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Just did some baseline runs with my stock SS and then decided to toss in a Diablosport Trinity to see what it would do.

Stock Baseline:

Note, that 347 was the lowest of the three runs with the first two around 352.

Stock Plus Diablosport Trinity:

Decent enough gain for a stock car with just a tune. Next up is intake and Vmax TB.

Car on the dyno:
 

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Yes, it does. The Trinity is a bit on the expensive side for the gains, but it's so much faster to upload than the Predator and it has a lot of nice data monitoring features.
 

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so overal you would not look for something to get more of a tune? I ask cause I am thinking of getting one.
Once I add exhaust and a cam I will have a custom tune written for the car. The nice thing about the Trinity versus the regular Predator is that it takes about half the time to log and load tunes. So you are spending a bit more upfront, but when you have the car custom tuned you end up spending less because your tuner needs less time to complete the actual tuning.
 

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Just did some baseline runs with my stock SS and then decided to toss in a Diablosport Trinity to see what it would do.

Stock Baseline:

Note, that 347 was the lowest of the three runs with the first two around 352.

Stock Plus Diablosport Trinity:

Decent enough gain for a stock car with just a tune. Next up is intake and Vmax TB.

Car on the dyno:
wut year and is it an auto?
 

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Correct me if I'm wrong, but DiabloSport Tunes are advertised as being completely invisible to GM if you ever have to get warranty work done and go back to the factory tune.
 

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Correct me if I'm wrong, but DiabloSport Tunes are advertised as being completely invisible to GM if you ever have to get warranty work done and go back to the factory tune.
They claimed that the dealer has no way of possibly knowing the tune was ever there...as long as you return to stock. Whether it is true or not I don't know. But with all the people with all kinds of different vehicles running tunes and going back to the dealer for work...if someone got busted I'm sure DS would have been called out about it.
 
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