Reviewed By DENNIS E (MEDFORD, OR) Reviewed for a 2017 Dodge Ram —10/10/2017 3:05 AM
unit is nice. It would be nice for us 75 year old customers if the printing in some areas was larger. thanks.
Reviewed By Douglas R (BYRON CENTER, MI) Reviewed for a 2014 Ford F-350 —8/21/2017 11:09 PM
I was leery about spending this much money on something that you're not sure if it's worth it or not, but it really does what it says it does. I can't believe the power in my truck its unbelievable
Reviewed By John E. B (LA GRANGE, IL) —5/3/2015 5:42 AM
The down and dirty: Yep, got a nice 93 octane tune. The iPhone interface to do this is slick and I would not say slow But: After a few days the module you get that plugs into the OBD II data prt died. It flickers as if it will startup, then dies So: I am very pleased with the tune. The power increase is noticeable and the shift points aren't ramped up to obnoxious levels. i have not given cust supporter a chance to rectify.
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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!”