Bully Dog GT Platinum Tuner (Gas)
Vehicle Options (vehicle specific)
Vehicle Monitoring Functions
Bully Dog GT tuners are an all-in-one adjustable tuner, gauge, safety monitor, and driving coach. The tuner portion adds power and economy mapping. As a gauge, the GT can monitor over 15 vehicle parameters. The "driving coach" provides real-time driving advice to maximize fuel economy up to 37%.
- Improved Fuel Economy
- Speed Limiter Adjustment
- Increased Horsepower & Torque
- Exclusive Driving Coach Function
- Read and Erase Diagnostic Trouble Codes
- Downloadable Updates & Upgrades from the Internet
Will this tune my 2011 silverado 5.3? I'm installing a stage 2 Comp Cam, headers, and upgraded dual valve springs.
Will this tune my computer for upgraded 460hp 5.3 in my 2008 Silverado
Is capable of turning off MDS on 2010 Hemi 345?
Will this fit a 2004 Chevy Tahoe Z71 5.3L?
I've been looking for one that would fit my 09 Lincoln MKS 3.7L. But can seem to find one at all. Anyone have some info?
Will this fit a 1998 Chevy Silverado 1500 5.7L
I’m installing this on my 2011 ecoboost, does anyone know if it’s stackable with other devices? I already have JMS boostmax but it doesnt have as much adjustments
I have a 2000 Tahoe Limited SS. Will the BD 40410 work with it? The manual calls for the 99-16 model Chevrolets and GMCs but doesn’t specify the Tahoe/Suburban/Yukon.
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