Revolver with CTS3

All-new six-position Edge Revolver chips for the Ford 7.3L diesel can now be controlled by the Insight CTS3! Change the power levels of your chip with using the touchscreen of the Insight CTS3. These new kits will include the Revolver chip, Insight CTS3, and the new EAS Revolver cable that allows the Insight to connect to the chip. The six-position chip offers adjustable horsepower, up to 140 horses, using Edge’s Insight CTS3 display. Simply pull down the top menu and adjust the power levels


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Edge Revolver Kit

All-new six-position Edge Revolver chips for the Ford 7.3L diesel can now be controlled by the Insight CTS3! Change the power levels of your chip with using the touchscreen of the Insight CTS3. These new kits will include the Revolver chip, Insight CTS3, and the new EAS Revolver cable that allows the Insight to connect to the chip. The six-position chip offers adjustable horsepower, up to 140 horses, using Edge’s Insight CTS3 display. Simply pull down the top menu and adjust the power levels or select the Retro Screen which allows switching between multiple power levels on-the-fly!
  

PERFORMANCE SETTINGS

  • Level 1 - Stock
  • Level 2 - High Idle
  • Level 3 - Heavy Tow - 50hp/110tq
  • Level 4 - Light Tow - 75hp/150tq
  • Level 5 - Daily Driver - 100hp/200tq
  • Level 6 - Extreme - 140hp/250tq
      

How to Order an Edge Revolver Chip

You will need some information from your truck before you order an Edge Revolver Chip. First, you will need the “ECU Code” from your truck’s ECU. It is easy to find- just look for your ECU which will be located behind the Driver’s Side Kick Panel where there is a black plug that will have a sticker on the plug that shows the ECU code. In the case that this sticker isn’t there or the plug has been removed then you can look in the engine compartment where the main harness connection connects to the ECU. In some cases you can put your phone down by the connector and take a picture of it to reveal the ECU code. If you can’t see it then you may need to remove the ECU. There will be a large 4 Digit Code there that are 3 letters and 1 number. These “ECU Codes” identify what ECU is in your truck, and they come in groups. Some examples might be NVK2 and NVK4, which share the same tunes which would have the same “Box Code”, but have different ECM codes. You will need to give your ECM code to the dealer that is burning your chip, or buy the chip pre-programmed for your ECM code (or box code family). Here is an example of what your ECM code will look like on the ECM.

SKU Application PCM Code Applicable PCM Codes
14001 1994.5-1997 Auto TDE1 LKM MIF NAW PRE PRY TDE TEE YBT ZAA
14002 1994.5-1997 Manual MLE1 ALF AUG BEG GOB MLE SOD
14003 Early 1999 Auto XLE7 FUT GLF HPA XLE
14004 Early 1999 Manual AWA4 AWA BDT CLB DYK
14005 1999.5-2001 Auto NVK4 AGD BKA CNH FIF HAM JLJ KRK LVS MNM MRT NVK PMT RXM YEV
14006 1999.5-2000 Manual DAC3 BAW BIS DAC NBD QEK VRP VXY XPC ZHL
14007 2001 Manual APX1 APX ZXG
14008 2002-2003 Auto VDH4 BXE KEK NWM PBY PRW TMA VDH VDU QLJ
14009 2002-2003 Manual AEB3 AEB GDU
14010 2000-2001 Excursion MQJ2 AVB EBM MQJ NMC UKN AXD1
14011 2002-2003 Excursion NQW2 MAP NQW SHT
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