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my 01 has a smarty/revo and i still have trouble building boost on the line .the tq man is defueling it.i dont want a rad box. can i get a ecm from a 99 or 2000? if i can how do i find the perfect matching ecm?

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turns out the 99's used a crank sensor so the ecm change is out.dont get me wrong the smarty works ,but doesent remove it all.

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Yep what Mike said. Plus during drag racing the smarty is just way too hard on parts as it hits way too hard down low but gives you nothing past that. I know of nobody that uses smarty for racing ect on a 2nd gen, I tried it once and it left me at the line with a snapped output shaft thus reinforcing what the pros told me about the smarty.:cry:

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2000.5 trucks also have torque management. Mine was built in Dec of '99 and unfortunately has it.

Actually all 1998.5 and up have torque management... It basically is controlled by speed of travel. Once you get past 20-30 MPH it released...

I tried it once and it left me at the line with a snapped output shaft thus reinforcing what the pros told me about the smarty.:cry:

Wow! Interresting... Well around here we are looking for long life of the truck not broken parts...:thud:

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wild and free, When i dragrace i build 10 to 20 lbs of boost and then spray nitrous all the way down the 1320.Thats why my tranny has a tripple disc converter and a billet input shaft.:cool:

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