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How much HP does bully dog add?

How much HP does bully dog add?

Their flagship product, the Bully Dog GT Gas Gauge Tuner is a four-in-one product that is every motorist’s dream. A single unit is capable of adding up to 42 HP, providing diagnostic information and reducing fuel consumption.

What is a power pup?

Power Pup is an office assistant from Microsoft Office 97. Other “office assistants” included Will (a cartoon Will Shakespeare), Dot (a smiling red circle), Scribble (an origami cat), Mother Nature (an anthropomorphic Earth), The Genius (an Albert Einstein cartoon) and Office Logo (a jigsaw puzzle).

What does a bully dog Chip do?

The BDX hand-held performance tuner gives drivers the power they need, whether tackling tough terrain, pulling a heavy payload, or maximizing fuel economy on the highway.

How does a bully dog work?

The Bully Dog Triple Dog GT is a programmer that breaks the factory’s stranglehold on performance. By acting like a little gremlin, whispering into the car’s diagnostic port, Bully Dog performance software tells the ECU how-to optimize engine performance.

How long does it take to install bully dog?

The install process varies by vehicle make. Bully Dog strongly recommends that you set aside a minimum of 5 hours whenever you download into a truck. Typical installation is usually less but some manufacturers have a longer install.

Does a bully dog tuner really work?

The tune really improved the performance and gave it some power. Mpg pretty much the same, average 16 mpg for 75 percent street driving. So happy I bought it as I was about to sell the truck. It also has a number of other useful functions.

How much horsepower does a tuner add?

Using a tuner it is possible to increase gasoline or diesel engine performance up to 99 horsepower and 88 lb-ft of torque on a gas truck, and 120 horsepower and 240 lb-ft of torque on a diesel truck depending upon the model.

Can I put 87 in BMW?

Premium is higher octane, typically 91-93. Regular gas is lower octane, usually 87 or 88. Putting low octane fuel in a car with a high-compression engine could cause the engine to knock or ping, which could cause major damage if it goes on for a long time.