Edge Evo HT Tuner Customer Reviews
31 Customer Reviews
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It’s a dog-eat-dog world out there in the concrete jungle. If you want to run at the head of the pack, you need a ride that’s bursting with get-up-and-go. And the fastest, most affordable way to make your auto the quickest of them all—and potentially the most fuel conscious—is with the Edge Evo HT Tuner.
Decades of high-octane engineering experience are poured into the handheld Edge Evo HT Tuner. Packed with a host of pre-configured tunes, it has the digital wherewithal to add upwards of 50hp to gas engines and 150hp to diesels (depending on your vehicle). For those kinds of numbers, you’d have to spend thousands on blowers, intercoolers, and carbon fiber body parts—but the Edge Evo does it all for one of the lowest tuner prices in town.
More than just a power programmer, the Edge Evo HT lets you fine-tune your shift points, fan on/off temperature, speed limiter, and rev limiter—not to mention it’s a full diagnostic scanner that reads and clears check engine codes. Plus, the Edge Evo Programmer is fully internet updatable, so it can evolve with new tunes to satisfy new performance cravings. And, your Edge Evo is backed by a 2-year warranty.
31 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Zachary P (Gardiner, ME) Reviewed for a 1999 Dodge Ram — Sep 28, 2013 8:34 AM
The tuner made a huge difference. There is no comparison to stock. Lot more torque when you are towing and very quick when you get on it. Only thing that I have a problem is, it won't keep me in the bog stage in my Cummins when I give it more than quarter throttle it kicks me down a gear.
Reviewed by Jim O (Brighton, CO) Reviewed for a 2002 Chevy Avalanche — Feb 21, 2013 12:35 PM
have installed and used the edge evo to Eco. tune my 2002 avalanche for the rest of the winter and excited about using the power mode for pulling a trailer this summer. The ease of use was a snap and wouking with the people at Autoanything mad the purchase verry easy! Thank you very much!!
Reviewed by James P (Charlotte, NC) Reviewed for a 2013 Ford F-150 — Jan 26, 2013 11:16 AM
The power and mpgs improved. I love the improvement. Note: towing is reduced to 6000lbs when using the 91octane tune. The downloadable interface is not what I expected for a modern tech company, so I can not give 5 stars. Nothing seems to update or even acknowledge the programmer. I know it works because I can feel it and see the mpg readout on my truck. Also, the website doesn't show 2012 F150, only 2011. I had to confirm with a sales rep thru Autoanything (incredible service!).
Reviewed by Joe N (Binghamton, NY) Reviewed for a 1999 Dodge Ram — Jan 11, 2013 11:15 AM
It is a nice tuner but didnt do anything to help my 99 Dodge Ram 1500. It didnt help with the tune for gas milage and there was no noticable change with the increased horsepower setting. And there is no way to program a cold air intake and headers. Might work much better with a newer truck. Edge tech help gets 5 stars and AutoAnything gets 5 stars for their customer service.
Reviewed by Ronnie M (Kannapolis, NC) Reviewed for a 2004 Chevy Silverado — Oct 17, 2012 6:56 AM
unit is very easy to use and update.I was not impressed with the eco setting.The 87 tune so far has returned around 1 to 1.5 mpg improvement in combo city hwy driving.I have also liked being able to fine tune the trans. to were it fells like it works the best.Look forward to expermenting with the tow and extreme tunes in the future.Almost forgot only took around 5 min. to save stock file and reprogram truck
Reviewed by David H (GARLAND, TX) Reviewed for a 2005 Ford F-150 — Oct 11, 2012 7:20 AM
Product came fast with no hitches. Software download was tricky, but I finally got it to work. Installation on the truck was fairly simple. I have been using a week or so in economy mode. The truck runs smooth and responsive; has smooth and firmer shifting, and gas guage does not seem to move as much. I tow a 16' boat and there is no problem in economy mode. (You can tow up to 6000 lbs. in economy mode). I will be checking actual mileage soon, along with the towing and 87 octane settings.
Reviewed by JIM T (MONROE, MI) Reviewed for a 2005 Ford F-150 — Oct 03, 2012 3:16 AM
After many hours of research I felt the Evo HT was the way to go. All I can say is WOW, this is a must have the Ford 4.2L. The most noteable difference is the shifting, very positive shifts, no more lag. At wide open throttle the shift will snap you back in your seat. The Extreme setting left me with a smile from ear to ear as my truck never quit pulling all through the RPM range. BEST DECISION i have made.
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Asked by Anonymous
Jan 04, 2013 6:06 PM
2004 Chevy Silverado
If I were to buy one tuner could I use it on multiple vehicles or would I need to buy a tuner for each vehicle?
Asked by Anonymous
Oct 13, 2012 8:09 AM
1998 Dodge Ram
I have a manual tranny with k&n cold air intake, banks high rise with 4 inch straight pipe, 100 hp injectors, and the truck runs very strong. I just bought it a few weeks ago and have travelled just under 600 miles on a 30 gallon tank of diesel. Will this product increase mpg and power on this truck? I do not tow with this truck and most of my driving is on two lane roads, although I also drive interstate part of the time. This is not my daily driver and I am trying to justify the cost of a tuner/programmer against the mpg gains and fuel savings. I guess I am asking what to expect with this truck and the EVO Edge HT Tuner? Dan
Asked by Anonymous
Jul 25, 2012 9:50 PM
2008 Ford F-250
I have an 08 F-250 Super Duty with a 5.4L. I recently upgraded to 18" wheels and 35" tires. My MPG has dropped to around 12 MPG and feels like I'm always towing something. Will the EVO tuner smooth these issues out?
Answered by Nathan S. — Jul 27, 2012 1:27 PM
The additional gains of up to 29 hp and 45 ft.lbs of torque should help from a power perspective. Your driving style will be the biggest factor on your fuel economy even with a programmer, cold air intake and a cat back exhaust system. With responsible driving habits, it's possible to regain 1-3 MPG with the programmer.flag Accept Answer
Asked by Bo R.
Jul 18, 2012 8:51 PM
2005 Ford F-250
What programmer would be best for a towing increase on a 2005 F-250 5.4L?
Answered by Nathan S. — Jul 19, 2012 3:51 PM
The Edge programmer would definately be a great choice. Add a free flowing exhaust and cold air intake system to gain even more torque.flag Accept Answer
Asked by Anonymous
Jun 28, 2012 10:28 AM
What else besides performance and economy tuning will this thing do?
Answered by Elizabeth C. — Jun 28, 2012 11:00 AM
Depending on your vehicle, this and most programmers allow you to change tire size and gearing so your speedometer and odometer read correctly. You can firm up or smooth out the shifting and change the RPM in which the shifts happen. It even lets you change the speed limiter cap. A feature most often used is the ability to tune for different fuel octane ratings for antiknock or additional performance. It mostly depends on what you want to do and what your vehicle allows, but you can really do a lot with a quality programmer like this one.flag Accept Answer
Asked by tyler p.
May 25, 2012 4:07 PM
2007 Chevy Silverado
What type of tuner will disable some or all of the torque management and the active fuel management on a 07 Chevy new body style silverado with the 5.3
Asked by todd b.
Apr 17, 2012 5:05 PM
2009 Ford F-150
what tunner is best 09 f150 i have a k&n air intake
Answered by todd b. — May 02, 2012 8:25 AM 2009 Ford F-150
just plug in the unit program it and toss in the glove box!flag Accept Answer
Answered by Nathan S. — Apr 24, 2012 4:15 PM 2009 Ford F-150
Its really going to come down to which features that you are looking for. Most of the programmer manufactures are using the same tricks to make more power, but not all of them give you control over gear ratio recalibration, shift point and tire size adjustment. Would you also prefer a display to monitor your trucks vitals in real time, or would you rather just plug in the unit, program it and toss the programmer in the glove box. All of the programmers that we offer are great, the "best" programmer for your truck is the one that has the features that you are looking for.flag Accept Answer
Asked by alexis m.
Dec 27, 2011 12:21 PM
2007 Chevy Avalanche
Hi what tunner is better for you or recomended the diablosport predator, superchips cortex,Edge evoht
Answered by steven l. — Jun 21, 2012 8:53 PM 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee
can I switch between vehicals with any of the tuners?flag Accept Answer
Answered by Nathan S. — Apr 24, 2012 4:18 PM 2009 Ford F-150
The are all great programmers. It really comes down to what features you are looking for in one to decide which one is better. Keep in mind, some programmers stay connected at all times to your truck and display vital information while others simply replace the factory tune, allowing you to leave the programmer at home once you have selected a mode.flag Accept Answer