Gone are those days when one first had to cope up with screwdrivers and Holley carburetors to tune their hot rod engines up. Now in an age of electronic tuning, your hot rod engine tuning is actually as simple as texting your girlfriend or chitchat on messenger boxes.
UK-based electronic tuning company, Superchips has released Vivid Linq app. The app actually enables Android smartphone or tablet users to get engine management tuning and connection to the world via the web at the same time if someone prefers to use the app along with a dongle.
Apart from the aforesaid firm’s Vivid Linq, it is Diablo Sport’s InTune and SCT Performance’s iTSX (exclusive for iPhones and iPads) too can take-on engine management tuning at fingertips.
A Superchips official stated that the Vivid Linq s the first pocket-size device that gives the engine management tuning, instrumentation, data acquisition, diagnostics, web connectivity and entertainment in one platform.
The Vivid Linq features a 1GHz processor and a Bluetooth-enabled OBD-II module, loaded with many Superchips Auto-apps, including Performance Tuning, Gauge Set, Maintenance Minder, Driving Coach, Inclinometer and G-Force Meter. The Vivid Linq has the capability to handle all digital devices’ core competencies like photos, videos, music etc. Vivid Linq can be expected to hit the market soon, while its price tag is yet to be revealed.