Bully Dog GT Tuners

Bully Dog Triple Dog GT Tuner

Diesel & Gas Vehicle Programmers Chips & Tuners

GT PLATINUM DIESEL - 40420

Bully Dog Triple Dog GT Platinum Tuner 40420Bully Dog Triple Dog GT Platinum Programmer 40420

GT PLATINUM GAS - 40417

Bully Dog Triple Dog GT Platinum Tuner 40417Bully Dog Triple Dog GT Platinum Programmer 40417

Bully Dog Triple Dog GT Tuner 40410Bully Dog Triple Dog GT Programmer 40410
  • Added horsepower and torque
  • Improved fuel economy AND Safety Defueling
  • On-the-fly power programmer level adjustment
  • Four different power levels to choose from
  • Free internet updates and upgrades AND Easy installation (20-40 minutes)
  • Monitor and display vehicle parameters (PIDs)
  • Full Color display with multiple color themes
  • User set daytime and nightime driving modes
  • Display current gear on vehicles with auto trans.
  • Vehicle specific download features
  • Display instant fuel economy and trip fuel economy
  • Adjust tire size for OEM speedometer on select vehicles AND Exclusive Driving Coach feature, Patent Pending

This unlocks only the driver door when the key UNLOCK button is pushed twice. When this setting is switched OFF, the key UNLOCK button will unlock all the doors.

Control how long accessory items will remain on after the engine has been turned off and the doors remain closed. Accessory items include the radio, cigarette lighter, etc.

Adjust the throttle position sensor readings. Typical stock setting for a pedal pressed halfway to the floor is 30%. Change the setting to 50% to provide more room for acceleration (great for racing on a designated racetrack). Change the setting to a value that is smaller than 30% to desensitize the throttle (great for off-road driving).

Adjust the timing of your engine from +4 to -8 to increase power or fuel economy according to your vehicles specifications.

The tune for the vehicle application is exempt in the State of California and can be used legally.

Enable the vehicle to automatically lock all the doors any time it reaches a speed of 15 mph. Once the vehicle comes to a stop, if the drivers door is the first to open, then all other doors will automatically unlock.

Enable the vehicle to automatically unlock all doors once the vehicle has come to a stop and the shifter is in PARK.

Easily engage the wheel lockers for off-road traction. Rubicon Only (Off Road)

Stock Setting: Disable for 4WD Low only up to 25 mph. Choose disable to return to the stock setting.

Lock front and rear differentials in 4WD-Low, 4WD-Hi and 2WD. To enable this feature, highlight the enable button and return to the main screen, then press the locker button on the dash (once for front and twice for rear). The front locker will automatically unlock above 20 mph. The rear locker will automatically unlock above 25 mph. Both lockers will automatically reengage (lock) if the system is still activated and the vehicle speed drops below those speeds.

Correct the vehicle speedometer (and fuel efficiency calculations) if you have changed the gear ratio on your vehicle. If no gear ration modifications have been made to the vehicle, then choose the stock setting when the tuner prompts you to choose a gear ratio. This will ensure that no modifications are made to the stock program.

Current atmospheric pressure.

Current battery voltage.

Current turbo boost pressure.

Used to enable or disable the use of a specialized data table for turbo/supercharged engines. (Enabled: Peak torque calculations take effect when the overboost timer has expired. Otherwise it would perform like a regular engine)

This will disable the BTM from functioning when the traction control system is switched off.

Current coolant temperature; this information is used for warning level and safety defueling settings.

Disable or enable daytime running lights.

A safety measure included for horsepower tunes, the defueling capabilities will automatically turn off the additional horsepower if particular parameters (like coolant temperatures) reach previously set levels to prevent extreme temperatures and help protect the engine from heat damage. (This option is only available for diesel vehicles.)

Disable the traction control. Unlike the [DTC] button on the dash, the traction control will stay off until the setting on the GT is changed even if the vehicle is turned off.

This changes the brightness when canceling the lights for the indicator light of the combination meter, A/C indicator light and clock.

This changes the brightness when dimming the indicator light of the combination meter, A/C indicator light and clock.

Codes used by vehicle manufacturers to identify problems; this information is gathered by the engine computer and accessible through the vehicles diagnostic port (OBDII).

This function is used to delete what the Electronic Controlled Transmission has learned.

Enable or disable the engine fan regardless of coolant temperature. (This feature does not take effect until the GT returns to the Main Gauge Screen.) The coolant temperature light will not indicate if the vehicle begins to overheat when the fan is disabled.

This will change the Entry Delay Time, or the period before starting the warning, by the Passive Mode.

Run the fog lights and the high beams at the same time.

This sets the time the Outer Foot Light is on.

Used to enable or disable the Fuel Dynamics Compensation algorithms.

This option displays a real-time measurement of the vehicles fuel economy shown in miles per gallon (mpg).

This option displays the amount of fuel being used at any given time shown in gallons per hour.

Set the amount of time that the head lamps remain on after the engine has been turned off.

Adjust the length of the horn chirp to either short or long when vehicle is locked using the remote control unit.

The vehicle horn will sound each time the doors are locked by a remote control unit while this feature is enabled.

Adjust the length of time the lights remain on when a vehicle is unlocked using the remote control unit.

700 RPM. Choose disable to return to stock setting.

500-1500 RPM. Enable and select a value for Engine Idle position. This is a great feature for keeping voltage in the vehicle up while running auxiliary electronics off of the vehicles power system. (This feature does not take effect until the GT is at the Main Screen.) This feature only works in park or neutral. It will automatically turn off as soon as the vehicle is put into gear. It will automatically turn back on the next time the vehicle goes into park or neutral.

This feature will send a request to the engine computer to start the desoot process of the diesel particulate filter (DPF).

The operating pressure in a fuel rail.

The time the injector stays open for each injection event; usually displayed in milliseconds (ms).

This option shows the intake air temperature. Air temperature affects combustion temperature and engine performance. Adding a Bully Dog Rapid Flow Induction (RFI) Cold Air Intake will lower this temperature, improve performance, and increase horsepower.

This will turn the interior light on when the ignition switch is turned from ACC to LOCK. This will also turn on the interior light, ignition light and step light on when the door is unlocked by the door key cylinder.

This changes the volume of the key reminder buzzer.

This will light the headlight for a time after the doors are closed with the ignition switch turned ON and the light control switch is at HEAD or AUTO and the headlight is ON.

This adjusts the sensitivity of the lights automatically.

This function changes the time between when the doors are closed and the lights go off when the light control switch is at HEAD or AUTO, and the headlight is on.

This gauge feature displays a measurement of how hard the engine is working; it is shown as a percentage (out of 100%) and is based on original equipment manufacturer (OEM) specifications.

The ability to accelerate a vehicle at low RPM levels; low-end power is related to the amount of torque created by a vehicle.

Intake pressure as measured by the manifold absolute pressure (MAP) gauge.

The intake air flow as measured by the mass airflow (MAF) sensor.

Enabling the Multiple Displacement System (MDS) initiates a fuel saving 4-cylinder engine mode and disables additional engine cylinders.

This gauge option shows the engine oil temperature in F or C.

Jeep Wrangler Only

If a door is open when vehicle is being locked by the wireless door lock, a buzzer will sound.

The hazard lights will flash each time the doors are locked by a remote control unit when this feature is enabled.

The ON setting will enable the Theft Deterrent System by pressing and holding the Panic Button. Use the Lock Button if the Panic Button is unavailable.

Passive Mode

This will set the Theft Deterrent System in 30 seconds after the Driver door is closed and the Key is removed from the Ignition Key Cylinder.

This function will adjust the volume of the buzzer while the PBD operates.

This feature offers drag racers the ability to complete the mile and 0-100 KPH performance tests. You can also download saved test results from a GT or WatchDog to a computer and analyze it using the Bully Dog Performance Testing Software. The software is available by free download from www.bullydog.com.

Allows the user to keep the interior and exterior lights off when door is opened and closed.

This makes the driver window (and all windows, depending on vehicle grade) and sunroof close if the driver window control is held closed. If the driver door window control is held open, the drivers door window (and all the windows, depending on vehicle grade) and the sunroof will open.

A pyrometer (pyro) measures exhaust gas temperatures (EGTs); which can be used for defuel and warning level settings to help protect the engine from heat damage.

Regulate the highest RPM that an engine can reach before the engine is electronically limited. Increasing the RPM limit is recommended only for racing purposes. Once of the most important ways to protect your engine from damage is to keep the RPMs from going too high.

RPM

Revolutions per Minute: a measurement of engine speed, specifically how many times the crankshaft rotates in one minute.

Turn off the seat belt reminder chime.

Change tuning level while driving.

Change the RPM level at which your automatic transmission will shift gears when the throttle is wide open.

Change the way your vehicle unlocks when using a remote. Unlock only the driver door with the first button press and unlock the passenger doors by pressing the button again, or unlock all the doors at once.

This gauge option displays the current vehicle speed. Monitoring this information can help to ensure that the speed displayed on the GT or WatchDog and the vehicle speedometer match the actual vehicle speed. Other important numbers, like the odometer and fuel efficiency, are based on this information.

Change the top speed that the car will reach before the engine automatically limits the power needed to go faster.

This will open the sliding roof if the door switch is held to UNLOCK and the ignition switch is OFF. This will also close the sliding roof if the door switch is held to LOCK and the ignition switch is OFF.

This selects the opening direction of the sliding roof when holding the driver side door key unlocked for a certain time when the ignition switch is OFF.

Disconnect the front sway bar for better off-road stability.

Rubicon Only

4WD Low, 4WD-Hi, and 2WD up to 25 mph. To enable this feature, highlight the enable button and return to the main screen, then press the sway bar button on the vehicle dash. At 25 mph and above, the sway bar will automatically reconnect itself as a built in safety feature. If a vehicle returns to a speed lower than 25 mph, the sway bar will automatically disconnect as long as the dash button is still activated.

Disables the sway bar disconnect option for 4WD Low at low speeds. Choose disable on the GT to return to the stock setting.

Switch between O2 sensors for correct Air/ Fuel Ratio values.

Nissan Vehicles Only

This gauge option shows the throttle position measurement - it is displayed as the percent open (out of 100%). This information is used by the Driving Coach to indicate where changes can be made to driving habits to maximize fuel efficiency.

Adjust the throttle sensitivity for stock, fuel saver, performance and extreme modes.

Correct the speedometer if you have changed your tire size from stock.

This gauge option shows a real-time reading of the timing position as the vehicle is running.

Change or disable the Tire Pressure Monitoring System.

This function will disable Traction Control.

This function is for users who have physically replaced the Transfer Case. It is only necessary to adjust this when swapping out the Transfer Case for a different Case with a different low range ratio.

Hold, resume and reset transmission adaptive learning (TAL), which changes the way the automatic transmission in the vehicle shifts based on driving habits. To pause or stop the TAL process, choose hold. To continue a paused TAL process, choose resume. To restart and relearn driving habits, choose reset.

Change the RPMs at which an automatic transmission will change gears.

This gauge option shows the transmission temperature. This information is used in defuel settings to help prevent heat damage to the transmission. (This gauge option is not available on all vehicles.)

Change the shift firmness of an automatic transmission.

Tuning levels are the different type of engine tunes available on the GT (Gauge Tuner).

Stock, Tow/Economy, Performance and Extreme

: Stock, Regular, Premium and Off Road.

Use the GT to disable this feature so all of your vehicle doors will unlock with one press of the button on a remote door lock unit.

GT and WatchDog units can provide an audio and/or visual warning when certain parameters meet a preset level; this can help the driver prevent heat damage to the engine.

This will turn the Glass Break Sensor ON or OFF.

This turns the glass break sensor ON or OFF. It is only functional when the vehicle has a glass break sensor.

Nissan Only

Remove the throttle position governor and use up to 100% of your vehicle throttle before you reach 40 mph.

This will change the amount of time from unlocking the door(s) with the wireless key to re-locking them automatically.

This is used to turn the wireless door lock ON or OFF.

Wireless Auto Lock

This automatically locks doors after they are unlocked with the wireless key.

This function changes the operation of the PBD by transmitter.

This function is used to calibrate the Yaw Rate Sensor.


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