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Old 02-20-2013, 06:46 PM   #1
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Now Shipping at long last! Bullydog 07-13 JK Programmers

You heard it here first and we're stepping up to the plate by offering FREE NEXT DAY AIR on all orders! Retail is $587.99.

JeepAddOns.com Price is $499 delivered anywhere in the Lower 48 US (with FREE next day air)!!!

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Cliffnotes version: Bullydog has a programmer for the 07-13 JK that increases performance plus has a lot of cool offroad stuff in it. Buy one today!



Long technical drawn out version.

Bully Dog has stepped up to meet the demands of Jeep enthusiasts with the new Triple Dog GT for Jeep®; the new Jeep-focused gauge tuner is a must-have for a great off-road experience.

The Bully Dog Triple Dog GT Gas Tuner optimizes your Jeep’s performance in a major way. Jeep owners can enjoy tuning, monitoring capabilities, and special features exclusive to Bully Dog’s product line. Once the GT is downloaded, it also allows for speed and rev limiters, transmission shift point adjustments, speedometer and gear ratio calibration. All of the Trail features can be adjusted on the fly without needing to re-download. Install our GT for Jeep and discover a whole new world of additional capabilities for your powerful Jeep.

GAUGES
The Bully Dog GT for Jeep equips you for whatever the trail can throw at you, letting you keep an eye on your rig’s vitals with fully customizable gauges. Monitor RPM, exhaust gas temperature, transmission temperature and more quickly and easily. And with both analog and digital options as well as the ability to monitor five engine features at the same time, you can tell at a glance if your Jeep is behaving the way you want it to.

Driving Coach
Monitor your driving habits to improve fuel economy.

Engine Temps
You’ll want to keep an eye on your Engine Temp. No problem the GT will provide you live accurate data with audible alerts.

Transmission Temps
When you’re out putting your Jeep through its paces, keep an eye on your Transmission Temps. while listening for audible alerts.

Engine Load
Off-Roading in any form will put different amounts of load on your engine. The GT gives you instant feedback on engine load.

Audible Alerts
Set parameters to recieve audible alerts.

Many More
There are many other vehicle parameters available for you to monitor.
• Pyro
• Speed
• RPM
• Coolant Temperature
• Timing
• Transmision Temperature
• Throttle Position
• Intake Temperature
• Mass Air Flow
• Barometer
• Battery Voltage
• Load
• Injector Pulse Width
• Fuel Economy
• Fuel Flow
• A/F Ratio

Power Tuning
For times when you just need more power.
Premium: Horsepower tune for engines running premium fuel (91+ octane).
Regular: Horsepower tune for engines running regular fuel (85-90 octane).
Stock: No change in engine performance, but other tuning features can still be used.

Off-Road Tuning
When you head off-road this tune will give you more power and more control of the throttle for challenging terrain.
Trail: Throttle response is turned down for more control during bumpy off-road driving.

Tire Pressure Monitoring System:
Eliminate that a light on your dash.
Stock Setting: A stock Jeep will have preset value in the ECM of 30-34 PSI (depending on the vehicle). The OEM TPMS system will allow for a (+/-) 6 PSI variation in tire pressure from the stock set level before it throws a light.
GT Jeep Setting: Change the stock preset value to a number between 10 and 60 PSI. Once that setting is changed the OEM TPMS system will still allow for the + or – 6 PSI variation so tire pressure could be reduced to as low as 4
PSI. (The sensors in the tires and the value on a manual pressure tester will not necessarily match.)

Idle Adjust
We all get stuck at some point. Idle up to power that winch.
Stock Setting: 700 RPM. Press Disable to return to the stock setting.
GT Jeep Setting: 500-1500 RPM. Enable and select a value for the Engine Idle position. This is a great feature for keeping vehicle voltage up while running auxiliary electronics off of the vehicle’s power system. For example, this
special feature comes in handy for running a winch.
• This feature does not take effect until the GT is at the Main Gauge 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 an idle state.

Engine Fan:
Turn your engine fan off for water crossings. Or run the engine fan in high speed mode at any temp.
Stock Setting: The engine fan will activate the low speed setting if coolant temp reaches 215° F and its high speed setting will activate at about 225° F. Press Stock to return to the stock setting.
GT Jeep Setting: Use the Engine Fan feature to run the engine fan in high speed mode or disable it completely at any coolant temperature level (this option works like an on/off switch).

Disable Traction Control (Completely):
When it gets muddy you’ll need to disable your Traction Control completely! Available at the click of a button.
Stock Setting: Enabled. Press Enable to return to the stock setting.
GT Jeep Setting: Disabled. Highlight the “disable” button to instantly turn off traction control.
• After re-enabling traction control (reverting back to stock settings) the dash light may stay lit until the key is cycled.

Axle Ratio
Calibrate for change in axle gear ratio.
Stock Setting: Changing the axle gear ratio will result in not only an inaccurate speedometer but also can put the Jeep into limp mode
GT Jeep Setting: Allows for calibration during the download enabling the jeep user to put different gears on the vehicle and avoid incorrect speedometer and the vehicle will not go into limp mode.

Tire Size
Calibrate for change in tire size.
Stock Setting: Changing tire size will cause the speedometer to read incorrectly.
GT Jeep Setting: allows for change in tire size within the range of 32.2” and 45” calibrating the speedometer in the vehicle.

Sway Bar Disconnect: (Rubicon only)
When you need increased articulation disconnect your sway bars in 2WD, 4WD Hi and 4WD Low up to 30MPH.
Stock Setting: Disable for 4WD-low only up to 30 mph. Press Disable to return to stock setting.
GT Jeep Setting: 4WD Low, 4WD Hi, and 2WD up to 30 mph. To enable this feature, highlight the Enable button and return to the Main Gauge screen, then press the sway bar button on the vehicle dash.
• At 30 mph and above, the sway bar will automatically reconnect itself.
• If the vehicle returns to a speed lower than 30 mph, the sway bar will automatically disconnect as long as the dash button is still activated.

Axle Lockers: (Rubicon only)
Increase traction by engaging your lockers in 2WD, 4WD Hi and 4WD Low up to 30mph.
Stock Setting: Lock front and rear differentials in 4WD Low only. Press Disable to return to the stock setting.
GT Jeep Setting: Lock front and rear diffs in 4WD Low, 4WD Hi, and 2WD. To enable, highlight the enable button and return to the Main Gauge screen, then press the locker button on the dash once for rear and twice for front and rear.
• Automatically unlock frotn locker above 20 mph.
• Automatically unlock rear locker above 30 mph.
• Both lockers will automatically reengage (lock) if the vehicle returns to acceptable speeds and the system is still activated.

Accessory Delay:
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.
Headlight Delay:
Set the amount of time that the headlights remain on after the engine has turned off.
Horn Chirp On Lock:
The horn will sound each time the doors are locked by remote (when this feature is enabled with the GT for Jeep).
Optical Flash On Lock:
The headlights will flash each time the doors are locked by remote (when this feature is enabled with the GT for Jeep).
Auto Door Lock:
The vehicle will automatically lock all the doors when the vehicle starts moving (when this feature is enabled).
Unlock Driver Door:
Unlock all of the vehicle doors with one button press on a remote door lock unit (when this feature is disabled).
MDS
Disable 4-cylinder mode (’12-’13 only, 3.6L).
Speed Limiter
The vehicle speed limiter can be adjusted from 45 to 200 mph. ( I laugh at this one )

Rev Limiter (Drive)
Set the engine speed limiter between 5000 and 6200 rpm on ’07-’11 vehicles (3.8L) and between 5000 and 6700 on ’12-’13 vehicles (3.6L) (while the vehicle is in gear).
Rev Limiter (Idle)
Set the idle engine speed limiter between 5000 and 6200 rpm (while the vehicle is in neutral or park).
Adjust WOT Shift Points (Automatic Only)
Set full throttle shift points up to 6100 rpm between first gear and second gear and between second gear and third gear.
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Old 02-21-2013, 01:51 PM   #2
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Why on earth would you want to run your tires as low as 4psi in the "GT" setting?!?! Anything below 25% of placard is considered dangerous, and you open yourself up for catastrophic tire failure, tire separation from wheel, or tire blowout! The reward is definitley NOT worth the risk in this case.
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You wouldn't on the road. Airing down the tires is for the trail and for those running beadlocks in the rocks, 4 PSI it's very useful. I personally run 10-12 lbs. without beadlocks.
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Chris, for a 2012 JKUR any advantage of the Bully Dog 40440 over the 40410?
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10th anniversary

Does anyone know how many 2013people Rubicon 10th4 anniversary Jeeps were manufactured?
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Chris, for a 2012 JKUR any advantage of the Bully Dog 40440 over the 40410?
No major differences between the two outside that the 40440 is 49 state legal and 40410 includes California. The 40440 is Jeep specific, whereas the 40410 covers a wider variety of vehicles (the firmware you download is what determines what vehicle you run it on). The 40440 does receive updates and new features faster than the 40410 does because of California requirements.

The 40410 just recently released the firmware update making it available for the 2011 and up JK along with many of the newer Hemi models. Along with that update, they also increased the price of the 40410 to the same price as the 40440. If it were me, I'd go with the 40440 unless the person buying was in California simply for the fact that you're getting bug fixes and new features much faster than the 50 state approved 40410.

BTW, the 40440 is getting ready to be posted as this week's Deal of the Week.
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