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2007 Chevy Corvette Performance Monitors

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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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DiabloSport Trinity T-1000 Programmer Reviews

Good product ease of installation

Reviewed By Larry G (Ozark, MO) Reviewed for a 2001 Chevy Corvette —4/14/2017 8:56 AM

Nice selection of monitor items. I like the voices of items not normally monitored by in dash gauges. This intake temp, engine oil temp, throttle position , and oil efficiency. I have to disconnect it from OBD as it does not fully shutdown. It will drain the battery if not used. I drive theVette every 1-2 weeks.

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ScanGauge OBD II Scanner Reviews

Just what I needed

Reviewed By DOUGLAS S (Boyertown, PA) Reviewed for a 2018 Toyota Tundra —2/16/2018 5:03 AM

Why the transmission temp is not a standard gauge on a Tundra with a towing package is absurd. Now I can see oil temp and torque converter oil temp also...great.

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