Dodge Charger 2013, Triple Dog GT Tuner by Bully Dog®. HP Gain: Up To 23.5. TQ Gain: Up To 30. Triple Dog Gauge Tuner for gasoline-powered engines. Loads alternative engine tunes, monitors engine parameters, coaches fuel-efficient driving. Read and erase Diagnostic Trouble Codes.
Fitment notes: This part is CARB compliant.
|HP Gain: Up To 23.5, TQ Gain: Up To 30|
|Includes: The GT Head Unit, OBDII Adapter Plug, HDMI Cable, Power Wire, Mini USB, Fuse Tap, Fuse Spade, Micro SD Card, Micro SD Card Reader, Windshield Mount|
- Economy Tune (85 octane) +15-20 horsepower
- Performance Tune (91 octane) +25-30 horsepower
- Read and Erase DTCs
- Economy/Tow Tune 50+ horsepower
- Performance Tune 75+ horsepower
- Extreme Tune 100+ horsepower/200lbs.-ft torque
- Calibrate Speedometer
- Transmission Tuning
- Real Time/Average/Trip Fuel Economy
- Coolant Temperature
- Manifold Absolute Pressure
- Engine RPM
- Timing Position
- Air Intake Temperature
- Fuel Level
- Battery Voltage
- Ambient Air Temperature
Track your performance using the data logging features of your Gauge Tuner and the Performance Testing Software for your PC. The Performance Testing available with the GT will accurately calculate and record a vehicle’s 1/4 mile times and everything in between.
With today’s vehicles, check engine lights appear for numerous reasons. Usually you drive around for a month or so, ignoring the light until you can get time to visit a dealership to get it looked at. That is no longer an issue because with the GT you can run your own diagnostics check to find out what that check engine light means, and then erase the trouble codes yourself. The GT has the ability to monitor vehicle parameters (as available, depending on vehicle application) and provide visual and audible warnings if those parameters go beyond a level that has been set by you
The GT becomes a very valuable tool as a Driving Coach. A priority in today's market place is saving fuel, getting every last tenth of a mile out of the fuel in the tank. The Watchdog features software that tracks the driver's habits behind the wheel. As these habits show themselves, the software calculates the best remedy and then notifies the driver. As a Driving Coach, the Watchdog will recommend and suggest different driving methods to the user in real time as conditions and habits become apparent. For instance, If the driver of the vehicle is repeatedly waiting until the last minute before applying the brakes before coming to a stop, the software will recognize this and then advise the driver how they can improve their braking method and their fuel mileage.
Bully Dog® was formed in 1998 in Aberdeen, Idaho. The founders of Bully Dog – Michael, Phillip, and Daryl Klassen - were heavily influenced by their father Harold's interest in improving vehicle performance. Several years prior to the company's inception, Harold had experimented with increasing performance on his diesel farm tractor by injecting propane into the engine's combustion chamber. In 1998, Bully Dog's owners took this concept and developed and patented a safe and effective propane injection system to enhance diesel engine performance. These systems were first sold out of their farm shop, but as demand increased, they moved the company to another location and officially organized Bully Dog. Bully Dog's mission was now to be recognized as the leader in the diesel performance industry. With the introduction of electronic components and software to improve performance, they began to research new types of products like intake and exhaust systems to complement their electronic components. In 2005, the company expanded its range of products to include performance products for gasoline-powered vehicles. Bully Dog is now able to offer a complete performance package.