Your Hypertech chip installation is best done alone since the operation is so easy and takes only a few minutes. Then the next time your buddy sees how fast your rig is, he’ll wonder how in the heck you ever found the time to install whatever it is you installed to make your car so fast!
Popular Hypertech Products to Install
Honestly, Hypertech chip installation, and the installation of any of the popular power programmers out there on the market for that matter, is one of the simplest ways to get huge performance gains from your vehicle. As far as getting maximum bang for your buck and ultimate performance for a little installation time, no other performance product on the market even comes close to a power programmer. And, this bold claim is especially true for the legendary Hypertech Max Energy programmer.
Reviews of the Hypertech Max Energy
Already one the most popular and best selling power programmers and performance chip sets on the market, the Max Energy is fast becoming a legend in the tuning industry. Programmed by the biggest brains in the business, Hypertech excels in the tuner industry because their staff of computer eggheads also happens to be a staff of devout motorheads, too. In fact, one look at the scads of Hypertech Max Energy reviews out there on the net quickly dispels any second thoughts about going with a tuner from a competing brand.
Hypertech Installation Instructions
Now: for the easy installation instructions we promised. No matter what you vehicle drive, car, truck, SUV or van, Ford F150, Nissan Titan, Chevy Silverado or Jeep Commander, the programmer installs the same way on all of ‘em—it plugs directly into the vehicle’s OBD-II port. So, whether you’re installing an F150 programmer or a Nissan Titan programmer, the installation is the same. Ford programmers and Jeep Wrangler programmers, just like your Silverado programmer, all plug right into this easy to reach port.
Located directly under your vehicle’s dashboard, the OBD-II port looks like a plug that would be more at home on the posterior of a NASA computer server than under a vehicle’s dashboard. But that’s because the OBD-II is part of a complex computer riding aboard and controlling every aspect of vehicle’s behavior. And, the magic of a Hypertech power programmer is its ability to link to this onboard PCU, twist, turn and reroute some critical information, which results in massive horsepower, torque and throttle response gains, as well as maximum engine efficiency and minimal fuel consumption. Also, don't forget that we have tons of performance chips reviews on our site, be sure to check them out!