I had my battery disconnected for three days and put the programmer back in the port since I figured it was deleted. It listed my options and said it was installed. They're worth it for the code reader IMO, if it works. Mine has never shown a code - a good thing of course.Just put an AEM CAI on mine a few months ago with a Hypertech 93 tune installed. Didn't even disconnect the battery and the truck now runs like a raped ape! I love it.
you misinterpreted me....running with those mods and the tuner is going to be more beneficial than without the tuner...but im saying if you want optimum performance, something that you can customize your tune would be best. I'm not entirely sure how the HT programmer works, but I assume it is similar to the bullydog and the cortex tuner. They simply offer different tunes based on what grade of fuel you are using, not based on what mods you have done to the engine.I did the air box mod (big difference, more than I expected) IMS (great addition, well worth it IMO) and Hypertech Max Energy (the WOT restrict delete is obvious). Mine runs like a 'raped ape' you could say...
I reprogrammed it when I put the IMS on, already had AB mod.
So if they are designed to run at peak performance based on stock, it would be best in my case (and many others with even just one or two air/exhaust mods) not to run the HT programmer at all? The WOT restrict delete IMO is the one worth keeping and the easiest to un-do unfortunately. Is this correct? It's easy enough to delete and sell, thought I was building peak engine performance by combining the three? Also want the magnaflow Y-pipe whether it sells tommorrow or next year. Thanks for any credible info.
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