Hemi Ram Upgrade with Edge EVO CTS3 and PCM Swap


Increased engine output always seems to be on the mind of any performance enthusiast. The late-model Dodge truck devotees are no different as they have been clamoring for an easy-to-use tuning aid that adds power to the potent Hemi engine. The tuning answer for those performance needs is the industry-leading, on-dash monitoring of the Evolution (EVO) CTS3 paired with the Edge Powertrain Control Module (PCM) Swap system.

The Evolution CTS3 and PCM swap cover all 2019-2021 Hemi equipped Rams, including the powerful Ram 6.2-liter equipped TRX. Tuning with the Evolution has proven gains of up to 33 horsepower and 37 lb.-ft of torque.

The CTS3 has a full-color, high-resolution 5-inch touch screen, multiple screen layouts, incredible processing speeds, data logging abilities, performance tests, code reading/clearing options, Wi-Fi update capabilities, and considerably more. Like all engine tuners for late-model Hemi trucks, the CTS3 requires an unlocked PCM to allow engine tuning.

Included with the Evolution CTS3 PCM swap kit is an unlocked PCM that is shipped for free directly to the purchaser’s address, which minimizes vehicle downtime. The new PCM is installed in the truck, and the PCM core can be returned to Edge in the same delivery package with the pre-printed return shipper label. Also included with the PCM swap kit is a Gateway Bypass, which is required on all 2019-2021 Hemi trucks.

To get the tuning capabilities of the EVO CTS3, visit the Edge Products website and enter the vehicle identification number (VIN), calibration ID, part number, and serial number; examples are provided on the website. The Edge reps are available to offer any assistance when needed. When the new PCM arrives, install it, and start utilizing the CTS3 to upgrade and monitor the Hemi’s increased potential.

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Chris Holley

Technical Contributor Chris has been a college professor for 24 years; the last 19 spent at Pennsylvania College of Technology in Williamsport, PA. During the day Chris instructs automotive HVAC and electrical/electronic classes, and high-performance classes, which include the usage of a chassis dyno, flow benches, and various machining equipment. Chris owns a '67 Dart, a '75 Dart, a '06 Charger, a '12 Cummins turbo diesel Ram, and he is a multi-time track champion (drag racing) with his '69 340 Dart, which he has owned 33 years.