I specifically didn't buy that CAI and Trinity combo from SpeedLogix because it did not state the power gains on their site ANYWHERE. Considering I already love the feel of my car, I would have to see some good gains to pay that much money. Not even on DiabloSport's website does it say what the power gains are, at least none that I could find last time I checked.Has anyone tuned their 392 SRT. What kind of results have you had? Any problems? I just bought a tuner and CAI from SpeedLogix . I'm a little apprehensive with the tuning. Any input would be greatly appreciated
I think you hit the nail on the head. I think at least for now, we aren't going to see as much gain for aftermarket tunes until they have the car for much longer and do a lot more R&D. I think they hustled tunes to the market before they were really ready because we all wanted them so bad.It might be the thing that drives home the reality of just how good these SRT8's are stock from the factory.
I have GOT to read more about a CMR tune! You speak very highly of it often!Even back to the first gen, a lot of folks said "meh" about the 93 octane tune. Going back to the 91 netted them better gains. It was true even for the SRT cars.
For me, adding the Predator was a real improvement. Having a CMR tune done on top was a real eye opener!
So yeah, my point was that the canned tune from DS currently only available on the Trinity is not yet worth the money to me. If the tune was available on the Predator, then yeah, easy decision.Ok guys, I completely disagree, I have the leg maker true cai and I love it, it reaLly works, good looks and good gains, I also have a ported throttle body, it's ok, but once I got the tune I picked up a half second in my 0-60 time and quarter mile time, that's huge!!! Shift points make the difference and rev limiters, plus throttle boost, I'm from Detroit and my Srt is running 4.1 0-60 and a 12.2 quarter at 115mph without any major mods (no blower, no turbos, and no head and cam package, and no exhaust headers, just put on a catback system hopefully my times will even improve. The trinity is expensive but worth the gain, I believe I picked up a minimum of 25 hp if not more, but with pros there's cons, the only way to get good gains is to do a custom tune, if u use diablos tunes without altering them you won't get good gains, these guys haven't tested on these cars enough to know how to set up a good tune, but with a little no how and willingness to utilize their diablo sport forums, you'll get it right.