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2015 Chevy Suburban Performance Chips & Programmers

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Range Active Fuel Management Disable Device Reviews


Power!

Reviewed By Austin L (OPELIKA, AL) Reviewed for a 2015 Chevy Suburban —9/15/2017 12:54 AM

Since I bought my wife her Suburban, the AFM system was driving us crazy! It would kick in and out and cause a terrible exhaust drone that bothered everyone. Since purchasing the Range AFM Disable Device, we actually enjoy taking the Suburban out and getting constant and consistent V8 power. Gas mileage has stayed about the same @ 18.5 mpg but without the lag of the AFM kicking in and getting "tripped up" on itself and not shifting correctly. I highly recommend this product!

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Hypertech Max Energy Programmer Reviews


2015 Chevy Suburban LS

Reviewed By Joseph R (ACCIDENT, MD) Reviewed for a 2015 Chevy Suburban —4/5/2017 6:43 AM

Turned off the AFM, stiffened the trans 50% made few other adjustments. The AFM in vehicles is a joke! I have driven roughly 1000 miles since I programmed my suburban and I am getting better gas mileage by 2mpg (not much but better). I have no other mods to my burb at this time. Definitely better get up and go from the low end. Shifts feel a little stiffer. Actually fun driving the suburban now. I drove it for 26,000 miles before the programmer. I can feel the slight changes in the drive.

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DiabloSport inTune i3 Tuner Reviews


Awesome Results!

Reviewed By John C (OOLOGAH, OK) Reviewed for a 2001 Chevy Suburban —12/2/2017 12:45 PM

2001 Suburban 5.3L which was very anemic before I bought the I3 tuner. Was skeptical with the Plain Vanilla appearance, and lack of full display, but it is not lacking in the Performance Department. I first used the Default 87 octane setting. I pull a 26 ft Warrior Toy Hauler with a Honda GL1800 Goldwing in the back, that bike adds 900+ lbs to the load. The Suburban is being asked to pull more than tongue weight rating, doing a super job and added 3+ MPG while towing.

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