Ive had 2 brand new 2017 and 2018 Cruzes.Ive had the Trifecta tune since 300 miles on the dash now i have 15k miles no problem using 91 Octane.The thing flies:-)
No i sold the 2017 in May 2017 and got a new one in 2018 May.My photos are under the rimms and tires section
@Jerry I'm from argentina and I want to buy BNR tuning software for a Cruze 2018 LE2 hatchback 1.4T
Our better fuel here is Shell VPower, with this specs is ready for run the high octane tuning ?
Ensayo Método Unidad V-Power Nafta Color Verde Densidad a 15 °C ASTM D4052 g/ml 750 Destilación ASTM D86 Recuperado 10 %V °C < 70 Recuperado 50 %V °C < 120 Recuperado 90 %V °C < 190 Punto Final °C < 225 Número Octano (RON) ASTM D2699 > 98 Número Octano (MON) ASTM D2700 > 85 Azufre total ASTM D5453 ppm < 10 Benceno ASTM D5443 %v/v < 1.0 Plomo ASTM 3237 g/l 0 Goma existente ASTM D381 mg/100 ml 0.9 Aromáticos ASTM D6839 %v/v 32.5 Oxígeno Total ASTM D4815 %v/v < 4,5 Presión Vapor Reid ASTM D5191 kPa Verano entre 45 y 70 Invierno entre 55 y 80
Hi! Yes you can use it in Argentina, please email [email protected] and we'll take care of you. You want to use 95 or higher RON fuel. 98 RON will be fine, it's around 94-95 Octane, so it will be perfect.
I was wondering what timeline we could be looking at for a diesel tune, and also I was curious what made Diesel’s harder to tune or why they’re taking longer than the gasoline versions. Just curious. Thanks!
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Hey there, I'm so glad to see what you have to offer .
I had a message posted but it disappeared
But I wanted to ask..
I have a 2019 sedan with about 500 miles on it .
Will the tune void my warranty ?
I'm only planning on an axleback exhaust and AEM intake.
Thank you very much for your craft and time.
Last edited by groovind; 05-12-2019 at 09:13 PM.