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Old 06-05-2014, 09:53 AM   #1
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Flashcal vs Hyperchips Speedo Calib?

I have a 2012 Rubi with an auto transmission and am lifting my Jeep this weekend and putting on some 35's. I was curious as if anyone had input on which of these devices were best for the entry level section of the market. I dont have any desire to mess with engine tunes, but shift points seem like it might be worthwhile. They both do the tire size adjustment which is nice... but I am not seeing too much info on the hypertech on whether it adjusts the TPMS or not.

Any insight on these?

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Old 06-05-2014, 10:39 AM   #2
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I was in your same shoes after I upgraded to some 295/70/18's on my stock Altitude wheels. After doing a lot of research I ended up buying the Superchips FlashCal. One cool thing about it if you decide that you need a little more performance out of your JK is that you can install the Paq part for $150 when you register and update your FlashCal. I think about it here and there to see if it would be worth buying the performer software to compensate but not changing my 3.73 gearing. Also having the LCD and it being a backlight screen is really nice where your thumbing through the simple menus on what you'd like to change.

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Old 06-05-2014, 10:56 AM   #3
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Good point!
I know you can update the Hypertech module too, but it seems like they still dont have TPMS adjustment which is odd. Wish 4WP sold the ProCal or I would pick that up in a heartbeat... but it missing the screen does suck too.
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Good point!
I know you can update the Hypertech module too, but it seems like they still dont have TPMS adjustment which is odd. Wish 4WP sold the ProCal or I would pick that up in a heartbeat... but it missing the screen does suck too.
We have a lot of customers that are very happy with the Superchips Flashcal. It will do everything you everything you want/need it to do and there is a ton of support for them.

Let me know if you'd like a quote on one and I can get you set up with a price!

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Old 06-05-2014, 12:29 PM   #5
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Thanks Ryan!
Ive already got a source here local though that I am swapping out the Hypertech for. Just making sure I wasnt overlooking some features that werent advertised.
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