Reviewed By jose m (LA SALLE, CO) Reviewed for a 2007 Dodge Ram —7/20/2016 6:58 AM
Love it the screen is perfect and the performance is the best
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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