How much horsepower does a Diablo tuner add?

How much horsepower does a Diablo tuner add?

DiabloSport tuning on the inTune i3 or Trinity 2 adds up to 27 HP and 23 LB-FT of torque to the tires with no other mods necessary. On top of huge performance increases, DiabloSport offers the features and adjustment options that let you customize your experience.

What does the Diablo tuner do?

You get a performance tuning upgrade that makes your throttle more responsive, optimizes drivability, improves fuel economy potential and increases horsepower and torque!

Can a DiabloSport tuner be used on multiple vehicles?

You can add multiple vehicle licenses to your device. You will be able to load tunes, adjust vehicle parameters, data log, custom tune, and restore all of your vehicles from the same programmer!

How much HP does a Diablo i3 tuner add?

50 HP
inTune i3 Programmer Tuning Features: Add up to 50 HP/89 TQ.

What octane is Diablo tune?

Registered. The diablo tune is the 93 octane tune.

Are tuners worth the money?

The bottom line is that high-quality engine performance tuners are absolutely worth the money. The shift firmness on its own makes this a great investment. By retuning your car’s engine for performance, you’ll boost torque and gain increased power output.

How much is a Diablo tuner?

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How much does it cost to unlock a Diablo tuner?

$130 for unlock. basicly half the price of buying it all over again.

How many times can you use a Diablo tuner?

Registered. once you load your tune to the tuner, it is married. One tuner can be used on multiple vehicles but the orig tune must be restored (unmarried) before you can use it on another vehicle.

Is there a big difference between 91 and 93 octane?

Regular gas is rated at 87 octane in most states, while premium gas is often rated higher at 91 or 93. Fuel with a higher octane rating can stand up to higher compression before it detonates. Essentially, the higher the octane rating, the lower the likelihood that detonation happens at the wrong time.