Reviewed By Justin G (Smyrna, TN) Reviewed for a 2012 Chevy Camaro —1/12/2017 4:58 AM
Reviewed By Ralph E (Addison, IL) Reviewed for a 2013 BMW X5 —12/13/2016 11:05 PM
Installed in 10 minutes , easy few steps, most difficult was disconnecting the original plug from gas pedal, everything else was easy. I'm not a car repair guy at all so anyone can put this thing in. Works as advertised , much faster off the line then before. Feels like there is more horse power when pressing gas pedal, I know there isn't added HP but great improvement to the cars performance. Id buy again , I highly recommend , no hesitation , easily worth the cost.
Reviewed By Miguel R (PHOENIX, AZ) Reviewed for a 2006 Dodge Ram —10/14/2016 7:55 AM
This is my second edge tuner and believe to be the best in the market. I have tried several others in the past like super chips, ppe, and one other but cannot recall name but all do same except edge is only tuner that allows you ability to change tune on the fly.
When it comes to tuning your ride, sometimes you need to make adjustments on the fly, or maybe you don’t want to lug a hand-held tuner wherever you go. For those times, you need an in-line performance module. In this guide, we’ll tell you what they do and why you need one.
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