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So tell me this. What if a person wanted to keep their truck tuned for 87 octane. I'm not really looking to say gain much HP. But what other benefits can I get from the tuner?

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You can run an 87 tune no prob. And the truck would for sure be more fun to drive.
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You can run an 87 tune no prob. And the truck would for sure be more fun to drive.
Do you foresee any deals on it soon?

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So tell me this. What if a person wanted to keep their truck tuned for 87 octane. I'm not really looking to say gain much HP. But what other benefits can I get from the tuner?
Terribly sorry about the late response!
yes you can run the 87 octane and regular tune. on average we see anywhere from 1-3 MPG gains, though not guaranteed yet typical, and some power increase as well! it also allows you to use the special features (these vary by vehicle) but some of those include; speed limiter, shift points, throttle sensitivity(the fun one) traction control, horn chirp on lock, and foot lights. that just names a few, and some vehicles do not support some functions.

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Terribly sorry about the late response!
yes you can run the 87 octane and regular tune. on average we see anywhere from 1-3 MPG gains, though not guaranteed yet typical, and some power increase as well! it also allows you to use the special features (these vary by vehicle) but some of those include; speed limiter, shift points, throttle sensitivity(the fun one) traction control, horn chirp on lock, and foot lights. that just names a few, and some vehicles do not support some functions.

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Briley,

Are you able to adjust for larger size tires?

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Briley,

Are you able to adjust for larger size tires?
unfortunately not, thats probably not going to be available. Most vehicles calibrate tire size differently than toyotas and nissans, making it a change we can do with a tuner. i wish we could though! very popular request.
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yes you can run the 87 octane and regular tune. on average we see anywhere from 1-3 MPG gains, though not guaranteed yet typical, and some power increase as well! it also allows you to use the special features (these vary by vehicle) but some of those include; speed limiter, shift points, throttle sensitivity(the fun one) traction control, horn chirp on lock, and foot lights. that just names a few, and some vehicles do not support some functions.
What features are supported on the Tundra? I see a huge list of possibilities on the website, but no specifics. Keith @dirtydeeds if you know...

I have a 2016 5.7 flex NA.


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What features are supported on the Tundra? I see a huge list of possibilities on the website, but no specifics. Keith @dirtydeeds if you know...

I have a 2016 5.7 flex NA.
i have attached a picture of the basic options for it, as far as things like traction control, headlight delay, seatbelt chimers etc; those are ALL vehicle dependent. That can be a bit confusing but think of it this way...we've had two IDENTICAL tundras side by side and one will do things the other will not. i know thats not the best answer but i would rather be honest than promise something thats incorrect, or may not work.
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Can someone tell me why I can't see performance test results?

I have called BD customer service many times but they are just unhelpful.


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