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diablosport tune for 2011-2013 Dodge Hemi

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Old 04-18-2013, 01:09 PM
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Default diablosport tune for 2011-2013 Dodge Hemi

Looks like its Almost ready for the 2013's...

http://www.diablosport.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=41&t=44030

I dont know that I care that much anymore.. but one thing I'm still interested in is possibly adjusting shift points... and
having a way to gauge performance...and may like to do a hands-on comparison of Diablo vs Hypertech...so I'd still like to own a Trinity...But prefer the lower cost of an Intune-DCX

Anyone successfully adjust their shift points
in a 2011+ and how much
difference did it make in the overall scheme of things?

how is everyone who bought a diablo tuner for their 2011/2012 Hemi
doing in general with their Durango's?

Is the truck stable (no dash lights, no odd behavior, everything working as expected, performance gains/MPG's/etc?)

What kind of data logging can you do with an intune?
I believe it only offers logs and not real-time data, but what data is available/logged?
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Old 04-18-2013, 01:35 PM
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Mine should be here by tomorrow! The Diablo has treated me very well for my Magnum so that is why I went with it for the D3.
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I got my Diablo early this week from Dennis at DD Mods. I've played around with it a little so far, and it is awesome. There is so much that you can do. The throttle response is so much better.

I will play around with it a lot more this weekend.
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Diablo has led the way with tuning for our Hemi's!
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Yes they have. I would much rather spend more money for the option to adjust everything.
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Just spoke with my tuner about a custom data log tune after I get everything installed!
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That would be nice! I have noticed an improvement so far. I have the Volant intake and Borla cat back. The Diablo put it all together.
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Well I pulled 310 rwhp with hypertech tuner. Would be nice to see how diablo compares.
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Nice good to hear! I went with the Mopar and Magna flow. I have the Volant and Borla on the Magnum. A good data log tune will give you more power and will allow you to tweak little things that your ride will have that others wont for each ride is different.
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Imamad1....sending you a PM with my tuners email. Well worth it for a custom tune!

And MJNewman I went with a Hypertech with my first Hemi and after the Diablo it was night and day. So many different parameters to adjust without re-flashing and then the ability to custom tune...it's no contest. A custom tune is going to give you more HP and TQ because they can see whats going on and still keep it in the safe zone. A canned tune is going to be on the lower end of whats available to keep things safe, even the Diablo canned tunes will do that.
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