TestimonialsIt took me a few week to bring myself to buy this tune, but now that I have it installed all I can say is wow.... just wow. This is the best money I have spent on my car! I have d…I was suffering for the transmission shudder had the tranny flushed then purchased the tune from Trifecta, I own a 2018 Chevy Colorado ZR2, this truck is amazing with this tune.…Ive had the tune for about 3 months now, what a difference. The main reason for the purchase was to improve the transmission performance, not sure about other Colorado owners bu…Amazing, One of the best upgrades I have done with my truck.
The horsepower wars are on with the GM 2.0L turbocharged LTG engine! At the time of writing (early 2019), there's finally some exciting big power adders for the LTG engine on the horizon, and it's one of the best times to be modding the LTG engine! TRIFECTA is pleased to show their contribution in this space, based on the Borg Warner EFR7670 turbocharger!
In the tuning world, it is commonly held that there are largely two types of “tunes”: “canned” and “customized”. TRIFECTA's tuning products are sometimes described as “canned”, but this is a misnomer, as “canned” implies you get what you get and that's it. This article explains the differences between “canned” and “customized” tunes and how TRIFECTA's tuning products are in one way a hybrid of the best qualities of both, and in another way are in a class of their own.
We took a 2012 Chevrolet Cruze, removed the factory 1.4L Turbo engine, and dropped in a 3.6L Twin Turbo engine from a 2014 Cadillac XTS VSport! It lives! 500hp Cruze anyone?
TRIFECTA is proud to present Autostop Delete - a new product line that simply disables the factory “autostop” feature! Introduced as a fuel-savings feature, “autostop” allows the vehicle to shut the engine off when the vehicle is stopped, and quickly restart it when the driver is ready to move the vehicle, but not all vehicle owners feel it works smoothly enough.
We have an extra LE2 (Gen2 Cruze) engine we're tearing down, and the first part we took off is the intake manifold. It's a relatively open plenum design, though what's fascinating is that GM relocated the throttle body centrally as opposed to a more "log style" the Gen1 engine used.