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Power output from both tuners is about the same. Were I noticed the difference is passing at speed. The 2 degree advance gives you more power for passing, and Hypertech doesn't offer the 2 degree advance. Of course you can always get the 2 degree advance elsewhere. I miss the 2 degree advance, but it impacted my gas mileage and I'm now all about the mileage.
As for the display, it's so small, it was hard for em to use. I have a Nexus 7 on the dash with the Torque app and bluetooth ODBII dongle. It works great and you can see everything plus more with it.
with you on the torque app. I'm inches from buying a nexus 7 myself. my archos 10 is hot garbage.....
Does this replace the need for a BDGT, or is it just an app to monitor guages?
Just a monitor, but there's a ton of more options and items to watch. You can spend days just setting up the gauges the way you want them. You still have to tune the truck for performance. If you have a BDGT, the tune stays with the truck, even when you unplug it, so you don't have to leave it connected. If you have a Hypertech, or Superchips, the tablet and Torque Pro along with a bluetooth dongle gives you the displays.
Wow. I typed a lot to say, nope. Just a monitor.
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