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Old 12-04-2011, 06:30 AM   #1
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Which one from this three

WHICH ONE MOD ITS MORE IMPORTANT AND WHY
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Old 12-04-2011, 06:33 AM   #2
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It all depends on what you do and intend to do with your JK

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Old 12-04-2011, 06:40 AM   #3
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I would choose between the Winch (1st choice) or Compressor,Wouldn't take the programmer if it were free.
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Old 12-04-2011, 08:43 AM   #4
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I would choose between the Winch (1st choice) or Compressor,Wouldn't take the programmer if it were free.
Why wouldnt u choose programmer?
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programmer only works for 2007-2010 no? Not very useful for those of us with newer jk's. Personally, I would go with the onboard air, but thats because I only offroad with other jeepers, so there are always plenty of winches and recovery straps. Nothing more annoying than driving 5-10 miles to the nearest gas station on 15 psi!
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programmer only works for 2007-2010 no? Not very useful for those of us with newer jk's. Personally, I would go with the onboard air, but thats because I only offroad with other jeepers, so there are always plenty of winches and recovery straps. Nothing more annoying than driving 5-10 miles to the nearest gas station on 15 psi!
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programmer only works for 2007-2010 no? Not very useful for those of us with newer jk's. Personally, I would go with the onboard air, but thats because I only offroad with other jeepers, so there are always plenty of winches and recovery straps. Nothing more annoying than driving 5-10 miles to the nearest gas station on 15 psi!
what he said, and if you really want a programmer get the AEV, it does a ton of stuff that the 300 dollar ones do.
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Old 12-04-2011, 09:59 AM   #8
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I have 35's on a 2010 rubi with a 2.5" lift. Would the AEV be enough to fix the speedometer and such?
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I have 35's on a 2010 rubi with a 2.5" lift. Would the AEV be enough to fix the speedometer and such?
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what he said, and if you really want a programmer get the AEV, it does a ton of stuff that the 300 dollar ones do.
The AEV only fixes speedometers gears tire size and your low tire pressure. The Superchip is a Tuner it has a Crawl Feature and a setting for every octane of furl available. I run mine on 93 octane setting and there is defiantly a difference. Especially since I cant tell a difference moving from stock tires to 35s on my Rubi. Plus it also does everything the AEV does.
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The AEV only fixes speedometers gears tire size and your low tire pressure. The Superchip is a Tuner it has a Crawl Feature and a setting for every octane of furl available. I run mine on 93 octane setting and there is defiantly a difference. Especially since I cant tell a difference moving from stock tires to 35s on my Rubi. Plus it also does everything the AEV does.
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Old 12-04-2011, 10:45 AM   #12
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I would (did) get the winch and the air:

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He has a 2011
Well then the Superchip would be pointless for you but referring that the AEV and Superchip has the same functions is incorrect. The correct thing would be that they don't have a Superchip for a 2011+
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To refill your tires check out the Viair P-85. Pretty cheap from Amazon and they are pretty fast. Not fast enough? Get two!
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Old 12-04-2011, 11:42 AM   #16
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Out of the three, I'd go with the OBA. Superchips, no good for 2012. Warn vr8000 a little light for a JK. Definitley doable, but hold out for atleast a 9k winch.

Not to mention, OBAs look really trick under the hood.

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Will the OBA fit under the hood do a 2012? Pretty tight in there!
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Old 12-04-2011, 02:11 PM   #18
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I'm with Joe002: Warn 1200 hp with onboard air compressor. Two gifts in one.

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Superchips, Hypertech, etc don't have a tuner that works with the 2011-2012 yet.
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Old 12-04-2011, 06:54 PM   #19
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thanks all .
i know what to buy.i just have to find right price.
I CHOOSE OBA
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Old 12-04-2011, 07:36 PM   #20
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I wonder how that Warn unit holds up or lasts.
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I wonder how that Warn unit holds up or lasts.
the oba vendor on the site has a kit for 35's for 400 bucks, i cant imagine the extra 1200 for that winch/oba combo makes it that worth it. but then, I'm a cheapass
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the oba vendor on the site has a kit for 35's for 400 bucks, i cant imagine the extra 1200 for that winch/oba combo makes it that worth it. but then, I'm a cheapass
400 bucks ontop of the 1200 for powerplant that's craziness.
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400 bucks ontop of the 1200 for powerplant that's craziness.
the linked powerplant is 1800
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I'm with Joe002: Warn 1200 hp with onboard air compressor. Two gifts in one.

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Superchips, Hypertech, etc don't have a tuner that works with the 2011-2012 yet.

its nice............... but not 1700$$ nice lol
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the linked powerplant is 1800
Linked meaning it's run to a tank? I wouldn't run a tank if it cost that much more.
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its nice............... but not 1700$$ nice lol
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the oba vendor on the site has a kit for 35's for 400 bucks, i cant imagine the extra 1200 for that winch/oba combo makes it that worth it. but then, I'm a cheapass
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Linked meaning it's run to a tank? I wouldn't run a tank if it cost that much more.
Just puttin info out there for the masses. Buy it or don't. Entirely your choice.
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I hope no one pays retail - I didn’t. It cost me $1200 (OTD), which is still expensive. It comes with a small tank (1/2 gallon) which is fine for airing up.
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I hope no one pays retail - I didn’t. It cost me $1200 (OTD), which is still expensive. It comes with a small tank (1/2 gallon) which is fine for airing up.
What size tires you air up? I'm required to air up 4 35s from 12psi to 30 and 4 33s from 12psi to 30.
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What size tires you air up? I'm required to air up 4 35s from 12psi to 30 and 4 33s from 12psi to 30.
I have 35s. I air up from around 12 to around 32 in less than 2 minutes a tire.

For air up speed you need to check the CFM rating of the compressor. The PowerPlant is:12 CFM @ 0 psi, 5 CFM @ 90 psi.
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Let me know if you're interested in an OBA setup. If you are running 35's, the 400C compressor is what I would recommend, and that comes in the VIAIR Heavy Duty System.

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