Reviewed By Harry F (Greenwood, DE) Reviewed for a 2011 Chevy Avalanche —8/28/2016 2:33 PM
Truck runs great especially when towing. Lost a little fuel mileage but is well worth it.
Reviewed By Thomas Y (Saint Louis, MO) Reviewed for a 2006 Chrysler 300 —8/28/2016 11:22 AM
This is how Chrysler should have had my car programmed at the factory. I have a Borla performance exhaust system and am using the factory CAI (cold air intake) with the stock paper air filter. The Diablo setup I'm using is their 91-Octane factory tune, with raised shift points (6000 rpm as opposed to the stock 5800 rpm), increased shift firmness, and autostick auto upshift mode 1. My fuel economy has increased, which more than offsets the slight extra cost of having to use premium gas.
Reviewed By Philip A (MANSFIELD, PA) Reviewed for a 2014 Ford F-150 —8/25/2016 6:30 AM
Essentially needed the programmer to adjust the tire size so speedometer read correct after adding raptor tires and rims. While adjusting the size I installed the regular fuel program and to my surprise I'm getting about 2 MPG more. The guy that sold me the raptor rims lied about the TPSM still being stock installed (they were gone) the Hyperteck programer let me just turn the TPSM function off instead of costly installation of new ones (why can't people just be honest). Very satisfied.
If you want to give your ride extra horsepower you don’t always have to pick up a wrench to get it. That’s because our performance programmers are sure to give your ride the get-up-and-go it deserves with just a few button presses.
Even though performance programmers do most of your car’s tuning automatically, their success is still dependent on you choosing the right tune for the job. You see, many tuners have multiple tunes to choose from and some are better than others for certain driving styles. If you want to learn more, you need to check out our guide on: How to Get the Most Out of your Tuner.
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Thanks to huge gains in torque, horsepower, throttle response and mileage, a power programmer or performance chip delivers huge power bang for your hard-earned buck. Which makes them one of the most popular aftermarket upgrades for performance. And, due to this massive popularity, we often get asked questions about how to install power programmers.
Famous for delivering huge increases in torque, horsepower, throttle response and fuel mileage, performance tuners really are the easiest way to get the most performance bang for your hard-earned buck. It’s this legendary power that makes them one of the most popular aftermarket upgrades out there. And, thanks to this over-the-top popularity, we often get asked questions about how to install performance tuners.
The aftermarket is a virtual truck bed full of performance chip manufacturers, and making the right choice can keep you from sleeping at night. Rest assured, all the recognized brand names make great chips, but for this discussion, let’s talk about the latest brand war—Banks vs. Edge.
Get the lowdown on what’s the best Superchips performance tuner for your vehicle with this AutoAnything helpful article.
Ever wonder what the difference is between a power programmer and a performance tuner? We have that answer plus everything else you need to know when it comes time to choosing your next performance chip.
If there’s one name synonymous with truck performance and power, it has to be Bully Dog Performance. In fact, with the insane horsepower (or is it dog power) and torque gains delivered by Bully Dog chips and performance tuners, they give a whole new meaning to the term, “in the dog house!”
If you’re looking to add more power to your ride, you’ll want to visit our performance chips and programmers department. But, before you can decide which performance chip is best for you, you need to understand how each one works to deliver the optimum results for your vehicle.