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Old 06-11-2013, 12:22 PM   #1
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Superchips Flashcal - T Case Hi/Lo Ratio Adjust

On the Superchips flashcal there are options to adjust the Transfer Case Ratio. One for High and one for Low. you select from a range of 0.5 to 10.

What do these settings actually do? I have a sport so my TCase is 2.7:1, does this mean i can change the TCase low ratio to 1.5 and now effectively have a 4:1 TCase?

It seems weird to me if that's what it means as I'm pretty sure my TCase is all full of cogs and mechanical stuff so I'm not sure how Flashcal can change any of that.

Or does it do something else completely different?

this is from the manual.....
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ok - so this is either so obvious that people are too embarassed to tell me what an idiot i am, or no-one else knows either......

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You answered your own question.
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no you can not change the actual ratios mechanically speaking. If you change transfer cases to a rubicon transfer case you can program your ecm via the flashcal.
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I just picked up a flash cal for my tire size and tpms and I have a 13 10A Rubi. I was wondering the same what do these settings do pls let me know? What should they be set at?
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Anything. Help on these settings.
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Old 07-20-2013, 05:43 PM   #7
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I just picked up a flash cal for my tire size and tpms and I have a 13 10A Rubi. I was wondering the same what do these settings do pls let me know? What should they be set at?
They should be set at whatever they're set at unless you've swapped transfer cases.
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Old 07-20-2013, 06:02 PM   #8
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