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Pulsar LT worth it?

Andrew.t15

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I’m getting a 7 inch mcgauhys lift with 22x14 wheels. And I was planning on purchasing an LT pulsar later on. I’ve seen that some people who have bought it have caused new issues for their truck. Is it worth to purchase? Has it caused any problems for you?
 
Definitely worth it! No problems on mine. I have a custom so from what I read seems to be with the boojie electrical items on higher end trucks? Or after market, like steps.
 
I have one because I put different wheel combinations on. Definitely recommend it!
 
No issues here. Had it on my 19 LT TB 5.3 with zero issues and after dialing in the new tire size my Speedo was spot on and also had Amp steps with no issues with either product.

I took mine off as I traded my 19 for a 22 Duramax and is for sale if interested.
 
I just put mine in today. All I really wanted to do was correct for tire size, raise the speed limiter to the new tires rating, disable start/stop and DFM. It did all that. As for the throttle response adjustment, it's an improvement but if that's all you want the Pulsar for it's not worth the price. If you want to do the other things I've mentioned it's worth it.
 
Yep, I love mine. I bought it for the same reasons as Daly just said. I think the price is a bit high for what it is, but it’s worth it in my opinion.
 
No issues here. Had it on my 19 LT TB 5.3 with zero issues and after dialing in the new tire size my Speedo was spot on and also had Amp steps with no issues with either product.

I took mine off as I traded my 19 for a 22 Duramax and is for sale if interested.
How much for it shipped to SC?
 
I had issues with mine not wanting to play nice with my powersteps, but I disconnected my battery cable and hooked it back up and the problem went away. As far as it being worth it, it's worth it to me. I bought it to disable DFM, everything else is sprinkles on top.
 
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Just a word of advice.
Always disconnect battery before installing / removing the Pulsar. If not, you can generate codes and have weird issues.
 
Just a word of advice.
Always disconnect battery before installing / removing the Pulsar. If not, you can generate codes and have weird issues.
I 2nd this advice. I installed mine prior to my steps, so I had to disconnect my battery cable to do the steps. Unfortunately, I had to do it a second time to get things back to normal after hooking it back up after the step install. Weird, but whatever. I even tried updating the Pulsar when it was being wierd and it told me that it was current, so that's when I reset the truck again. That was the second time.
 
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