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Old 07-23-2007
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You will notice Wayne with the pulley and Fred with the tune will answer your questions no matter how goofy they seem to be. I'm dropping my hard earned money so I do expect my questions answered and quite a few businesses out there don't seem to realize that.
I agree with you and its the reason I spent my money with Underdog. They were the only one that took the time to answer my questions. Thus, bought from them! Hoping my Rogue tuner shipped today, waiting for it!
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when you install one can you really tell a difference in power or speed?
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Yes, I feel you can, though I got it for the gas economy and I saw an improvement in the first tank! I highly recommend it. Get a friend to help, follow the directions on Underdog Performance (after you buy the pulley and belt from Wayne there) and enjoy the difference. Truck runs like a champ and I am doing mpg measurements and was very pleased with the first tank. Now I have also added a Rogue X-calibrator from Underdog also so the next gas tank improvement will be a combination gain from them all. Its a good mod, I recommend it.
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