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The PowerMaxCR has new programming and comes in 5 variations now:

 

  PMCR ECON, $575: This is the PowerMaxCR set on the Economy program with the Power Level set to 2 and the Torque Enhancement set to 1.  It is designed to improve fuel mileage.  It does not have a remote, does not use a thermocouple, does not adjust rail pressure, and does not have any gauges.  It uses aggressive timing advance to improve fuel mileage, as much as 4 MPG with trucks that do a lot of towing.  Empty trucks will see less mileage improvement, such as about 1 MPG.  It also adds an additional 55 HP at the rear wheels.  It has easy plug in installation that should be less than 1 hour.  It is upgradeable to either the R37AP (for $200) or the R49AP (for $400) by just buying the remote, no reprogramming is necessary.  The R49AP upgrade includes the thermocouple and rail pressure harness.

 

  PMCR 75, $575: This is the PowerMaxCR set on the Standard program with the Power Level set to 3 and the Torque Enhancement set to 2.  It does not have a remote, does not use a thermocouple, does not adjust rail pressure, and does not have any gauges.  It adds an additional 75 HP at the rear wheels, which is the maximum recommended for a stock automatic transmission.  It will also provide some fuel mileage improvement.  It has easy plug in installation that should be less than 1 hour.  It is upgradeable to either the R37AP (for $200) or the R49AP (for $400) by just buying the remote, no reprogramming is necessary.  The R49AP upgrade includes the thermocouple and rail pressure harness.

 

  PMCR 95, $575: This is the PowerMaxCR set on the Standard program with the Power Level set to 4 and the Torque Enhancement set to 3.  It does not have a remote, does not use a thermocouple, does not adjust rail pressure, and does not have any gauges.  It adds an additional 95 HP at the rear wheels, which is the maximum recommended for a stock manual transmission.  It will also provide some fuel mileage improvement.  It has easy plug in installation that should be less than 1 hour.  It is upgradeable to either the R37AP (for $200) or the R49AP (for $400, + $25.00 for 2006 Dodges) by just buying the remote, no reprogramming is necessary.  The R49AP upgrade includes the thermocouple and rail pressure harness.

  

  PMCR R37AP, $725: This is the PowerMaxCR with remote, without gauges.  It has the standard program, both twins programs, and the economy program all in one.  Which program you want to run can be selected via the remote (on the fly).  It does not adjust rail pressure, does not have Adjustable Timing Advance, does not use a thermocouple, and does not have any gauges.  It has easy plug in installation that should be less than 1 hour.  It is upgradeable to the R49AP (for $300, + $25.00 for 2006 Dodges) by just buying the remote, no reprogramming is necessary.  The R49AP upgrade includes the thermocouple and rail pressure harness.

 

  PMCR R49AP, $899: This is the PowerMaxCR with remote, plus boost gauge, pyrometer, and rail pressure gauge.  It has the standard program, both twins programs, and the economy program all in one.  Which program you want to run can be selected via the remote (on the fly).  It has Adjustable Timing Advance, Cool Down (turbo timer), Adjustable Rail Pressure, and Rail Pressure Gauge.