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2007 Chevy Corvette Hypertech Performance Chips & Programmers

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Hypertech Max Energy Programmer Reviews


Amazing!

Reviewed By Jack B (VALPARAISO, IN) Reviewed for a 2007 Chevy Corvette —4/30/2014 4:42 AM

This was well worth the price I paid. After downloading the update for my Vette it took just a few minutes to program my car. I was thinking of selling my Vette but after programming it with the Hypertech Max Energy programmer the car performs like never before. It's now a lot of fun to drive. Shifting is smoother and the performance is just Amazing!

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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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Hypertech Speedometer Calibrator Reviews


works great

Reviewed By William W (COLUMBUS, OH) Reviewed for a 2014 Chevy Silverado —6/27/2015 12:06 PM

I initially set the unit for 34" tires, the diameter of my Toyo ATIIs in 295 60r20, the speedometer was actually a couple mph over. After some downward-tweaking for tire inflation level, I setting the unit to correct for 32.75 inch tires got my speedometer accurate to within less than 0.5mph error compared to Garmin GPS. Keep in mind that actual tire diameter is dependent on how many psi you are running, so getting things right on the money may take some tweaking.

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