Reviewed By James F (Checotah, OK) Reviewed for a 2010 Nissan Titan —5/7/2011 11:48 AM
This seems to have helped out my 2010 Titan 4X4 I went from getting 13.6 to 16.3 MPG that really helps out with gas price's the way they are.
Reviewed By Joe R (Overbrook, KS) Reviewed for a 2002 Dodge Ram —5/5/2011 5:11 AM
I have previously purchased a superchips cortex for my Dodge truck and was pleased with the increase in power so I ordered one for my wife's Durango. When it arrived I challenged my wife to use the programmer and program her vehicle herself. My wife knows enough to check the oil and tire pressure, put the key in, start the vehicle and put it into gear to drive and that is it. She wasn't sure that she could do it but agreed to try. She unpacked the cortex programmer, read the instructions, went to her vehicle and in about 25-30 minuets had it reprogramed to max performance with 87 octane gas. She was very proud of herself. The very next day she drove her Durango to the airport (70 miles away) and called me to tell me her mileage went up 1.5 miles per gallon and it ran super. Now she is really proud of her accomplishment. The cortex is kind of expensive but will pay for itself in short order with gas prices as high as they are. Money well spent!
Reviewed By Brett Y (NAPLES, FL) Reviewed for a 2012 Ford Mustang —7/7/2014 12:37 PM
this is the real deal.if you are skeptical don't be. then again if you don't like more horse power and torque this may not be for you.Plus you leave it plugged in for track times and data enquiries.totally change the way my Mustang automatic shifts,so much authority.all joking aside could not be any happier with this programmer!