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06-03-2007, 12:39 AM #1
OK I am trying to getthis 2002 SS SLP camaro (Saturday)
I was thinking of getting one of those plug in control modules. Which one is the most effective?
As well as because it is a SLP was that done at the factory to get that little extra power already ?????
Is it worth my time to get a programmer when I pic this thing up
06-06-2007, 05:58 AM #2
I wouldnt waste my time or money, For less than what you will pay for a handheld you could get a dyno tune and be set.
The handheld's are somewhat limited in my opin.
congrats on the new purchase
J2001 SS, Its not the car its the Driver that matters....
06-11-2007, 05:02 PM #3
So a dyno tune one of the better ways to go ?
On average what does one of thoes run
06-14-2007, 08:34 AM #4
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- 2000 Camaro Z28
Wait until you get some mods under your belt. Then Dyno tune it. If you are dead set on a handheld tuner look at Diablo's. Hypertech's is junk and none of them are really woth the money vs performance gained. Figure on 5-10hp if that. Personally I had HPP3 and loss power with it. My .022000 NBM Camaro Z28
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