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Hi -

 

I just got a Smarty Touch. The data logging capability is very useful.

Question: What is the current consumption when it is in standby mode?

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Thanks, that works out to ~96MegaAmps. I'd better fill up the bed with lithium batteries. Should I get the +50hp xtreme versions?

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I guess the unstated answer is not to worry about vampire battery drain in standby mode.

 

Another question. Am I reading the parameter options correctly that for a 2003 5.9L; the timing setting in order of stock to greatest advance is 0,3,2,1("default?")?

Whereas for RP and TQ, it's 0,1,2,3 (Stock, Mild(Default?), Moderate, Wild).

I'm not sure what "stock" means. Is it Dodge factory stock settings? So SW5 with RP0, TQ0 and TM0 has similar characteristics/power to the factory programming?

This is from reading the SmartyTouchAdjustoptions.pdf file.

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Greetings!

 

The amount of drain is next to nothing. No need to worry.

 

Stock setting is the same as factory stock. The settings you listed would indeed have reduced power with those parameters on stock and only increased duration.

 

http://smartyresource.com/downloads/manuals/SmartyTouchAdjustoptions.pdf

The manual states:

The Timing selection can be programmed 1 (greatest), 2 (advanced) less than #1

or 3 (moderate) less than #2.

Rail Pressure

The Rail Pressure selection can be programmed 1 (mild), 2 (moderate) or 3

(wild).

Torque Management

The Torque selection can be programmed 1 (mild), 2 (moderate) or 3 (wild).

 

Thank you!

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