Custom Tuning

"Custom Tuning" is a term used to describe tunes that are built specifically for a given vehicle. Generally, these vehicles have additional modifications on them- more than just a tuner. Many aftermarket modifications available today actually require custom tuning to function at all. Some examples might be a Challenger SRT8 with aftermarket heads and Cam, a Mustang with an aftermarket cold air intake, or even a gen 5 Camaro with a supercharger! When you've started doing more performance modifications to your vehicle, it may be time for custom tuning!

What is "Custom Tuning"

Custom tuning is exactly that a tune created specifically for your vehicle and its' "custom" modifications.  If you want to take your vehicle to  the next level a custom tune is for you, you do not have to have heavy modifications to benefit from a custom tune, even a stock vehicle can see improvements as each and every vehicle performs differently.  So If you are ready and able to take your vehicle to the next level a custom tune from one of DiabloSport's CMR dealers is for you!  

Unlock the Full Potential of your Vehicle

Bolt-On vehicle modifications are perfect for gaining horsepower and tq, but what happens when you've added a bunch of new mods to your car and you notice that you're just not getting the performance you expected? It's probably time for a custom tune! Custom tunes are designed to take your aftermarket mods into consideration- many mods, like superchargers, turbos, heads & cam require a tune in order for the vehicle to run! 


DiabloSport CMR Tuning:

  •   Load 5+ Custom Tunes
  •   Get Custom Tunes via Email
  •   Get Custom Dyno Tunes
  •   Optimize your A/F ratio
  •   Optimize Drivability
  •   Calibrate Vehicle Mods

DiabloSport CMR Dealers:

  •   Nationwide Tuning Network
  •   Dyno Tune Diablo Products
  •   Create Custom Tunes 
  •   Can be found at this link



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