Reviewed By Thomas M (Chattanooga, TN) Reviewed for a 2016 Dodge Ram —4/22/2017 12:24 PM
This is just what I needed without having to put switches in my truck
Reviewed By Jack m (MORRISONVILLE, NY) Reviewed for a 2004 Chevy SSR —4/18/2017 11:02 AM
The CS2 programmer was recommended by a friend. I found it on line at AutoAnything for a reasonable price and purchased it. It arrived not only on time but ahead of time. I installed it and have used it for 2 days with not a single problem. Works perfectly. Easy to install and I am getting better gas mileage. I think it took me longer to find the radio fuse than to install. Very happy with the CS2 and AutoAnything. Thank you
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The aftermarket is a virtual truck bed full of performance chip manufacturers, and making the right choice can keep you from sleeping at night. Rest assured, all the recognized brand names make great chips, but for this discussion, let’s talk about the latest brand war—Banks vs. Edge.
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When you want to get the most power out of your ride, you need to set it up with a performance chip or power programmer. But, with so many different options to choose from, how do you know which one delivers the best results for your specific vehicle? We’ve done the research so that you can have all the information you need when comparing top brands, like SCT and Edge.
Edge Performance makes some of the best performance chips on the market. But, if Edge performance chips are best, which are the best Edge performance chips? Check out our helpful article to get inside scoop on Edge's chips and programmers.