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Hypertech Max Energy Programmer Part #32000 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Gerald M (Calumet, OK) Reviewed for a 2005 Chevy Silverado — Dec 07, 2011 6:07 AM
I bought this basically to correct a gear and tire swap. Corrected spedometer but what they dont tell you it wont correct the abs light from a gear tire swap because it doesnt change the parameters on that. No perfomance gain noticed, shift curves off also. Removed and had tune done and corrected abs light and quite a difference in performance and proper shifting. So my reccomendaion is , dont waste your money on it.
Reviewed by brett w (san jose, CA) Reviewed for a 1990 Ford Probe — Nov 01, 2011 4:37 PM
Wow this will wake up you big block giving an extra 40 hp and 60 torque at 1000 rpm! Very noticable low end torque gain, and overall my truck runs better then ever with 183,000 miles. With that said there is some stuff that isnt very clear so i would call and ask before you buy. Only options available were tune/shift firmness/tire size ajustment and maybe 1 other. Also there was no 87 octain tune for my truck only 91. All of the options on my truck were just on or off, not multiple selections as seen on their site. Still i love that power gain and the way my truck runs with hypertech. The shift fimness/rpm option is very nice, it will change your shift points and firmness to make your truck really hook up when you get on it, and shift smoother then ever during normal driving. I might get a little bettter gas milage but get the econ for that, this is for power. 40hp/60 torque for $300. No other mod will give you that gain for the price.
Reviewed by John N (Scarborough, ME) Reviewed for a 2006 Chevy Silverado — Oct 26, 2011 4:08 AM
An amazeing tool!Installation was simple,instructions were consise.In one evening my buddy and I installed the programer,air intake, Bosch spark plugs, and a Flowmaster muffler. Huge gains in performance, virtualy no gains in mpg!11.2 mpg before installs - 11.6 after. Most of my driveing is around my small town, lots of 0 - 40 mph.My big HD feels more like a 1/2 ton now.
Reviewed by Vernon P (Albany, OR) Reviewed for a 2006 Chevy Silverado — Oct 05, 2011 8:50 PM
I was under the impression that I could raise the engines horsepower while I was reviewing this online with the checkout assistant and the fatory brocure. So I bought it and after I hooked it up and used it I found out that I could not.
Reviewed by Dan J (Beavercreek, OH) Reviewed for a 2005 Chevy Silverado — Sep 17, 2011 5:56 AM
This device is easy to use, I never read the instructions. Plug it in and walk through the menus and you are done. Some decisions need to be made about shift points and firmness of the shift, which I just left stock, but you can research and play with those all day to get the feel that you need.
Reviewed by Lawrence M (Stratford, CT) Reviewed for a 2004 Chevy Suburban — Aug 05, 2011 5:04 PM
Added a Spectre intake last yr. A bit noisy when you push the pedal. This yr bought the programmer. Seems to have more power towing the trailer. Shifts are fast at 75%, 300 rpm higher setting and regular gas. We also added 2 9.5 foot kayaks(more wind resistance)to the suburban roof. mileage on the first 180 miles was about 9.2 mpg towing hills going up rt 8 in CT to Schenectady,NY 0n I90. Truck runs smoother and the shift points are perfect for towing a heavy trailer. Mild grades were towed comfortably with a noticible improvement in performance. Steeper hills were more of a challenge, but still impressive. On the way home to CT got 9.5 mpg.
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