Reviewed By Jeremy V (DALHART, TX) Reviewed for a 2006 Chevy Silverado —1/13/2018 2:37 AM
So far it has worked on the settings I've chosen but still have yet to try other settings...update later on!!
Reviewed By Evan S (SANTA CLARITA, CA) Reviewed for a 2004 Nissan Titan —1/11/2018 10:20 PM
Without changing the rpm limiters, the device changed my cruising rpm to around 900. I took my rev limiter off, and now I go all the way up to the red line when flooring it. I have seen my gas mileage go up. Before, I was averaging around 10.8 with hills, and around 11.2 on flat. Now, I am up to around 11 with hills, but 15 on flat. Its a great device and I would recommend it.
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