DiabloSport inTune i3

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    Looks like DiabloSport has replaced the inTune i2 programmer with the inTune i3. Looks like the i3 has the same features as the i2 but the i3 has a more rugged case.

    http://www.diablosport.com/

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    More information from DiabloSport on i2 vs i3 ...

    New orders for the inTune i2 will be delivered to customers as a inTune i3.
    Both devices run the same tune databases.

    The inTune i2 is at "end of life" at the end of this month, September 2017.
    Any new functionality, new vehicle support, etc... will only be added to the inTune i3.
    The inTune i2 will continue to get updated regularly for at least a year, and by that time the OEMs are generally done coming up with new calibrations for these vehicles. DiabloSport will still support the i2 as needed and provide any required fixes.
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    And now they're replacing the Trinity... But looks like for the better... You won't have to use ds downloader... It'll work like the intune.
     

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