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Actually I think Trinity CMR vs B&G is an unfair comparison. The advantage the Trinity has is that it's customizable. You will be able to take it to your tuner (any tuner who can do CMR tunes) and have your car dyno tuned specifically for your mods and how your car runs. While B&G could probably customize their tune, you have to work with them. Unless you're local to them that can be complicated.
Right now comparing straight up canned tunes, B&G appears to have an advantage (as long as you're not talking about cost). How long will that last? Who knows. I would be willing to bet that the diablo canned tunes become more competitive. I decided a while ago that I did not want to work with Red Barron and B&G. I bought a trinity and will be working with my tuner.
I specifically said, IF the B&G tunes are tweaked for certain mods, THEN it is an unfair comparison. This is not the case though as Red Barron just stated that the B&G is an "off the shelf" 93 octane tune.
2009 Dodge Challenger R/T A5
SRT8 Brembos, JBA shorties, JBA catless mids, 3" MBRP catback, k&n drop-in filter (with the stock box), 3200 FTI TC, MTCM, blue tops, 275/40/17 M&H Racemasters, and currently working on a custom tune with Mike@OST
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