This product CAN NOT ship to California due
to CARB regulations.
Bully Dog GT diesel tuner is an engine tuner and vehicle monitoring
device.The GT has a 2.4" screen and unlike the PMT does
not come with a pyrometer kit. The GT is designed to remain
plugged into the vehicle's OBDII port during vehicle operation
so it can monitor and display critical vehicle information such
as exhaust gas temperature and transmission temperature. The
GT can also modify certain vehicle characteristics such as speed
limiters, transmission tuning and many others depending on you
The Tuner feature adds power & economy mapping.
The GT allows the operator to monitor over 20 vehicle functions
The Safety Monitor keeps track of vehicle temperatures and
reduces horsepower when the temperature become too high.
Coach - Increase Fuel Economy
This feature is designed to help the user drive more efficiently.
As a Driving Coach the GT will give the vehicle operator real
time driving advice in order to maximize fuel economy up to
37% (according to edmunds.com). It coaches the driver into
better driving habits by providing real time visual and audio
feedback pertaining to how efficiently he or she is driving.
The Driving Coach also provides a "grade," on how
efficiently the operator drove during a particular trip. This
makes driving efficiently both constructive as well as fun!
Options (where applicable)
Seat Belt Reminder Chime
Auto Door Lock
Real Time Fuel Economy
Average Fuel Economy
Trip Fuel Economy
Fuel Rail Pressure
Manifold Absolute Pressure
Air Intake Temperature
Mass Air Flow (grams/sec)
Ambient Air Temperature
The Bully Dog GT tuner comes with a custom windshield
mount. In addition the GT mounting socket on the back
of the unit is a universal T-socket style mount. This T-socket
will accommodate almost any off the shelve mounting style. Various
mounting styles can be found at any major electronics retailer.
2001-2010 Duramax 6.6L
2011-2013 Duramax LML
2003-2012 Dodge 5.9L & 6.7L
(NOT ON THE FLY)
(NOT ON THE FLY)
This product CAN NOT ship to California due to CARB regulations.