Back in the day, engines run totally on mechanical components. These parts react solely on the mechanic's adjustments and the owner's manner of driving. The older generation fondly recalls these moments if you are lucky to have them spill their automotive exploits during their youth. You will get stories of how easier it was to fix cars and how convenient it was for them to learn the basics of tinkering with engines all in their fathers' backyards. Those stories are usually accompanied by lines like, "Those were the days." However, having vehicles run solely on mechanical components has its downside too. There were not much real-time compensations happening for vehicles other than the mechanic cranking, overhauling, and replacing parts. Engines proved to be inefficient. As automotive technology progressed, the industry found a way to bring the best out of engines by adding computers. Diesel engines benefitted a lot from this. The lumbering engines used for pulling and hauling now got a chance for redemption. Little by little, diesel engines began performing better with the help of turbochargers, computer chips, and many more. In the spirit of progressive modifications, we tried out the BD Diesel injector driver module.
- Quick and easy tuning adjustment
- Plug and play installation
- Improves torque, horsepower, and fuel economy
- What's good about it was we were able to install it by ourselves. The plug and play set-up of the injector driver module made it easy to mount and connect to the diesel engine's system. We were done installing it in about fifteen minutes. Moreover, that circuitry remained discreet in the engine bay. It was able to integrate itself to the components without looking like a sore thumb. It didn't turn entirely into a sleeper look but it came close to it.
- On the road, we felt the improvement with the engine's performance. The truck was pulling harder without putting in too much stress. We couldn't wait to catch the next trucking competition to race it on the strip.
- We found out that the BD Diesel injector driver module is illegal for street vehicles in California. However, if you want to persist using it within the state, we would suggest that you run your truck on the track or strip. Otherwise, the best thing to do is follow what we did: have the component installed in some other state and drive it there.
The BD Diesel injector driver module can improve the way your engine delivers power. Just make sure you choose the right model for your vehicle and application to ensure the safety and longevity of the product and your vehicle.