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AFM disabler for 2021 Silverado trail boss 6.2L 10 speed


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On 4/1/2021 at 6:35 PM, Tahoe02 said:

Range just announced they have it for the 6.2.


Oh nevermind. Looks like fake news. I just checked their website and it says no dice. See screenshot below from a few minutes ago. 

 

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9 hours ago, EricTheRed said:

Does anyone make a DFM disabler for 6.2L 10-Speeds yet? 

The Pulsar LT will disable DFM as well as a host of other options.

One for sale in classified section shortly.

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5 hours ago, Robby James said:

The Pulsar LT will disable DFM as well as a host of other options.

One for sale in classified section shortly.


I’m not looking for anything as expensive or delicate as the Pulsar LT. That thing likely won’t hold up to being removed regularly for dealer visits. The benefits of the Range device is that it’s simple, way less pricey, and it’s easy to pop in and out (no wiring harness). To each their own.

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On 5/21/2021 at 3:29 PM, EricTheRed said:


I’m not looking for anything as expensive or delicate as the Pulsar LT. That thing likely won’t hold up to being removed regularly for dealer visits. The benefits of the Range device is that it’s simple, way less pricey, and it’s easy to pop in and out (no wiring harness). To each their own.


Same boat here.  The price point of the Range is what’s always been appealing to me, and I don’t think I’d fully utilize the Pulsar as it’s intended. 

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On 5/30/2021 at 8:32 AM, onebadss said:


Same boat here.  The price point of the Range is what’s always been appealing to me, and I don’t think I’d fully utilize the Pulsar as it’s intended. 


Ya plus there are many people reporting glitches and stuff with the Pulsar LT. I would consider paying the high price if it was a reliable device, but they can’t even make it reliable.

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5 hours ago, EricTheRed said:


Ya plus there are many people reporting glitches and stuff with the Pulsar LT. I would consider paying the high price if it was a reliable device, but they can’t even make it reliable.

Still no issues for mine, I have removed it twice for oil changes and it seems fine, not flimsy or "delicate" any more so than anything else on the truck.

Hopefully no issues ever do arise.

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