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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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.
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.