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Old 04-23-2009, 09:33 PM
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Just upgraded to 35's, I have a manual transmission. Trying to decide on the procalc or the Superchips flashpak. Is the Superchips worth the extra money?
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Yep, it's a question of perceived value of the Superchips performance features for the 200 extra frogskins.

For me it's worth it and the knowledge that there will be continues improvements and additional features on the Flashpaq.
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I have used Superchips units on my Dodge Ram's in the past and they work well.

For my JK, I went with the ProCal unit as I just wanted the features it offered. Having used it I can say with was VERY simple to use and works perfect. Very happy with it.
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Two great products but it depends on what you are looking for.

Superchips for me!
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Thanks for the input. Guess I was wondering if you were able to get the performance they are claiming in the HP and torque dept. Also do you have to run premium gas to get those performance numbers claimed?
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While I'm sure the peak numbers are with the higher octane settings, it's been inferred by the chief engineer of the project that the gains at the regular octane rating are quite substantial and exceed their competitors performance levels on premium. Given that I was unable to find any seat of the pants performance increases with the competitive product, and have found it with both regular and premium tunes with the Superchips Flashpaq, which to me validates those comments.
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I ordered my flashpak today!
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Originally Posted by cojk View Post
Just upgraded to 35's, I have a manual transmission. Trying to decide on the procalc or the Superchips flashpak. Is the Superchips worth the extra money?
My opinon,yes worth every penny
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What if you make adjustments with and AEV procal then use the flashpaq? Will either of the settings become obsolete?
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Now another question... For 2.8 CRD which would be the best? First of all I want to switch TPMS off with my mud wheels and tires and turn it back on (maybe) with stock wheels when not wheelin.

Many answers are welcome.
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