Thread: Triple dog gt
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Old 12-19-2009, 11:09 PM
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it doesn't look like there is much adjustment at all in the triple dog gt tunes. It looks like it's more for adding an electronic gauge to your dash than it is for tuning.

The Diablosport Predator will get you a lot more flexibility in the tuning, as well as the ability to record data (things like the amount of timing your pcm is pulling for knock, which is tough to spot live or even when playing back the data at normal speed- easy to find in the DS Logs though). The Predator is also about $100 cheaper than the triple dog gt.

If you really want to add an electronic gauge or gauges to the dash, I'd look at the Diablosport Trinity. It gives you the quality tunes of the Predator, the same level of adjustment, data logging, and the dashboard gauges as well. Another advantage of the Predator and the Trinity over the triple dog gt is that neither of the Diablosport tuners require an additional power cable like the triple dog gt does. In the triple dog gt installation manual, they have you run the additional power cable through the firewall. The Predator and the Trinity both get sufficient power from the OBD-II port
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