Re: Diablosport inTune Dyno results Part 1
Comments from DrSpeed;
Q) Nice writeup Michael. I have some dyno results from my can Diablosport Trinity Tuner - which I'm sure are the same maps loaded on different means of uploading through the OBD2.
A) Thank you. I'm not 100% positive but my experience says they are the same tunes. The only difference being what the tuners can and can not do.
Q) You are right - the HP gains were minimal - picked up 5 HP (aFe, Corsa, stock vs Diablosport tune). It showed some gains beyond 4,000 RPM.
A) Looks familiar and well within the dyno margin of error.
Q) The other problem was it tripped the ABS and ECS in my rig, and two calls to Diablosport later (after unplugging the battery overnight), the ECS light still stayed on.
A) No ABS or ECS lights but I when I tried to load the 91 tune my Jeep wouldn't run and we tried twice and we had a tons of error codes we had to delete.
Q) And for 5 HP, not worth the risk and hassle.
A) On the surface you are correct. This modification is not plug and play. I contacted Hemifever and will proceed to purchase tunes from him (it's easier) and the cost of $125.00 is reasonable.
Q) Also, it takes 15 min to write a tune. Now I know why they say to hook up a charger.
A) 15 to 25 minutes are the norm on my vehicle and yes I hooked up my trickle charger to the vehicle and I decided to cut my grass when I swapped back to the 93 octane tune over the weekend.
2014 Jeep CG 5.7L Overland: 304rwhp & 337rwtq & firstname.lastname@example.org (K&N CAI, Diablosport inTune, Pedal Commander)
1994 Mustang Saleen: 890rwhp & 771rwtq