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Unread 04-14-2013, 06:40 AM   #1
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DiabloSport Intune

Hey guys just letting u know that I just tuned my 07 jeep GC w/ hemi with the diablo sport Intune on 91 octane and disabled the mds. The difference is crazy, super happy with it so if any body is looking for a good tuner I definitely recommend the diablo sport Intune

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Unread 04-14-2013, 08:51 AM   #2
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any increase in MPG's?
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Unread 04-14-2013, 09:05 AM   #3
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Too soon to tell but will post details after two tanks of gas
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Unread 04-14-2013, 09:15 AM   #4
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alright sounds good! are you gonna use 91 octane for the two tanks or a lower octane?
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In both tanks
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Unread 04-14-2013, 10:39 AM   #6
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What is the setting called and where do I find it to turn of MDS ? I also have a Hemi with intune.
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Unread 04-14-2013, 11:13 AM   #7
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You can either modify the stock tune or just pick one of the preloaded tunes that come with the Intune. In detail of what I did is plugged into my jeep let the Intune load up then I chose the 91 octane tune and just before it started to install into my jeep the Intune asked me If I would like to modify the selected tune, I chose yes and mds is the second Icon down from top and I selected mds and disabled it. Then I installed the tune into my jeep. But I. Could see that there r a crap load of variations I could do but I want to do more research before I really start modifying the tunes. Hope this helps.
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wouldnt disabling the mds cause your gas mileage to go down?
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Yep, probably ~1-3 mpg on the highway, depending on speed/driving style. In town, maybe not too much, especially if you do a lot of stop and go. Bottom line is, I've never heard of anyone gaining mileage by shutting it off. With it off, it'll be a little smoother though without the MDS kicking in and out.
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Yep, probably ~1-3 mpg on the highway, depending on speed/driving style. In town, maybe not too much, especially if you do a lot of stop and go. Bottom line is, I've never heard of anyone gaining mileage by shutting it off. With it off, it'll be a little smoother though without the MDS kicking in and out.
I agree and since I don't do hardly any highway driving it shouldn't affect to much but if it does just plug back in and turn it back on, if u are just looking to gain mpg the Intune has a specific tune for that called mpg booster. Just got to play with it and base ur tune on what kind of driving u plan on doing.
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Unread 04-14-2013, 08:09 PM   #11
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I have the original DS Predator tuner (with latest CROM file), but I am told it's tunes and other features are about the same as the InTune. Over the years I've run all the tunes on both the Superchips and Diablosport units. Almost every one has it's advantages and disadvantages. Overall, the DS 91 tune delivers the best performance and fuel economy. I live at altitude, running non-ethanol fuel, and alternate (in the winter) 91 and 87 fuels without any knock retard. In the summer, for the most part, it's all 91. Good luck and try some experimenting with the various settings......WOT fuel/timing, shift points, rev. limiter, etc. Best thing to do is tinker with the settings and set it up to suit your personal needs and preferences. I've ended up using the SC tuner with the Advanced Trans. Tuning App. on my WK, because I can set the tranny (all up/down shifts and torque management) exactly the way I want it. It doesn't perform quite as well and the economy is not quite as good either, but for me the trans. shift schedules and performance are a little more important. I do use the Diablosport 91 tune (modified) on my Hemi LX though, and it works great for it.
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