Reviewed By Jamie H (Bay City, MI) Reviewed for a 2006 Jeep Grand Cherokee —5/9/2017 12:59 PM
Works great easy to use and simple to update.
Reviewed By Jason A (WALLINGFORD, CT) Reviewed for a 2009 Jeep Grand Cherokee —5/6/2017 6:31 PM
This tuner is really is everything it's advertised as. I don't use many of the features yet but with a little tinkering it's easy to navigate the menu options. The performance tunes work really well. Really woke of the 5.7 HEMI in my Jeep. All touch screen and if you want to make it your primary monitoring system it mounts nicely above the dash. Highly recommend this for anyone looking for some extra performance or even wants to get a little better gas mileage.
Reviewed By Adrian L (Boise, ID) Reviewed for a 2006 Jeep Grand Cherokee —1/18/2010 7:20 PM
I have a DS Predator for my Hemi Dodge Magnum, which I've had since they came out, and now also the new one for my Hemi Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland. The newer one (Jeep) does not provide as much flexibility as the older unit. I don't know why they (DS folks) did this, unless it was to keep novices from ruining their vehicles. You no longer have options for torque management, tranmission settings or ESP/Traction Control adjustments as with the earlier model. Other than that the unit is about the same and is very good. It offers WOT fuel and WOT timing adjustments, modification of the stock tune, as well as throttle sensitivity adjustment settings. Since the throttle on my Jeep was very touchy, this is a great feature to "tone it down", and adjust it so it has a smoother, less jerky operation. The DS also offers a 93 octane tune, which the competing unit does not. Most other features are similar to the unit from their main competitor. Overall, between the two (I have them both for both vehicles) the Predator is the best bang for the buck, IMO.