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Old 03-04-2013, 04:08 PM
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Originally Posted by fsas64 View Post
^ agreed, im running diablo trinity with basic 91 octane tune and the gains from that alone in low and mid are really good. its very user friendly, custom tunes are a breeze via the DS downloader and diablo is very good with keeping up to date. overall very satisfied with mine, leaning towards getting the hemi fever tune!
I just installed my Diablo T-1000 this weekend. Decided to run the 93 Octane tune. It runs pretty smoothly. I lot more umpf in the bottom and low ends. Wish I could find a way to not spin the tires so much but I think that's going to be a matter or just the heavy foot. So running the 93 octane stock tune. Was thinking about going with the custom tune. Heard a great deal about the hemi fever but not sure what it will add. Anybody willing to share the details on this?
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