DiabloSport’s new Predator FLX7193 is the only flex-fuel tuner on the market. It allows GM trucks and SUVs to run flex-fuel (any blend of gasoline, Ethanol or E85). The FLX7193 reprogramming also dramatically boosts horsepower, torque and performance with no physical modification to the engine. MSRP for the FLX7193 is $499.
“Our tuning is superior to OEM flex-fuel programming,” said Max Wyman, DiabloSport Marketing. “E85 produces a lower MPG than gas, but we’ve cut OEM fuel economy loss in half to only about 10 to 15 percent. So using our tuner and based on current prices, running E85 is far cheaper. Best of all, in addition to the benefits of running flex fuel, our tunes also unlock up to 30 hp and 30 ft./lbs. of torque without popping the hood.”
The Predator FLX7193 plugs into the OBDII port and reprograms the vehicle’s computer in less than eight minutes. It restores factory settings as quickly, avoiding warranty issues. The FLX7103 works without conversion boxes or cutting wires, and it will read DTC codes, modify top speed limiters, adjust the speedometer to different tire sizes, and more. The FLX7193 has tunes for most 2003-07 GM trucks and SUVs, with a full rollout of application tools for more trucks, SUVs and cars being released shortly.
Flex-fuel vehicles (FFVs) run on gasoline or E85, a blend of 85% ethanol and gasoline. E85 is primarily a renewable fuel source that reduces dependence on foreign oil and supports local farmers. Environmentally-friendly E85 also burns cleaner and emits fewer greenhouse gases than gasoline.
DiabloSport, based in Boca Raton, FL, is a performance leader in developing specialized tunes and electronic handheld programmers for Ford, Dodge and GM Engine Control Units (ECUs).
For more details on the DiabloSport FLX7193, visit www.diablosport.com/flx7193.