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1999 Gmc Sierra
Performance Chips & Programmers

1999 Gmc Sierra Performance Chips & Programmers

So you’ve been researching and reading up on ways to get more out of your vehicle, and in an age of ever increasing computer control, this is becoming more and more common of an option. Manufacturers put limitations on the vehicles for reliability, emissions, and future proofing reasons, but, what would it truly be like to push these boundaries? So that you can truly push it to the max or get the kind of fuel efficiency or response from it that you would really like to have? Well let’s take a look at what is available and what it can do for you. There are performance chips, performance programmers, engine management systems, and throttle controllers. It can seem overwhelming to know where to begin. Check out our Performance Programmer Buying Guide.
Not sure which 1999 GMC Sierra Performance Chips & Programmers are right for you? We have over 7429 customer reviews, with an average rating of 4.5, to help you find exactly what you're looking for. Here's what some of our customers have said:

"I installed the Max Energy on my 99 Sierra 1500 5.3l. My truck has 35" tires and a 4 inch lift, dual exhaust, and cold air intake. I was previously getting about 11mpg hwy. After installing the regular fuel tuning, which took about 5 minutes, I have averaged 14mpg hwy, so I picked up 2.5-3 mpg. So I am very satisfied with my purchase in that respect. I have also noticed a gain in power. With cruise on it doens't need to kick into overdrive as often as before when driving into the wind. The one dissapointment that I have is that AutoAnything advertises that tire size can be adjusted up to 54 inches. This is incorrect. It only allows adjustments for tires up to 34 inches (confirmed by a Hypertech tech). So I was unable to properly calibrate my speedo for the 35's. Otherwise I am very happy with my purchase." —Jon O from Cottonwood, MN bought a Hypertech Max Energy Programmer for a 1999 GMC Sierra, 5.3L V8.

In addition to GMC Sierra Performance Chips & Programmers, you may also enjoy one of these popular products: Maradyne Champion Series Electric Cooling Fans, Pro-Lift Compact Service Jacks, Bestop TrailMax II Pro Seats.
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1999 Gmc Sierra Performance Chips & Programmers

So you’ve been researching and reading up on ways to get more out of your vehicle, and in an age of ever increasing computer control, this is becoming more and more common of an option. Manufacturers put limitations on the vehicles for reliability, emissions, and future proofing reasons, but, what would it truly be like to push these boundaries? So that you can truly push it to the max or get the kind of fuel efficiency or response from it that you would really like to have? Well let’s take a look at what is available and what it can do for you. There are performance chips, performance programmers, engine management systems, and throttle controllers. It can seem overwhelming to know where to begin. Check out our Performance Programmer Buying Guide.
Not sure which 1999 GMC Sierra Performance Chips & Programmers are right for you? We have over 7429 customer reviews, with an average rating of 4.5, to help you find exactly what you're looking for. Here's what some of our customers have said:

"I installed the Max Energy on my 99 Sierra 1500 5.3l. My truck has 35" tires and a 4 inch lift, dual exhaust, and cold air intake. I was previously getting about 11mpg hwy. After installing the regular fuel tuning, which took about 5 minutes, I have averaged 14mpg hwy, so I picked up 2.5-3 mpg. So I am very satisfied with my purchase in that respect. I have also noticed a gain in power. With cruise on it doens't need to kick into overdrive as often as before when driving into the wind. The one dissapointment that I have is that AutoAnything advertises that tire size can be adjusted up to 54 inches. This is incorrect. It only allows adjustments for tires up to 34 inches (confirmed by a Hypertech tech). So I was unable to properly calibrate my speedo for the 35's. Otherwise I am very happy with my purchase." —Jon O from Cottonwood, MN bought a Hypertech Max Energy Programmer for a 1999 GMC Sierra, 5.3L V8.

In addition to GMC Sierra Performance Chips & Programmers, you may also enjoy one of these popular products: Maradyne Champion Series Electric Cooling Fans, Pro-Lift Compact Service Jacks, Bestop TrailMax II Pro Seats.
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Edge Insight CS2 Monitor

Small, but still very easy to read.

Super easy install. The device is tiny but still really easy to read. Tons of information. View more reviews...
Posted By Brian B (Billings, MT) / April 4, 2018
2016 GMC Sierra
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ScanGauge OBD II Scanner

Love it!

Easy to install easy to use does everything that i need it to do View more reviews...
Posted By ryan w (Cassville, MO) / July 18, 2017
2005 GMC Sierra
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Banks Pedal Monster

wendell

absolutely a great add on..works fantastic View more reviews...
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