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2007 Chevy Corvette Power Programmers & Performance Tuners

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Hypertech Max Energy Programmer Reviews

Does what the write up says....

Reviewed By Noel L (POLK CITY, FL) Reviewed for a 2007 Chevy Corvette —12/3/2015 6:20 AM

Certainly has increased take off acceleration, At 85 and above the car feels different somehow very light and fully responsive literally feels like nothing is too much for it, a little disappointed the programming did not include individual gear change ratios but I still need to get back in there and adjust what I can as I have only adjusted the power as of now, my Vette does have a K&N filter system and axle back SLP loudmouths that have helped with speed improvement gained from the Max program

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DiabloSport Predator P2 Tuner Reviews

Diablo sport predator tuner

Reviewed By Philip D (Annandale, VA) Reviewed for a 2007 Chevy Corvette —8/5/2009 4:58 AM

I have had Predator the tuner installed about two weeks on my Z06 Corvette. With a five hundred plus horsepower car, it is hard to know whether the tuner has increased overall horsepower. I can say that throttle response has improved, and the car runs more smoothly and quietly. Eliminating the skip shift feature also is an improvement. The product is well worth it for the Z06 in terms of how it improves day-to-day driveability. I expect to do some track driving later this year and should have a better sense of what it does for overall power.

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Hypertech HyperPAC Reviews

Ford F-250 6.0 Diesel

Reviewed By Henry H (Diamondhead, MS) Reviewed for a 2007 Chevy Corvette —7/3/2007 2:26 AM

The HyperPAC was extremely easy to install. Mounting the display on the windshield is problematic as the sun washes it out badly. A hood would be a good option as would a dashboard mounting bracket . According to the reflashed computer, the MPG increases as the tuning level is increased. My first tank of fuel on level three indicated a 22 MPG average, but manual computations showed less than 20 MPG. Although I am happy with the MPG increase, the difference between the computer and manual computations is troubling. Lack of ability to further firm shifting and change top speed settings is something I only discovered after the fact. Torque converter lock-up is not as positive as needed and leads to disengagement when the terrain is rolling. Overall I am happy with my purchase, but with a couple of minor programing changes the HyperPAC could go from good to great.

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