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Old 04-07-2012, 06:39 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I just got the Diablosport Intune for my 05' 300C. I am so not the tech or car guy, and the place where I bought it I think did a few tweeks but I want more. I went in and retuned with an adjustment to the upshift rpm (among other things). As far as I can see the options are stock, 6,000 rpm (I think it was) and 6,400 rpm. When I took it out for a spin it was amazing couldn't even get past 3rd gear. It was was like race track tuned, really fun but not practical for every day driving.

As I said I have a 2005 300C running 91 octane, Volant CAI, custom exhaust, and 265/35R/22 rubber. Does anybody out there have the new Intune unit by Diablosport that can pass along a custom tune that maximizes performance but won't shorten the motor life and is every day drivable?
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Old 04-07-2012, 09:01 PM   #2 (permalink)
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There are a couple of people that do email tunes, but don't know if they are on this forum.
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Check with Johann at DiabloSport or Bob at SVS.com on a custom tune. If you have a DiabloSport authorized tuner in your area they can tune the car on a dyno, which is real time tuning and well worth the money.
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Thanks TC300C I'll try googling that.
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Hi i have a 2007 300c srt8 with a diablosport catch can and the diablosport intune with k&n intake i would like to know what settings to use on the tune to get the full potential out of it i also burn out and would like to know how to burn out less and take off quicker.
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Use the 91 octane with CAI (cold air intake) or the 93 octane with CAI (cold air intake), depending upon which octane fuel you like to use (or can get).

Those 'canned' tunes are very good and safe.
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Use the 91 octane with CAI (cold air intake) or the 93 octane with CAI (cold air intake), depending upon which octane fuel you like to use (or can get).

Those 'canned' tunes are very good and safe.
at my gas stations i get 92 premium so should i use that and what should i put on the wot fuel settings nd the other ones
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