd do it again.