Advanced Fuel Dynamics Launches ProFlex Commander v.4.01 for Late Model Mopar Vehicles
March 24, 2023
March 24, 2023
Advanced Fuel Dynamics (AFD), a leading provider of performance fuel system solutions, has announced the release of its latest generation ProFlex Commander, version 4.0.1, for late model Mopar vehicles. The ProFlex Commander Gen 4 features improved digital injector management and resolves any erroneous check engine lights, making it the perfect solution for Mopar enthusiasts who are looking to upgrade their vehicle's performance.
With the ProFlex Commander Gen 4, owners of late model Mopar vehicles can now use E85 or gasoline interchangeably, providing them with increased power and better fuel efficiency. This technology allows Mopar owners to get the most out of their vehicles, unleashing the power that has been missing all along.
"For those Mopar enthusiasts looking to improve performance and fuel efficiency, AFD is so pleased to release the updated ProFlex Commander,” said Gray Fredrick, Director of Sales and Marketing for Advanced Fuel Dynamics. “For AFD customers who are already running a ProFlex Commander in their late model Mopar, rather than replacing their whole system, we developed a module they can switch out to receive all the benefits of the new system."
The ProFlex Commander Gen 4 is specifically designed for late model Mopar vehicles, ensuring compatibility and ease of installation. It is also backed by Advanced Fuel Dynamics' comprehensive technical support, ensuring that customers have the resources they need to make the most of their ProFlex Commander Gen 4.
Mopar owners looking to upgrade their vehicle's performance can now take advantage of the ProFlex Commander Gen 4. This powerful performance fuel system solution is now available for purchase. Get your Hemi what it's been missing and order your new ProFlex Commander Gen 4 for Mopar today.
For more information about the ProFlex Commander Gen 4 and other fuel system solutions from Advanced Fuel Dynamics, visit the company's website at www.advancedfueldynamics.com.