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    Default 07 GMC SLT NBS 5.3 thinking about programmer which one?

    I have a 07 gmc slt new body style with the 5.3. I have added 22'' wheels and the speedo is off. So I was thinking about getting a programmer to help with shift points, mph vs tire size change for proper mph. And didnt know if I could help out with the mpgs with a programmer also? Any Ideas on brands, prices, and what wont hurt the truck? Right now it only has 60k miles and is no longer under warranty.

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    DiabloSport Intune or DiabloSport Trinity. PM @06MonteSS if you have questions about these or about custom tunes you can have created and use through them. He's knowledgable, sells his tuning services, sells the devices, and bundles them (programmer with custom tuning), as well.

    He did my custom tune and I'm very pleased with the results. I already had my tuner and didn't know about his bundling, else I'd have bought the bundle and saved a bit of cash.

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    06MonteSS


    2014 Camaro SS - 2SS, RS pkg., short-throw shifter, NPP perf. exhaust, BMR strut-tower brace, Cold Air Inductions cold air intake

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    Quote Originally Posted by 06MonteSS View Post


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    Hey man can you shoot me a pm with some pricing?
    2007 GMC Sierra SLT NBS Crew Cab,Boss 22's with Nitto 420's Rubber,Front Leveling kit,Dual flowmaster exhaust,(Programmer and tune coming soon)61k miles
    2012 Honda Civic HF, 42 MPG Saved me $4k in gas a year 1.9% on loan $300 a month for car payment, saves me $333 a month in gas.

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    just got my new site up.. has all the info...

    http://www.diablewtune.com
    06MonteSS


    2014 Camaro SS - 2SS, RS pkg., short-throw shifter, NPP perf. exhaust, BMR strut-tower brace, Cold Air Inductions cold air intake

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    Quote Originally Posted by 06MonteSS View Post
    just got my new site up.. has all the info...

    http://www.diablewtune.com

    thanks man ill check it out, not sure which one I want to go with, need to sit down and do some research next week.
    2007 GMC Sierra SLT NBS Crew Cab,Boss 22's with Nitto 420's Rubber,Front Leveling kit,Dual flowmaster exhaust,(Programmer and tune coming soon)61k miles
    2012 Honda Civic HF, 42 MPG Saved me $4k in gas a year 1.9% on loan $300 a month for car payment, saves me $333 a month in gas.

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    as for the difference between the two... I actually have both the inTune and Trinity for my car... tune wise, the tunes are the same. and of course, my custom tune would be the same as well... the trinity has a few more features, including a performance monitor for 0-60, 1/8 mile and 1/4 mile times, etc... bigger color touch screen... graphic gauges for monitoring data... and I like the Trinity better for data logging - the logging is better, and since it has a windshield mount (like a gps), a bigger, color screen, so it's easier to go through while it's mounted... you can watch/view the data without having to hold it, since it's mounted to the windshield... there's also an available gauge pod mount adapter for it, so if you have a gauge pod like on your a-pillar, you could mount it right in there with the pod mount... the inTune does not have a mount, so you have to hold it or put it on the seat next to you - kind of defeats the purpose if you want to watch some data while recording it - you'd have to hold on to it and hold it up in front of your face while driving haha, it's a little harder to figure out and find where the parameters are to log and select/deselect, etc... the Trinity will also get an update in the future that will allow you tune more than one vehicle at a time with it... again, these are MY personal preferences... other people like the smaller intune better (it's the size of a credit card), and having to hold it or lay it on the seat may be no big deal to them... but for me, for my own personal preferences, I like the Trinity better...


    So really, it's up to you which one you'd want... if you don't want/need the extra features/bell-n-whistles, then you can go with the inTune - and it's less expensive...


    here are links to their user manuals so you can check them both out:


    Trinity user manual: http://diablosport.com/manualFiles/T...ser_Manual.pdf


    inTune user manual: http://diablosport.com/manualFiles/i...ser_Manual.pdf


    as for the custom tuning info, you can find all of that on my site at www.diablewtune.com

    Thanks for asking man, I appreciate it!!
    06MonteSS


    2014 Camaro SS - 2SS, RS pkg., short-throw shifter, NPP perf. exhaust, BMR strut-tower brace, Cold Air Inductions cold air intake

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    Do both of these fix the ABS light when you do a gear swap?
    Charles 02 z71 Cladded Avy
    Mods: eBay k&n Intake, highflow magnaflow cats & y pipe, 6" FabTech lift, 35" Pro Comps, Superchips #2715, SnugTop, 4.56's, MOOG front end
    Wishes: LQ4 + a beefed up 4L60E

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    you can modify the gear ratio with them both, yes...
    06MonteSS


    2014 Camaro SS - 2SS, RS pkg., short-throw shifter, NPP perf. exhaust, BMR strut-tower brace, Cold Air Inductions cold air intake

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    Quote Originally Posted by 06MonteSS View Post
    you can modify the gear ratio with them both, yes...
    Sweet. I'm in the same boat as stephenson. New tires bogged down the ride a little, figured gears would be good next move but anything over 4.10's will set off the ABS light.
    Charles 02 z71 Cladded Avy
    Mods: eBay k&n Intake, highflow magnaflow cats & y pipe, 6" FabTech lift, 35" Pro Comps, Superchips #2715, SnugTop, 4.56's, MOOG front end
    Wishes: LQ4 + a beefed up 4L60E

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