Originally Posted by picard12
why can't diablo be use on a V6? I saw it made for V8 hemi.
You may want to ask Diablo.
Its not the same software or firmware. It takes some capital investment to reverse engineer the OEM and the encryption and flash and boot loaders can be a tough nut to crack. Each model line has something different to contend with. Then there is sufficient testing. In spite of testing, Diablo's first effort was full of bugs and problems that now seem to be have cleared up.
I think there is just no business case given the capital investment involved. The ROI is better on other motors.
I'm sure if it was easy, a V6 tuner would be available. I'm thinking 99% of WK2 V6 owners could care less about a tuner, especially that they void the warranty. 90% probably don't know what a tuner is. WK2 enthusiasts typically migrate to the hemi. Now wrangler's bigest motor is a V6 I think, and I hear there is some kind of tuner becoming available. The WK2 V6 is the same motor, but the software is different. It took Diablo like three years to release a WK2 Hemi tuner after they released one for the Hemi RAMs.
If you want more torque than the V6 provides, the easiest thing to do is get a V8