Great Tuner with only 2 drawbacks
Reviewed By Chad A (Renton, WA) Reviewed for a 2006 Chrysler 300 —1/20/2015 3:41 PM
This is a great tuner with many options. My 2006 Chrysler 300 SRT-8 felt like it was idling just a bit off for my taste. This tuner fixed it and made it purr like a kitten. I did not really notice any high RPM power improvements however it does accelerate off the line a lot smoother now. This was almost a deal breaker. You have to pay $120 to get a vehicle specific tune vs bama = free AND are there are ZERO options to adjust shift firmness (You have to buy another $260 tuner to do that).
T-1000, fuel saver
Reviewed By Francisco V (SAVANNAH, GA) Reviewed for a 2006 Chrysler 300 —12/1/2014 8:32 AM
Got the T-1000 in preparation for my trip to New Jersey from Savannah GA. I went through a couple of the different modes and the fuel saver programmer saved me a lot of money not to mention the car seemed to perform as normal. I used the 93 CAI settings and felt an immediate difference, for my trip up north I used the fuel saver didn't feel any less horsepower but I saw the numbers when I looked at how many miles to empty I got. Changing your setting is simple and takes 1 min top. HAPPY!!!!
2014 Chrysler 300 SRT8
Reviewed By David P (Irvine, CA) Reviewed for a 2014 Chrysler 300 —7/27/2014 11:31 AM
For a handheld flasher, there are a number of useful features which I like. Firstly, there is a useful data-logger with the ability to interface with an external Wide-band O2. Second, adjustable parameters for fan temperature settings (when installing a colder thermostat), WOT fueling and WOT timing, Throttle sensitivity adjustments too. Unfortunately, the DCX reads and writes slowly, so connectivity and flash times are extremely latent. Finally, supports Custom Tuning via a professional tuner