There are many different options to upgrading your vehicle to help save money in the long run. One such option would be a tuner, and not just any tuner but a MADS Smarty Tuners with CaTCHER Software.
MADS has a tuning software that is as well known as CaTCHER software. MADS is originally known for EPROMs and Flash-EPROMs or chips which could be installed in place of the original OEM EPROMs and Flash-EPROMs located in the vehicle’s on-board control module. These chips, just like the tuners of today, keep the entire vehicle safety and emissions systems intact, but modify the fuel injection settings to deliver dramatic power, torque and driveability improvements.
Also, fuel consumption is one of the most important point of company research. CaTCHER software can be used to reduce fuel consumption up to 15% depending on the driving condition. Saving money and reducing the vehicle emissions.
With the advent of OBD-II vehicle control module in the early 1990’s, most domestic vehicle manufacturers installed under-dash ports, or ALDL ports, which allowed dealers and service techs to re-flash the vehicle’s control module to change engine settings without replacing any chip.
So today, instead of chips, MADS company primarily sells hand-held tuners which achieve the same dramatic drivetrain improvements, without the hassle of popping the hood, pulling out the vehicle control module, and replacing a chip.
Installation is quick and easy, taking about 5 minutes, depending on the truck model, and requiring no tools or mechanical skills whatsoever.
Give us a call at 714-848-2170 M-F from 8-5 PST – We will answer your questions regarding the MADS Smarty Tuners with CaTCHER Software . Ask about Free Shipping!
Live locally? Feel free to stop by our location and meet us! OC DIESEL, INC. is located at 17242 Gothard Street, Huntington Beach, CA 92647 Suites A and B. In addition to carrying MADS Smarty Tuners with CaTCHER Software, we have a full service shop staffed with knowledgeable technicians who are ready to squash any Diesel Repair issues.