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Old 07-04-2011, 12:20 PM
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Question Edge juiced w/ attitude vs H&S mini Maxx

I will be using this in a 2010 2500 cummins. It seems as though many people have been recommending me either Edge Juiced w/ attitude CTS or H&S mini Maxx. I have been comparing the 2 and found that both can upgrade the Hp with shift on the fly tuning by roughly 120 HP.

I was able to find the Edge product to upgrade the torque by 350 ft-lb, while haven't been able to find a number for the H&S.

Both have electronic gauges to monitor all the vitals. by pictures alone it seems the screen for that has an edge by edge cts. (no pun intended )

the Edge CTS can hook up to an optional backup camera while the H&S has the ability to delete the DPF and EGR but it says not to do so without the racing exhaust so for me right now i dont have one and i guess wouldnt be able to use this feature.

Has anyone tried both or own one or the other to shed some light on these questions?

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I've had both, and certainly prefer the H&S!

See my post: "Edge is out, H&S is in"

https://www.dieseltruckresource.com/...s-t291028.html
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edge runs hot on the dodges. do the H&S or a Smarty and be happy
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edge runs hot on the dodges. do the H&S or a Smarty and be happy
X2, I love my H&S and know of too many guys who have had issues hurting stuff with an edge and a heavy foot
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I did dpf, egr, egr cooler deletes with minimaxx. Everything has worked just as H&S said it would. I have PLENTY of power, better fuel economy and the sound is great with an aeroturbine muffler in the turbo back exhaust.
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this should make up your mind. no support from one company.

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