Not worth 380.00 dollars
Reviewed By Willam H (GLEN MILLS, PA) Reviewed for a 2009 Dodge Ram —9/28/2014 7:31 PM
If you have the basic mods go with Super Chips. I had one for my 2005 ram 2500 hemi and I felt way more of a performance gain. I am actually disappointed with the Diablo. Says I can adjust my idle, nope it will only idle at factory settings. The only tune I feel any performance gains is with the 87 tune. Just really disappointed.
Well worth it for 2005 V-8, 5.4 Triton SRW 4x4 with K&N CAI
Reviewed By Ben M (WINGETT RUN, OH) Reviewed for a 2005 Ford F-350 —9/26/2014 7:53 AM
If you have this truck with the 5.4, you will take any improvements you can get on these windy, hilly roads in SE Ohio. Tested truck repeatedly on a 3/4 mile hill with a 8% grade, driving as though I would normally unloaded using 93 octane. Stock from stop: 3900RPMs at 31 mph, no acceleration available without downshift VS Performance: 3100RPM at 37 mph and accelerated without changing gears. Mileage XS gets about 1mpg better. Heavy towing setting make huge difference with 10000lbs. Worth it!
Worth every penny!
Reviewed By Robert H (Palestine, TX) Reviewed for a 2012 Chevy Silverado —9/26/2014 4:52 AM
The Range AFM disable works great! Completely plug and play and has my Silverado running like a truck should, power on tap all the time. No effect on mileage, in fact, i'm getting 20-21 hwy and avg 17.5mpg over all in a 4x4 Crew Cab.