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GMC C/K 3500 Performance Chips & Programmers

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Hypertech Max Energy Programmer Reviews

Mo Go - but a little more fuel cost

Reviewed By Thomas M (Carbondale, CO) Reviewed for a 2001 GMC C/K 3500 —7/2/2010 8:18 AM

Slam dunk to install. Had to remove 2 fuses but down loaded with no problems. Tuned to "regular" gas in an 8.1 GMC and had some ping but called in and the regular setting is set for 87 octane and I had 85 so bought some octane booster and solved that problem. Later fueled with 1/2 premium and 1/2 85 and so far no problems. Power gain is noticable, especially in mid range. A little dissapointed in the 87 octane setting as I was after performance gain as well as cost and ended up costing about a dime more per gallon for the 87. Haven't run enought to notice any fuel milage gain at this point and it is hard to keep your foot away from the firewall so we'll see if the additional performance is worth a dime/gallon. At this point I would recommend the programmer, however.

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Superchips Cortex Programmer Reviews

Woke up my 2013 Sierra

Reviewed By Timothy O (DAYTON, TX) Reviewed for a 2013 GMC Sierra —3/12/2016 4:39 AM

Have a 2013 Sierra crew cab 4x4, it ran good but with the Superchips programmer it now runs great! When I step on it the truck almost jumps. Maybe a slight boost in MPG. Highly recommend if you're looking for a performance boost.

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Hypertech Speedometer Calibrator Reviews

Worked after trying different tire heights

Reviewed By Matthew E (RENO, NV) Reviewed for a 2016 Dodge Ram —10/25/2016 8:13 AM

So it works great, but required trying different tire heights to get it right. First I compared speeds using my hand held GPS unit and it was off after entering the manufacturer spec of my tire. I learned this is not the height I should use, but rather the height of the tire measured from the ground to top of tire with weight of the vehicle on it. My tire according to the manufacturer measures 33.98", however with the weight of the truck on it, it actually measures just under 33".

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