Reviewed By Ohnara M (BISMARCK, ND) Reviewed for a 2016 Ford Explorer —11/28/2017 7:05 PM
This unit is very small and did not need plug in odb all the time. Tune and unplug it.
Reviewed By damon s (HENRYVILLE, IN) Reviewed for a 2009 GMC Sierra —11/22/2017 5:50 AM
Missed out on AutoAnything $50 rebate by 4 days:(! Make sure to have battery booster just in case. Bullydog updater not compatible with Mac, took multiple attempts to get the new download to the microSD card or for the pc to recognize the card.
Reviewed By Craig B (YUBA CITY, CA) Reviewed for a 2012 Dodge Ram —11/9/2017 12:20 AM
This a great tuner. I installed it when I upgraded my tires from stock to 35" mud tires and my truck doesn't even feel like it has larger tires installed. Also Bully Dog tech support is nice and easy to work with.
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When you decide you want more power for your ride, it’s time to install a performance chip or programmer to your ride. Now, you just need to decide which programmer is going to deliver the maximum results. Here’s the skinny on everything you need to know to help you decide between Hypertech and Bully Dog.
If there’s one name synonymous with truck performance and power, it has to be Bully Dog Performance. In fact, with the insane horsepower (or is it dog power) and torque gains delivered by Bully Dog chips and performance tuners, they give a whole new meaning to the term, “in the dog house!”