Reviewed By Mallory R (MEMPHIS, TN) Reviewed for a 2014 Dodge Challenger —1/21/2015 12:03 PM
Installing the Trinity was so easy! I thought I was going to have trouble doing the installation, but no it was very easy!
Reviewed By Chad A (Renton, WA) Reviewed for a 2006 Chrysler 300 —1/20/2015 3:41 PM
This is a great tuner with many options. My 2006 Chrysler 300 SRT-8 felt like it was idling just a bit off for my taste. This tuner fixed it and made it purr like a kitten. I did not really notice any high RPM power improvements however it does accelerate off the line a lot smoother now. This was almost a deal breaker. You have to pay $120 to get a vehicle specific tune vs bama = free AND are there are ZERO options to adjust shift firmness (You have to buy another $260 tuner to do that).
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.
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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!”
Deciding to add more power to your ride isn’t a difficult decision. But, deciding if the pros outweigh the cons can be tricky. That’s why we make it easy for you by outlining all of the pros and cons of performance chips to help make your buying decision even easier.