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2008 to 2014 dodge avenger 2.4L tunes

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Moderator: mikel

Post Tue Nov 17, 2015 1:59 pm

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Hey everbody im sure you all have heard the talk if diablo sport can make a tune for the 2.4 we need to get as many people in on this for diablosport to be able to develope a tune for us we can do this! Comment here to show them we want one!!!! The 3.6l guys got there tune why not the 4 bangers:)


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Im down. :wink:


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Yes it would be amazing for a tune for the avenger!!!!


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I am 100% on board with this.
I spoke with an employee at SEMA regarding the 2.4L Dodge/Chrysler motor about a tune being there is a tune for the 3.6L.
I was plainly told NO. He said that there was nothing available in the 2.4 to free up like there was with the Torque Management in the 3.6. He mentioned you won't be doing a tuner for the 2015/2016 V6 Mustang due to nothing really being available within the computer to add more hp. He said no one will pay $400-$500 for +4hp.

Can we please get some clarification from someone at Diablo regarding this. We as enthusiasts hear one thing from Diablo, then hear another from Diablo.

Us 2.4L owners would like and need more performance out of our engines. The 3.6 is powerful on it's own without a tune added to it.

We need more power in the 2.4L captain!!


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I would love to have a tuner for my 2.4 avenger! I've been waiting especially with hardly any aftermarket support this would give me one more thing to buy for my car


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Im done....CASH IN HAND!


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I am totally down i already got cash in hand. When can i get mine?


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ExquizitAvenger wrote:
I am 100% on board with this.
I spoke with an employee at SEMA regarding the 2.4L Dodge/Chrysler motor about a tune being there is a tune for the 3.6L.
I was plainly told NO. He said that there was nothing available in the 2.4 to free up like there was with the Torque Management in the 3.6. He mentioned you won't be doing a tuner for the 2015/2016 V6 Mustang due to nothing really being available within the computer to add more hp. He said no one will pay $400-$500 for +4hp.

Can we please get some clarification from someone at Diablo regarding this. We as enthusiasts hear one thing from Diablo, then hear another from Diablo.

Us 2.4L owners would like and need more performance out of our engines. The 3.6 is powerful on it's own without a tune added to it.

We need more power in the 2.4L captain!!


The person you spoke to was probably Mike Litsch. The 2.4 is an economy motor, not a performance motor. Theres nothing there. You can't get blood out of a rock, and you can't make power tuning a naturally aspirated 4 cylinder (or many 6's either).
2017 BMW X3 xDrive35i
BMS Stage 1, aFe Drop in.

2000 Ford F150 SVT Lightning #3990 of 4966
6#, FBO. Not running right.

2018 Chevy Equinox LT 2.0T
K&N Drop-in

2015 BMW 335i GT #1 of 1, as equipped
MPPK FBO.
404whp, 435wft/lbs


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I've wanted this the day I got my car so yeah I'm down!! Sign me up! :D


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Location: DiabloSport World Headquarters

ExquizitAvenger wrote:
I am 100% on board with this.
I spoke with an employee at SEMA regarding the 2.4L Dodge/Chrysler motor about a tune being there is a tune for the 3.6L.
I was plainly told NO. He said that there was nothing available in the 2.4 to free up like there was with the Torque Management in the 3.6. He mentioned you won't be doing a tuner for the 2015/2016 V6 Mustang due to nothing really being available within the computer to add more hp. He said no one will pay $400-$500 for +4hp.

Can we please get some clarification from someone at Diablo regarding this. We as enthusiasts hear one thing from Diablo, then hear another from Diablo.

Us 2.4L owners would like and need more performance out of our engines. The 3.6 is powerful on it's own without a tune added to it.

We need more power in the 2.4L captain!!

I may have mentioned that we didn't do the 10-15 V6 Camaros due to no solid gains to be found, but 15-16 V6 Mustang is currently supported for custom tuning and will soon have canned tunes, the V6 Mustangs have generally showed decent gains when tuned over the years.

Tunes for N/A 4 cylinders are rarely going to show much of a gain, especially on any new DI based stuff, but show us interest in large quantities and we may have to reconsider ;)
Mike Litsch
Powerteq Customer Service Manager
Diablo Tech support by phone:
561-908-0040x4
M-F 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM EST


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I've had my 2.4l Dodge Avenger for two years and would love to have a tuner specific the her. I'd gladly pay and support!


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mikel wrote:
ExquizitAvenger wrote:
I am 100% on board with this.
I spoke with an employee at SEMA regarding the 2.4L Dodge/Chrysler motor about a tune being there is a tune for the 3.6L.
I was plainly told NO. He said that there was nothing available in the 2.4 to free up like there was with the Torque Management in the 3.6. He mentioned you won't be doing a tuner for the 2015/2016 V6 Mustang due to nothing really being available within the computer to add more hp. He said no one will pay $400-$500 for +4hp.

Can we please get some clarification from someone at Diablo regarding this. We as enthusiasts hear one thing from Diablo, then hear another from Diablo.

Us 2.4L owners would like and need more performance out of our engines. The 3.6 is powerful on it's own without a tune added to it.

We need more power in the 2.4L captain!!

I may have mentioned that we didn't do the 10-15 V6 Camaros due to no solid gains to be found, but 15-16 V6 Mustang is currently supported for custom tuning and will soon have canned tunes, the V6 Mustangs have generally showed decent gains when tuned over the years.

Tunes for N/A 4 cylinders are rarely going to show much of a gain, especially on any new DI based stuff, but show us interest in large quantities and we may have to reconsider ;)

You got it mike we have more interested


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Location: DiabloSport World Headquarters

any one of you guys know your calibration ID? Can get it with one of our tools or most any scanner...post up if so.
Mike Litsch
Powerteq Customer Service Manager
Diablo Tech support by phone:
561-908-0040x4
M-F 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM EST


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mikel wrote:
any one of you guys know your calibration ID? Can get it with one of our tools or most any scanner...post up if so.

Where do you find that?


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Location: DiabloSport World Headquarters

using a scan tool plugged into the vehicle.
Mike Litsch
Powerteq Customer Service Manager
Diablo Tech support by phone:
561-908-0040x4
M-F 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM EST

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