Reviewed By EDWARD R (LONGVIEW, TX) Reviewed for a 2010 GMC Canyon —7/9/2015 8:59 AM
I have a 2010 GMC V8 Canyon. I wanted firmer transmission shifts and a little more power. I have received both with only the 87 octane tune.
Reviewed By Ty M (WEATHERFORD, TX) —7/12/2015 6:21 AM
Ordered it while my car was in the shop for my Dodge Challenger r/t, and was excited to install. Fast forward another month and I finally install it. The install was a bit confusing but simple as well. The tunes themselves are confusing because there were many and I didn't know what to choose, chose a sport one and finished the install. Driving it I did see a better peddle response for sure, it took off noticeable faster. Though I didn't feel much power gain overall, but it is there.
Reviewed By Jeff S (LONGMONT, CO) Reviewed for a 2008 Dodge Ram —7/9/2015 8:56 PM
My main concern is monitoring my truck while pulling up to 14k lbs. I like to monitor engine coolant, transmission fluid and the regen system. I bought mine to replace an MSD Dashhawk. The DH has a small display but a large number of variables that could be displayed. I would display 4 variables at one time, at most. By comparison, the Insight CTS2 can easily display up to 9 variables at a time. Unfortunately, it is limited in the available variables by comparison, regen specifically.
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