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The inTune is Diablo's replacement for the Predator. It is a much more advanced tool that offers much easier updates without bulking interface kits. It has an easy to use touch screen interface, and comes with loads of memory for storing multiple tunes. Lastly, it is one part number for all vehicles Diablo supports..so you can use it on other cars later (can only have tunes installed on one car at a time.
The Trinity is everything the inTune is, plus it designed to mount in your car, and act as your one stop onboard performance computer. It includes features such as virtual gauges to monitor any parameter your cars computer reports, and a virtual dragstrip!
if i have a car with heads, cam, headers etc... and a custom tune, and i want to add new gears and new injectors could a hand held tuner mess up my custom tune or would i just be able to change them and go?
Anyone know if the 2008 tuner will work on the 2014 Coupe ,6.2?
I have one installed in my 2008 coupe and was going to keep it and install it in my 2014 coupe. Anyone see any problems?
I know I was advised that I-1000 or the T-1000 will work.
I don't know which I have.
According to DiabloSport's website, the 2014 Corvette is not yet supported. As for whether you have the inTune or Trinity - I do not know. The inTune is a handheld device and the Trinity you can mount in your car, similar to how a GPS would be mounted. Hope that helps!