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Is the URD computer a piggyback type module, and if so what inputs does it modify? And does anyone have a screen shot of the program?
 

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Its a Piggy back.

I also noticed that on URD's website they do not mention what it can adjust. Maybe they should fix that.
 

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it adjusts fuel trims and timing.
 

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Maybe he wanted a stand alone.

URD's split second products are the best thing out there for our trucks.
Provided that "our" trucks are not bult for the sole purpose of racing.
 

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_BEN_ said:
Maybe he wanted a stand alone.

URD's split second products are the best thing out there for our trucks.
Provided that "our" trucks are not bult for the sole purpose of racing.
Maybe. I can't wait to install mine.
 

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I'm not real familiar with OBDII, and I'm in no way an authority on the subject of engine management, but as far as I know don't piggybacks just modify signals? So all you're doing is moving to a different stock "set of directions". Don't get me wrong, I'm still planning on getting the kit when I pickup a charger. But I dunno, I've had bad luck with piggybacks before.
 

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Not toyota, this was back when I wa big into hondas. Nothing ever ran right. But I've never messed with MAF sensor motors, or toyotas for that part.
 

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URD..Period !!
 

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That is true with the piggybacks on honda computers. Mostly because one can have a stand alone for about the cost of a vafc.

Honda's have it made.
Uberdata
Chrome
Neptune
Hondata
Aem
Greddy
ZDyne
Turboedit
+ more

Not to mention most major tuners have custom reflashed ecu's.
 
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