Banks...switch or iDash?
After all of the hoopla with the EPA, I can say I'm compliant now. Picked up a 2019 and want to just give it that extra little bit, not looking for a race truck. I am excited to see how the Edge Pulsar works and real world results but seeing as it is not released yet...the banks derringer it is. I have searched the various threads pertaining this but was unable to find one with answers regarding what the switch doesn't do that the idash does other than only getting 3 vs 6 power levels and being able to monitor different parameters which being a "smart tuner" I don't know that it is necessary. So for those of you with just the switch any complaints? how do you perform the updates on the derringer without the idash? I personally am not a fan of the iDash and wish I could continue to use my CTS2 in conjunction with the derringer but since I cant just looking what to do? Thought process being run the derringer...see how I like it...if I don't, then when the pulsar is released I can try that and use my CTS2. I am planning on doing some dyno runs stock, with the derringer, and then modify the factory airbox to see if opening the side will essentially give the extra 10-20 hp that the aftermarket CAI are claiming. Also I WILL NOT be stacking a derringer and pulsar, I will gladly let someone else be the test dummy for that, not looking to be like a early 2000's dodge stacking chips. Also I want to verify the switch...is stock, power level 3 and power level 6 from what I can find? Thanks in advance for the help!