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The other day my smarty touch fell off the windshield mount to the floor of my truck after hitting a pot hole. I picked it up to plug it back in and noticed the connection on the back of the monitor had been pulled out by the android type charger connecting it the the control module. Not sure if anybody can give me any advice or tips but was wondering if MADS or Smarty does repairs? If anybody had anything to say please do because at the moment I can’t change the tune on my truck or return it to stock tuning meaning I won’t be able to possibly ever change tunes if I can’t get this smarty touch back working.
A new software version is available for Smarty Touch. (Firmware: 1.0.16 Data: DRST003B). This version includes the new adjustable parameters and the On the fly feature for the MY2010-2012 trucks. Parameters are: Duration, Rail pressure, Timing, Torque, Transmission (only for 68RFE) and Variable geometry turbo. Timing for these Model Years are not a OTF parameter. In the near future we will be releasing Cab & Chassis MY2011-2012 software as well. You will find our new upgrade here: http://smartyresource.net/forum/showthread.php?906-Software-update-On-The-Fly-Tuning-for-2010-2012-Model-Years&p=4477#post4477 Oct. 13, 2015 - Software update •Smarty Touch: On the fly tuning software for MY 2010 - 2012 released. Now the adjustable parameters are: Duration, Rail pressure, Timing, Torque, Transmission and Variable geometry turbo. Thank you!
Greetings Everyone! Linked below please view the Manual for Smarty Touch! http://smartyresource.com/Downloads/Manuals/SmartyTouchComprehensiveGuide.pdf I'm sure you will find this of great value. Thank you! Brian
Hi everyone, I was one of the uneducated consumers of a Bully Dog triple dog GT tuner, at the time I was new to diesel trucks and just purchased the name that everyone tosses around. Later I found out that for my goals the Bully Dog would just not suit my needs so I unmarried it and now just use it for it's gauges. The reason I am revisiting tuners is because I am in the process of having a transmission built and figured this would be a good time to get a tuner that better suits my mods. I just found out that BullyDog is finally accepting custom tunes and I can actually upgrade to the software that will allow my tuner to accept custom tunes for free and then go to one of their registered local tuners and purchase a custom tune (not sure what tuning prices are yet). Now, in contrast to all of that Smarty has also released their Touch screen display model tuner which has peaked my interest but I wanted to hear what everyone here has to say about all of this. Is it worth the time and money to try out the new Bully Dog Custom tune software? Even though the software is free I’m sure that dyno time and tuning fees will be in the $400-$500 range or should I just move on and go with the Smarty ($935 for the hardware with 10 pre programmed power options and future dyno tuning capabilities)?