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  1. Mopar1973Man

    DTC P0630 when returning to Stock setting

    @Brian for the P0630 code. https://mopar1973man.com/cummins/articles.html/3rd-generation/61_engine_61_61/95_obdii-error-codes/p0630-vin-not-entered-error-r254/
  2. Mopar1973Man

    EGT's, when do I back off?

    Like myself. I've got mechanical gauges and electronic tuner gauge too. (other brand...) but my point is between the two EGT's gauges there is a small spread between them. Like my ISSpro EV2 is about -50*F cooler where my Quadzilla shows about +50*F warmer. Keep this in mind that no two gauge will be identical in measurement. So always error on the side of safety. Typically I would -100*F for safety factor.
  3. Mopar1973Man

    S-o3 Towing

    Tidbit on the 2nd Gen's. You need to consider your IAT temperature and fuel cetane for timing. As IAT rises you need to back off timing and not be too aggressive. As IAT falls you can add more timing. Just monitor your engine load. If the timing is too advanced engine load will most likely climb slightly. Now to twist this up now cetane ratings as cetane rises you need to retard slightly. The fuel will naturally ignite quickly then visa versa for summer fuel you can add timing because the fuel is naturally slower to ignite.
  4. Mopar1973Man

    HP tuners thought

    For out of the box experience the Smarty Touch is a good tuner. It just gets better as you dive into the UDC tuning. For the CR engines, this is the most comprehensive tuner you can get that covers about every angle you would need. Like I'm an older generation of the VP44 truck but I'll be diving into the Smarty very soon. I've already got my feet wet with tuning on the Quadzilla Adrenaline here soon I'll get my old laptop setup for UDC tuning strictly for the Smarty Touch.
  5. Mopar1973Man

    EGT's, when do I back off?

    On 24V (98.5 to 2002) Cummins states 1,250*F is the max sustained temperature. I would back out at 1,300*F as well.
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    Reman stage .5

    Please register as a member. This seems to be a permission issue. So please register as a member and login and reply to this thread.
  8. Hey Gang... We are going to attempt o make things easy for both you and the staff here at Smarty Resource. We would like to have you all fill out you profile information here on the site. You might notice the bar at the top showing that the profile is incomplete. Make sure you take the time and fill this out. This will be the future way of registering your smarty product and getting support. This will provide the needed information to @Dylan, @Adam and @Brian to support you with Smarty Tuner or BBi Injectors. To do this go up top to your username in the upper right corner. Now click. Select "Profile" from the menu. Once you reach profile int the upper right you should see "edit profile". Nw you can fill in all the blanks and provide all the information the staff needs to supporting your Smarty Tuner or BBI injectors. Thank you and have great day...
  9. Mopar1973Man

    Smarty Micro Tuner model S-67

    CAUTION This Smarty Performance King product is intended for use on unmodified stock engines. Remove any performance-enhancing electronic devices and make sure the ECM has been returned to STOCK if you have used another manufacturer’s programmer before the Smarty Micro Tuner. The use of this product to change the performance characteristics of your vehicle could invalidate the warranty provided by the vehicle manufacturer. Consult your vehicle warranty before using the product on your vehicle. NEVER CONNECT BOTH THE SMARTY CONNECTORS AT THE SAME TIME! This could damage Smarty and the computer USB port. NEVER UNPLUG SMARTY WHILE IT IS UPDATING YOUR ECM. Smarty can recover without pulling fuses, or disconnecting batteries, BUT do not intentionally create this situation. When Smarty is DONE with ECM updates, ABS changes, or clearing DTC codes, it may be unplugged, even if Smarty does not display the typical “Unplug Smarty and Turn Key OFF” screen. It is recommended that you do not store your Smarty Micro Tuner in your vehicle if ambient temperatures in your area fall below 32°F. Excessively low temperatures can cause malfunction or damage to Smarty Micro Tuner that is not covered by the Smarty Performance King warranty. In the case of ECM replacement, restore the ECM back to the STOCK software before the ECM replacement. Smarty works only with one vehicle and one ECM at a time while it is VIN Locked. Under no circumstances we will refund, repair, or warranty units that are send in and result VIN # locked. RESTORE ECM TO STOCK SOFTWARE BEFORE ANY SERVICE ASSISTANCE. If you need to return your vehicle to a service center, restore the vehicle ECM to its STOCK program by following the instruction in this manual. The service center might reprogram your vehicle with an updated, STOCK, software ECM reflash without your knowledge. If your vehicle has not been returned to its STOCK program prior to a service visit and the ECM is reflashed, the Smarty Micro Tuner will no longer be able to program your vehicle. Such failure is not covered by the Smarty Performance King warranty. Under no circumstances will we refund, repair, or warranty units that are sent in that are locked. 1. Before You Begin Your vehicle’s STOCK program Your vehicle’s ECM must contain the manufacturer’s STOCK factory program. If you have used a programmer from another aftermarket company you must use their product to return your ECM back to STOCK condition before proceeding. If you have a performance-enhancing device installed, it must be removed. Service Centers If you need to return your vehicle to a service center, restore the vehicle ECM to its STOCK program. The service center might reprogram your vehicle with an updated, STOCK, software ECM reflash without your knowledge. If your vehicle has not been returned to its STOCK program prior to a service visit and the ECM is reflashed, the Smarty Micro Tuner will no longer be able to program your vehicle. Such failure is not covered by the Smarty Performance King warranty. Under no circumstances will we refund, repair, or warranty units that are sent in that are locked. Locking and Unlocking Smarty. Once Smarty is used on a vehicle, it is VIN # LOCKED to that vehicle AND to that ECM. Smarty can be used only on that vehicle to update ECM software and ABS (speedometer) changes. In order to unlock Smarty, you must use Smarty to return the ECM to the STOCK software, otherwise, Smarty will remain locked. Only Smarty can unlock itself. Follow the instructions in this Manual to return your vehicle to STOCK software. Once unlocked, Smarty may be used on a different vehicle. While Smarty is VIN# Locked, it can still be used to read and clear Diagnostic Trouble Codes (DTCs) on a vehicle and ECM that it is NOT locked to. Vehicle preparation Before connecting the Smarty Micro Tuner to your vehicle, make sure that all power-draining accessories are turned off: Radio, headlights, lights, cell phones, etc. All those devices need to be turned off. Please apply the parking brake before you begin a download. As the Smarty Micro Tuner needs full battery voltage to program, ensure your vehicle battery is fully charged and NOT connected to a battery charger. Do not disturb or remove the connection cable during the updating operation. Smarty preparation During the first use, Smarty reads the identification parameters of your vehicle. After the first use, Smarty can be used only with your vehicle. Returning the ECM to STOCK software restores Smarty into the original, unlocked condition. 2. Smarty Overview Keyboard operation Smarty’s keyboard is composed of 12 keys: • Numerical keys from 0 to 9, used to select menu options and enter numerical values • Right arrow key, used to confirm the selected operation • Left arrow key, used to go one step back in the operation flow Connectors Two connectors are available in Smarty’s upper edge: USB Connector: Used for connecting Smarty to a personal computer for updates. The update softwares can be downloaded from Smarty Performance King internet site (www.madselectronics.com). A USB cable is not included. Standard USB 1.1 or USB 2.0 cables can be used to connect Smarty to your personal computer. 15 pin Connector: Used to connect Smarty to the vehicle through the vehicle’s diagnostic port with an OBD II cable. The OBD II – J1926 diagnostic connector cable is included in Smarty’s box. Note: Connecting any other cable to the 15 pin connector invalidates Smarty Performance King warranty, because it could damage Smarty. Smarty automatically switches on when one of the two connections described above is made. NEVER CONNECT BOTH CABLES AT THE SAME TIME. This could damage Smarty and the computer USB port. Such failure is not covered by the Smarty Performance King warranty. Connecting Smarty to your vehicle Turn on the ignition key to the RUN position. DO NOT START THE ENGINE. Plug the furnished OBD II cable into the 15 pin connector in the top edge of Smarty and GENTLY tighten the screws by hand. Over tightening these two screws DOES NOT make a tighter or better connection. The screws are provided to keep the plug held gently to Smarty. Plug the Smarty cable into the diagnostic port on your vehicle. The diagnostic port is located inside the cab, to the passenger side of the steering wheel, at the bottom of the dash panel near the floor. 4. Updating the ECM First time update Turn on the ignition key to the RUN position. DO NOT START THE ENGINE. Plug Smarty’s cable into the diagnostic connector of your vehicle. Smarty will display: Smarty CR V:6.00A D:1.00A The second line of the display shows the firmware version and the tuning data version. Both the internal firmware and the tuning data information can be updated connecting a personal computer. (See Smarty Performance King internet site for more details.) Then the main menu appears: 1 = ECM Update 2 = Read DTC codes From the main menu, press ‘1’ to select ECM Update. Then the Options menu appears: 1 = Connect Truck 2 = Adjust options From the Options menu, press '1' to select Connect Truck. Smarty will try to communicate with the ECM. If the connection cannot be established, Smarty asks you to switch off the ignition key: Turn key OFF Press '>' Turn the ignition key to “OFF”. Press the ‘>’ key. Smarty will then ask you to switch the ignition key “ON” in order to retry the connection: Turn key ON Press '>' Turn the ignition key to the “RUN” position. DO NOT START THE ENGINE. Press the ‘>’ key. When the connection has been established, Smarty shows the current installed software. During the first programming, the following screen will appear which indicates a STOCK ECM program is installed: Present SW:STOCK Press '>' Smarty will read the serial number of your vehicle and the serial number of your ECM, then store them into its onboard memory for future reference. From this moment on, Smarty will work only with your vehicle until your vehicle is restored back to the stock settings by Smarty. Press the ‘>’ key. Smarty will ask you to select one of the CaTCHER software versions to load into the ECM: Choose CaTCHER Press a # key You can choose one of TEN different CaTCHER versions according to the desired performance. Enter the single digit number (from 0 to 9), that corresponds with the software number to be programmed into your ECM. Smarty asks you to confirm the selection before he downloads the new software into the ECM: (example software #5 has been entered): Program SW: 5 Press '>' Press the ‘’ key to confirm your selection and to begin the updating session. You will see the following screen: PROGRAMMING Please wait After a few seconds, a numeric counter begins with the percentage of the transmitted software. At the end of the download (when 100% is reached) Smarty will update the functional parameters of the ECM. The following screen will appear: Updating ECM Please wait During the updating session, Smarty can ask to Turn key OFF and Turn Key ON. Please follow these instructions. DO NOT DISCONNECT Smarty before the updating session is completed. At the end of the updating session, the following screen appears: UPDATE DONE After a few seconds Smarty displays the following message: Unplug Smarty Please unplug Smarty from the diagnostic port and turn the Key off for 15 seconds. Remember to restore the STOCK software before returning your vehicle to a service center. Changing Software Turn on the ignition key to the RUN position. DO NOT START THE ENGINE. Plug Smarty’s cable into the diagnostic connector of your vehicle. Smarty will display: # Smart CR # V:6.00A D:1.00A When the “ # “ symbols are displayed on the first line, Smarty is VIN# locked to a vehicle. The second line of the display shows the firmware version and the tuning data version. After a few seconds the PoD menu will appear: 1 = Power OnDemand 2 = Main menu Press the ‘2’ key to select the main menu: 1 = ECM /ABS Update 2 = Read DTC codes Once Smarty is VIN# Locked, the ABS control system can be accessed in order to correct the wheel height. Press the ‘1’ key, and Smarty displays the following screen: 1 = ECM Update 2 = ABS Update Press the ‘1’ key to select ECM Update. Then the Options menu appears: 1 = Connect Truck 2 = Adjust options From the Options menu, press '1' to select Connect Truck. Smarty will try to communicate with the ECM. If the connection cannot be established, Smarty asks you to switch off the ignition key: Turn Key OFF Press '>' Turn the ignition key to “OFF”. Press the ‘>’ key. Smarty will then ask you to turn on the ignition key in order to retry the connection: Turn Key ON Press '>' Turn the ignition key to the “RUN” position. DO NOT START THE ENGINE. Press the ‘>’ key. When the connection has been established, Smarty shows the currently installed software. After the first update, the following screen will appear displaying the CaTCHER software currently installed in the ECM: (See example below for Smarty software #5). Present SW: 5 Press '>' Press the ‘>’ key. Smarty asks you to select either CaTCHER Software Versions (see Change CaTCHER Programs below) or the STOCK software: 1 = CaTCHER SWs 2 = Stock SW Return to STOCK program. Press the ‘2’ key. Smarty asks for confirmation to restore the ECM to STOCK software: Program STOCK SW Press '>' Press the ‘>’ key. The ECM is restored to STOCK software and Smarty is unlocked. Smarty can now be used on another vehicle. Change CaTCHER programs Press the ‘1’ key in the above-described menu. Smarty asks you to enter the CaTCHER software number (0 to 9) that is to be loaded into the ECM: Choose CaTCHER Press a # key Enter the single digit number (from 0 to 9) that corresponds with the software number to be programmed into your ECM. Smarty asks you to confirm the selection before he downloads the new software into the ECM: (example software #9 has been entered): Program SW: 9 Press '>' Press the ‘’ key to confirm your selection and to begin the updating session. You will see the following screen: PROGRAMMING Please wait After a few seconds, a numeric counter begins with the percentage of the transmitted software. At the end of transmission (when 100% is reached), Smarty will update the functional parameters of the ECM. The following screen will appear: Updating ECM Please wait During the updating session, Smarty can ask to Turn key OFF and Turn Key ON. Please follow these instructions. DO NOT DISCONNECT Smarty before the updating session is completed. At the end of the updating session, the following screen will appear: UPDATE DONE After a few seconds Smarty displays the following message: Unplug Smarty Please unplug Smarty from the diagnostic port and turn the key of for 15 seconds. Recovery of the ECM If an interruption occurs during an Update or the Update operation is terminated before the normal end for any reason the ECM will not be operational. You must recover the ECM using Smarty to resume the update process. Attention! The engine will not start before the ECM has been recovered properly! (The Wait to Start Light will flash continuously) DON’T PANIC! Smarty Performance King has developed a special boot loader software that is used during all the ECM Updates. Unlike the OEM DRBIII tool, there is no need to pull fuses or disconnect the batteries! No tools are needed! At Smarty Performance King we’ve done our homework! Just follow the directions on Smarty’s display. Smarty will handle the situation for you in a few simple steps. Unplug Smarty, then, plug it in again. After a few seconds the usual main menu will appear. 1 = ECM / ABS Update 2 = Read DTC codes Press the ‘1’ key, and Smarty displays the following screen: 1 = ECM Update 2 = ABS Update Press the ‘1’ key to select ECM Update. Smarty will try to establish the communication with the ECM. The connection cannot be established because the last updating session has been interrupted. Smarty knows that the last update has not been performed correctly, and will recognise the not operational ECM condition. Smarty asks you to switch off the ignition key: Turn key OFF Press '>' Turn the ignition key to “OFF”. Press the ‘>’ key. Smarty will then ask you then to turn ON the ignition key in order to retry the communication: Turn key ON Press '>' Turn the ignition key to the “RUN” position. DO NOT START THE ENGINE. Press the ‘>’ key. The communication cannot start yet. Smarty shows the following message: A previous update has been interrupted Press ‘>’ to restore ECM to Stock The message is longer than the display, so the message will repeatedly scroll across the screen. Press the ‘>’ key. The recovery operation starts. You will see the following message: PROGRAMMING Please wait After a few seconds, a numeric counter with the percentage of the transmitted software will appear. At the end of the transmission (when 100% is reached), Smarty will update the functional parameters of the ECM. The following screen will appear: Updating ECM Please wait During the updating session, Smarty can ask to Turn key OFF and Turn Key ON. Please follow these instruction. DO NOT DISCONNECT Smarty before the updating session is completed. At the end of the recovery operation, the following screen appears: UPDATE DONE After a few seconds Smarty displays the following message: Unplug Smarty Please, unplug Smarty from the diagnostic port and turn the ignition key off for 15 seconds. The job is done. The ECM has been returned to the STOCK software and Smarty is no longer VIN# Locked. You’re ready to start from the beginning again. 5. Power on Demand (not available for MY 2010 and above) This function allows the user to select the preferred power level instantly, also during the driving! At the PoD menu: 1 = Power OnDemand 2 = Main manu press '1' key to enter the Power on Demand function, the Power page will appear: Power = 99 = Power can be selected between 99 (full power) and 0 (lower power). Just type the preferred power. The number will appear in the second line of the display, after a while it appears on the first line, this confirms that the value has been correctly sent to the truck. You have just to release the throttle to apply the new power. Smarty waits for a new Power on Demand adjustment. To return to the PoD menu, press '<'. 6. Adjusting optional parameters Before the programming, Smarty proposes the adjustment of the optional parameters. To enter this function, press 2 in the Options menu: 1 = Connect Truck 2 = Adjust options The list of optional parameter varies according to the installed software. For each parameter, the current option status is shown on the first line of the display. With Smarty numeric keyboard, the optional parameters can be adjusted. To maintain unchanged the current parameter, press the '>' key. You can return back one step, in any moment with the ‘<’ key. Speed limiter The speed limiter can be adjusted anywhere from 25 to 250 MPH in one MPH steps. IMPORTANT: Your tires might not be rated for increased speeds. Please check your tires rating! Speed lim=Stock New lim=_____ To set the speed limiter to Stock, select 0. Torque (not available for MY 2010 and above) The Torque selection can be programmed 1 (stock), 2 (mild), 3 (moderate) or 4 (wild). To use the default torque setting for the current CaTCHER level, press 0. Torque = Default New T.= IMPORTANT: with torque level 3 or above, an aftermarket clutch/AT Transmission is recommended. Injection Timing The Timing selection can be programmed: For a MY 2007-2009: 1 (stock), 2 (Advanced), 3 (Mild) or 4 (Greatest). For a MY 2010 and above: 1 (stock), 2 (Greatest), 3 (Advanced) or 4 (Mild). To use the default timing setting for the current CaTCHER level, press 0. Timing = Default New T.= Setting Advanced is suggested for aftermarket injectors. Rail Pressure (not available for MY 2010 and above) The Rail Pressure selection can be programmed 1 (stock), 2 (mild), 3 (moderate) or 4 (wild). To use the default rail pressure for the current CaTCHER level, press 0. Rail Pr. = Default New R.P.= With level 3 or above, aftermarket injectors are recommended. Variable Geometry Turbo (not available for MY 2010 and above) The VG Turbo selection can be programmed 1 (stock), 2 (mild), 3 (moderate) or 4 (wild). To use the default VG Turbo for the current CaTCHER level, press 0. VG Turbo = Default New VGT = 7. Reading Key-on counter From the main menu, press the ‘2’ key to select the data read function. 1 = ECM / ABS Update 2 = Data Read From the data read menu, press the ‘1’ key to select this function. 1 = Key-on counter 2 = DTC codes Smarty will try to establish a communication with the ECM. If the Key was not in the on position Smarty will display this message: Turn key OFF Press '>' Pressing the ‘>’ key, Smarty asks you to turn on the ignition key to retry the connection: Turn key ON Press '>' When the connection has been established, Smarty shows the key-on counter: Key cnt: 567 Press '>' Please remember that every time the key is switched off, as at the end of the programming, the key-on counter increases. 8. Reading DTC’s Reading Diagnostic Trouble Codes The DTC (Diagnostic Trouble Code) reader function present in Smarty Micro Tuner is for convenience purpose only. Smarty Performance King makes no warranty to the accuracy of the interpretations. The description of all the DTC is shown on Smarty’s display. Many logged codes are transitory, they are automatically reset. From the main menu, press the ‘2’ key to select the data read function. 1 = ECM / ABS Update 2 = Data Read From the data read menu, press the ‘2’ key to select this function. 1 = Key-on counter 2 = DTC codes Smarty will try to establish communication with the ECM. If the Key was not turned into the on position Smarty will display this message: Turn key OFF Press '>' Pressing the ‘>’ key, Smarty asks you to turn on the ignition key to retry the connection: Turn key ON Press '>' When the connection has been established, if no DTC codes are present, the following screen appears: No DTC stored Press '>' If one or more DTC’s are stored, Smarty shows the number of DTC’s present with the following screen: 8 DTC present Pres '>' With the keys ‘’ all the present DTC codes can be displayed, one code at a time with the following screen: DTC #1 . P0108 MAP sensor volta The first line of display shows the DTC “P” code. The second line shows the DTC code description. If the DTC code description is longer that the physical dimension of the display, the description will scroll across the screen. Clearing DTC codes At the end of the DTC code list, Smarty can either clear all the stored DTC codes from the ECM memory or exit: 1 = Clear DTC 2 = Exit Press the ‘1’ key, to clear all the DTC codes stored in the ECM. Press the ‘2‘ key, the DTC codes will not be erased and Smarty will return to the main screen. When the erasing operation has been completed, the following screen appears: Orignal PDF File: Smarty67UserGuide.pdf
  10. Smarty S-67 Software Levels #0 - #9 SW #0: Half power SW #1: 30 hp with raised Timing SW #2: "Soft" CaTCHER (Stock Timing) SW #3: Like #2 + added Timing SW #4: Mild CaTCHER (Stock Timing) SW #5: Like #4 + added Timing SW #6: CaTCHER (Stock Timing) SW #7: Like #6 + added Timing SW #8: Wild CaTCHER (Stock Timing) SW #9: Like #8 + added Timing Important notice! All softwares (except #0) use a – REDUCED TORQUE MANAGEMENT! This increases the off idle responsiveness of the engine greatly! Please be careful when you use these softwares for the first time, especially the higher numbered ones. Software number Zero: About half the power of a stock software. Use it whenever reduced power is desired or when you have to make sure than NO SMOKE is produced. Software number One: 30 Horsepower increase with additional timing. Software number Two: ***60 Horsepower increase without additional timing. Software number Three: 60 Horsepower increase with additional timing. (Highest save level for a stock automatic transmission) Software number Four: ***90 Horsepower increase without additional timing. Software number Five: 90 Horsepower increase with additional timing. (Highest save level for a stock clutch/manual transmission) Software number Six: ***130 Horsepower increase without additional timing. Software number Seven: 130 Horsepower increase with additional timing. °°°Software number Eight: ***170 Horsepower increase without additional timing. °°°Software number Nine: 170 Horsepower increase with additional timing. °°° Do not use for prolonged high-speed tuns! Speeds exceeding approx 105 mph can result in high exhaust gas temperatures and damage the Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF)! *** All even numbered softwares (2-4-6-8) without added Timing are to be used for stacking with other aftermarket power adding devices that also add their own timing. NO additional timing has to be used with the odd-numbered softwares (1-3-5- 7-9)! Severe engine damage will result! Smarty tuning instruction for the REVO lution software We provide you a whole new tuning concept with a handheld perfomance tuner. For the first time the Cummins engine performance tuning software can now be customized by the customer. The REVOlution starts here! If you prefer Smarty's default software configuration, simply skip the "Adjust Options" menu and choose the CaTCHER level you prefer. If you want to change the default setting of any (or all) of the customizable items, you can enter the "Adjust Options" menu, navigate with the ">" and "<" keys to the item you want to customize and enter your choice. Done! Smarty will do the rest. Once the end of the item list is reached, Smarty will store your selections in its memory. In this way, your preferred selections will be applied every time you program your truck. As a simple example, if you set the Speed-limiter to "100", Smarty will always use that value for all ECM updates, until you change the value again or return Smarty back to stock. When you enter the "ECM update" menu you will find the chapter "Adjust options". Once entered, this menu allows you to choose among the items and their levels of customization. Speed-limiter: From 25 to 250 mph in one-mile increments. Torque management (not available for MY2010 and above): #0 - Default #1 – OEM Stock Torque Management #2 – Mild #3 – Moderate (aftermarket clutch/AT transmission recommended!) #4 – Wild (aftermarket clutch/AT Transmission NEEDED!) The higher the # you choose then less Torque management remains and more aggressive the throttle response becomes. ATTENTION! ANY level above the default #2 WILL damage a stock automatic transmission/clutch! Injection Timing: MY 2007 – 2009 #0 – Default #1 – Stock #2 – Moderate (less timing advance than #4) #3 – Mild (less timing advance than #2) #4 – Aggressive MY 2010 and above #0 – Default #1 - Stock #2 - Aggressive #3 – Moderate (less timing advance than #2) #4 – Mild (less timing advance than #3) The odd numbered SWs (1-3-5-7-9) use the advanced timing and the even numbered SWs (2,4,6,8) use the stock timing. This is only true if you do not adjust the options! With the REVO you can choose ANY timing you want, no matter is the CaTCHER you'll download is odd or even! You CAN, add timing to the softwares that have none, or use the stock timing in the odd # ones. Your pleasure! By definition for all adjustable options, the default is #2. EXCEPT for the Timing. The timing has two defaults. #1 for the even numbers SWs (stock timing) and #2 for the odd-numbered SWs (advanced timing). To avoid confusion and to help the customer in returning all levels to default (if needed), key #0 is used to return Smarty back to the default levels. This is most important for the timing. When Smarty is set back to default with key #0, then even numbered softwares will use the stock timing and the odd numbered one the advanced timing. Rail pressure (not available for MY2010 and above): #0 – Default #1 – Stock #2 – Mild #3 – Moderate* #4 – Wild* * In order to avoid damages to the injection system, do not use for prolonged time. Orignal File: S67PowerLevelAndRevo.pdf
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    Disclaimer

    THIS IS A HIGH PERFORMANCE PRODUCT USE AT YOUR OWN RISK This product is intended for OFF ROAD USE ONLY This product is not intended to be used to break the law Do not use this product until you have read the following agreement. This agreement sets forth the terms and conditions for the use of this product. The installation of this product indicates that the buyer has read and understands this agreement and accepts the terms and conditions. DISCLAIMER OF LIABILITY Smarty Performance King, it’s distributors, jobbers and dealers (hereafter Seller) shall be in no way responsible for the product’s proper uses and service. THE BUYER HEREBY WAIVES ALL LIABILITY CLAIMS. The buyer acknowledges that he is not relying on the Sellers skill or judgement to select of furnish goods suitable for any particular purpose and that there are no liabilities which extend beyond the description on the face hereof, and the buyer hereby waivers all remedies or liabilities expressed or implied, arising by law or otherwise ( including without any obligation of the seller with respect fitness, merchantability and consequential damages ) whatever or not occasioned by thesellers negligence. The Seller disclaims any warranty and expressly disclaims any liability for personal injury and damages. The buyer acknowledges and agrees that the disclaimer of any liability for personal injury is a material term for this agreement and the buyer agrees to indemnify the Seller and to hold the Seller harmless from any claim related to the item of the equipment purchased. Under no circumstances will the seller be liable for any damages or expenses by reason of use or sale of any such equipment. The Seller assumes no liability regarding the improper installation or misapplication of its products. It is the installers responsibility to check for proper installation and in doubt contact the manufacturer. The buyer is solely responsible for all warranty issues from the manufacturer. LIMITATION OF WARRANTY Smarty Performance King (Hereafter Seller) gives Limited Warranty as to description, quality, merchantability, and fitness for any particular purpose, productiveness, or any other matter of the Seller’s product sold herewith. The Seller shall be in no way responsible for the products proper use and service and the buyer hereby waives all rights other than those expressly written herein. This warranty shall not be extended, altered or varied except to be a written instrument signed by Seller and Buyer. The warranty is limited to one ( 1 ) year from the date of sale and limited solely to the parts contained within the products kit. All products that are in question of warranty must be returned prepaid to the Seller and must be accompanied by a dated proof of purchase receipt. All Warranty claims are subject to approval by Smarty Performance King. Under no circumstances will the Seller be liable for any labor charged or travel time incurred by in diagnosis for defects, removal, or reinstallation of this product or any other contingent expenses. Under no circumstances will the Seller be liable for any damage or expenses incurred by reason of the use or sale of any such equipment. In the event that the buyer does not agree with this agreement: THE BUYER MAY PROMPTLY RETURN THIS PRODUCT, IN A NEW AND UNUSED CONDITION, WITH A DATED PROOF OF PURCHASE TO THE PLACE OF PURCHASE WITHIN TEN (10) DAYS FROM THE DATE OF PURCHASE FOR A FULL REFUND. THE INSTALLATION OF THIS PRODUCT INDICATES THAT THE BUYER HAS READ AND UNDERSTANDS THIS AGREEMENT AND ACCEPTS THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS. Original Document: Disclaimer.pdf Revised date: 04-23-2015
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    Smarty USB driver for Windows 2000, XP, Vista and 7 (32 and 64 bits) Before using SmartyUSB program to download the upgrade software, the USB driver has to be installed. To do this, please follow these simple steps: Unzip the driver files into a new folder Plug Smarty in the USB port of your Microsoft Windows® based computer Windows finds a new hardware and asks for the drivers. DO NOT allow Windows to install the default driver. Suggest instead to Windows the folder with the files extracted from driver file as Smarty driver For further details please see the " Smarty USB driver installation guide" in the Documentation section (Windows Vista and 7 automatically installs the correct driver)

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    Smarty USB driver for Windows 98SE and Windows ME Before using SmartyUSB program to download the upgrade software, the USB driver has to be installed. To do this, please follow these simple steps: Unzip the driver files into a new folder Plug Smarty in the USB port of your Microsoft Windows® based computer Windows finds a new hardware and asks for the drivers. DO NOT allow Windows to install the default driver. Suggest instead to Windows the folder with the files extracted from driver file as Smarty driver For further details please see the " Smarty USB driver installation guide" in the Documentation section (Windows Vista and 7 automatically installs the correct driver)

    Free

  14. Mopar1973Man

    SmartyUSB.exe

    Version

    2 downloads

    Smarty USB downloader ver. 5.10A optimized for Windows XP, Vista and 7

    Free

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