Superchips VIVID LINQ 118580
2011-2012 Ford 6.7L Powerstroke
The VIVID LINQ
delivers a true next generation experience and includes the same award
winning tunes and features as the Flashpaq, but with more. LINQ is a
Bluetooth enabled tuning device that plugs into your vehicle’s OBDII
diagnostic port and wirelessly syncs to Android 2.2 and up enabled smart
phones. Create the ultimate vehicle monitoring experience via your
smart phone with LINQ’s gauges, diagnostics, performance tests, advanced
tuning features, scan tool, and mileage mentor!
- Turns your Android smartphone into a wireless tuning device
- Virtual dashboard with diagnostics, driving coach and a PID reader
- Improve HP, TQ, and drivability
- Enhanced Throttle response
- Installs in minutes
- Scan Tool/Diagnostics
- Intercept PIDs on the bus and display them in real-time
- Gauges provide vital information when towing, off-road or at the track
- Includes several gauge sets
- Maximize track performance with real-time feedback
Performance: up to + 157 HP, 180 lbs-ft TQ Max Gains
Towing: up to + 80 HP, 170 lbs-ft TQ Max Gains
Shift Points: Tuned
Transmission Settings: optimized for each tuning level
Speed Limiter: 95 MPH or 255 MPH
Air Filter Compatible: Yes
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Hope you have time
12/6/2012 9:17 PM
I got it to use on my 2011 f250 the start up and install to forever almost 90 min. Even when switching between modes it takes a very long time. But the app idea is nice. I did like the power gains. In the end I returned it just to much time.
2012 F-250 Install - Pros/Cons
6/30/2012 8:22 AM
Installed on my 2012 F250 6.7 Diesel yesterday.
Pros: Crazy HP and Torque on Performance mode; drives smoother than stock if not driving aggressive (shifts, accellerator pedal feedback, etc), throttle response much better. Found the DAQ to be the most helpful screen and adding PID's to this screen seems to be the best option.
Cons: Mostly with the app/software; Mileage Mentor doesn't work with my model's PIDs, Inclinometer only measures roll, not pitch (truck has built in app on the instrument cluster so no biggie); Several of the PID gauges are available to add to the Gauges screen, but needles don't ever move or read strange results; I only have 3 tuning modes (Performance, Heavy Tow, and Mileage XS SAVE) - the demo has a few more.
All-in-all, the performance this thing puts out is INSANE! Havent tried anything but performance, but it's pretty good so far.