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Hi Everyone,

I have a 2010 SE ( No SE bashing please, I could not afford the RT).

I want to know if using the Predator tuner with the stocked canned settings would be benificial to me in any way. The only mods done on the car are drop in K & N filter and a flowmaster single to dual tip exhaust. I am using 87 octaine gas.

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Alan
 

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Not a lot. It may firm up the automatic trans shifts a bit to make the car feel more responsive, but you won't gain a ton of power or anything. Maybe 10-15HP at most.

Gotta decide if it's worth $300 for you.

It is fun to play with though. You can hook it up to a lap top and data log to see what the car is doing which I personally enjoy.
 

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While the gains from the Predator will be rather small, it's still an indispensable tool. You can use it for troubleshooting engine codes, adjust speedo (due to tires size change) and of course log and tweak fuel trims.

It's really a great tool to own.


Hi Everyone,

I have a 2010 SE ( No SE bashing please, I could not afford the RT).

I want to know if using the Predator tuner with the stocked canned settings would be benificial to me in any way. The only mods done on the car are drop in K & N filter and a flowmaster single to dual tip exhaust. I am using 87 octaine gas.

Thanks
Alan
 

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You might be better off starting with mods like a cold air intake and cat-back exhaust (maybe even a cut-out and/or long tube headers, too) and after that, then do a tune. We can help you with any or all of it!


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