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Old 11-04-2015, 11:54 AM   #1
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Here at CARiD we are daily working on selecting and providing you with the best quality aftermarket parts available on the market. One of those parts are performance programmers by SCT.

SCT Performance® - Chevy Camaro 6.2L L53 / L99 2013 Livewire TS Performance Programmer & Monitor - SCT Performance® - Chevy Camaro 6.2L L53 / L99 2013 Livewire TS Performance Programmer & Monitor



* Perfect fit for: 6.2L L53 / L99;
* Arrives pre-loaded with dyno-proven tune files;
* Includes 4” touch screen display, OBD II cable, USB cable, suction cup style windshield mount, and detailed instructions;
* Reads and clears DTCs (Diagnostic Trouble Codes);
* Not for Use in California.

This wireless programmer chip is connected to your ODB II plug and works in pair with your Android device (either a cell phone or tablet). All you need is to download the app to your device and connect with the SCT performance chip. This way all performance controlls and modes will be displayed right on your screen. There is no need to buy a bulky Programmer monitor and store it somewhere on your dash!

What do you think about installing it on your Chevy?

Follow the link to check all the selection of programmers by SCT: SCT? | Performance Tuners & Programmers ? CARiD.com
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For a hundred more, you can get HPTuners, UNLIMITED possibilities when it comes to tuning. Not just canned tunes. Plus you get bi-directional control of devices such as fuel pumps, fans, EGR valves etc etc.
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For a hundred more, you can get HPTuners, UNLIMITED possibilities when it comes to tuning. Not just canned tunes. Plus you get bi-directional control of devices such as fuel pumps, fans, EGR valves etc etc.
HPTuners definitely has more capability, but you have to have the capability of using it. 99% of our forum members don't have that level of expertise. My son and I use it, but my son is an engine calibration engineer for Chrysler. The pre-canned tunes are the only option unless you have the high level of tuning expertise that would enable you to effectively use HPTuners.
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