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Livernois Motorsports has the largest selection of tuners for late model Ford, GM, and Chrysler! Our MyCalibrator line of tuners is combined with our world record numbers and renowned tuning experience to bring the optimal performance to your vehicle! Most of our tuners allow 1-4 tunes per device, that's 1 stock and then up to 4 extra of your choice! The amount of tunes will vary depending on your vehicle make/model. We can tune any vehicle with our 91 or 93 octane tunes!

Tunes include* (Depending on Application):
Fuel Mapping
Boost Mapping
Air/Fuel Management
Rev, Top Speed Limiters
Shifting Characteristics
Towing Capabilities
Timing
Torque Management
Tire Size Alterations (Where Available)
Axle Ratio Alterations (Where Available)

87, 89, 91, 93 Octane Tunes
Towing
Performance

e85, e30* (Depending on Applications)
Applications may vary

100 Octane/Race Tunes* (Depending on Applications)
Applications may vary

All of our tunes are fully customizable to your requests. You can change:
Hard/soft shifting
Early/Late shifts
More/less throttle response
Fuel Economy Tunes Available

All tunes are under constant updating when new vehicles arrive or we update an existing tune for better performance! Installation videos are available to help make the install process easier.

Order yours TODAY!
(313) 561-5500
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http://www.livernoismotorsports.com/mycalibrator-tuners
 

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Okay so what kind of power gains are we talking here? I see no numbers.
If you expect to sell this, people need to know how much more power they get.....
 

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From their website: The end result with 93 octane tuning was an additional 27hp and 47tq gain over stock on a 6.2 truck, and 29hp and 34tq on a 5.3 truck.

$600 for something my TI-83 calculator has a better screen than? Yea... no.
 

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cintocrunch said:
From their website: The end result with 93 octane tuning was an additional 27hp and 47tq gain over stock on a 6.2 truck, and 29hp and 34tq on a 5.3 truck.

$600 for something my TI-83 calculator has a better screen than? Yea... no.
There is more too our tunes than just performance. We offer tunes tailored to specific types of truck owners. If you want better fuel economy, we can program one of our tunes to help increase MPG while maintaining normal driving habits. If you do a lot of towing, we have tunes available for elevation change, certain towing capacities, and even shift points.

Combining other mods with our tune will greatly increase such numbers.
 

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Can I adjust as I see fit? I need to take it out before a visit to the dealer so Is your tuner portable?
Just about every tuner out there nowadays is portable, and yes, you can return the vehicle to stock tune at any time. The real issue is that with the advanced computers in newer vehicles, tuners will leave a "fingerprint" showing the computer has been interrogated and altered, and on some vehicles it will even log how many times this has happened. If you're really worried about your warranty I would recommend staying away from any tuner until you are ready to throw that warranty out the window. In my case, that was about 5 minutes. I could care less for a warranty. Not everyone shares my sentiment though.
 

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05Canuck said:
Can I adjust as I see fit? I need to take it out before a visit to the dealer so Is your tuner portable?
Just about every tuner out there nowadays is portable, and yes, you can return the vehicle to stock tune at any time. The real issue is that with the advanced computers in newer vehicles, tuners will leave a "fingerprint" showing the computer has been interrogated and altered, and on some vehicles it will even log how many times this has happened. If you're really worried about your warranty I would recommend staying away from any tuner until you are ready to throw that warranty out the window. In my case, that was about 5 minutes. I could care less for a warranty. Not everyone shares my sentiment though.
Same here....I was waiting for their answer though. It took me about 10 min after I got my truck home to hook my Diablo up to it. Next for me is a catch can and a Lew tune.
 
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