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2010 Lincoln Town Car Performance Chips & Programmers

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Hypertech Max Energy Programmer Reviews


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Reviewed By Robert H (Dublin, GA) Reviewed for a 2007 Lincoln Town Car —4/27/2012 2:02 PM

Once I got the right program into my Hypertech it worked like a charm. I took the GForce chip out that I had previous put in, ran the car for a few minutes with it out, shut the car off and plugged in the programmmer and started. It walked me right through the steps one by one and I was done in a few minutes. It is definately a well made product, works just like it is supposed too, and I am well satisfied. Thank you Gary for helping me with reprogramming my Hypertech for my 2007 Lincoln Town Car.

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Reviewed By thomas r (HUDSON, NH) Reviewed for a 2013 Chevy Silverado —3/29/2015 9:08 AM

pretty decent results from the canned tunes and adjustable parameters. kind of scary when it glitches. it has froze and also not recognized my truck a couple times but a pc update (calibration) has fixed it every time. I bought this to get a custom tune knowing that I could adjust the things that were most important to me with just the tuner. so far the canned tunes and adjustable parameters have made my truck more enjoyable to drive.

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Reviewed By Jeff J (Diamondhead, MS) —3/26/2015 5:18 AM

I have a 15 F350 and changed from the stock 34" tires and went to 37" tires and installed the Speedo Calibrator. One thing to remember when entering tire info even if you look up the numbers in height. The stock tires are 34.1" vs the 36.54..you need to measure once the tires are installed on the truck and on level ground. My 37's once compressed are about 36.25 Entering this number got me closer to the real GPS on my phone vs running 2 mph slower at 75mph. Ill be using 35.75, to get it closer.

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