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Isn't the InTune essentially just the Predator's replacement? Meaning you can load tunes and tweak some settings but that's about all?
The Trinity, I thought, was more about full on diagnostics, logging, tuning, etc... has digital gauges and other crazy features. That, and a Trinity is good for any car that you load the software for where as the InTune has to be purchased specifically for your vehicle (like the Predator was 5.7/6.1L only, you couldn't go plug it into your Camaro or whatever)
I'm just taking an educated guess, I could be out to lunch.
does either one possess more tuning tables/parameteres than the other ??
As far as tuning goes both will be able to load the same tunes. The differences lie in the other abilities the trinity has. If all you plan to use it for is loading and tweaking tunes the Intune will do the job fine!
One other note, this version of the Intune will only work on the 11+ cars, the trinity will work on any car or truck diablo supports ford, gm or Chrysler.
Isn't the Trinity a little short on features for 2011 and up as compared to pre 2011? I can't seem to get any gauge functionality out of either one that I have.
Also any chance you can list what parameters can be tuned with each (Trinity and Intune) for 2011 and up. If there are shortfalls do we have a time frame when we will have full functionality as compared to pre 2011?
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