|11-21-2013 09:14 AM|
haha....im sure you already know this but thats what you get when you copy and past bullet points from a forum post.
|11-21-2013 08:50 AM|
[QUOTE="Captain Ed;6267306"]I am under the assumption that the Procal will allow you to run without TPMS in the tires? Superchips is a free download. Can anyone confirm that this works for both devices? I like the Procal from what I read and heard but I want it to disable theTPMS because I dont want to buy them with my new tires.[/QUOTE
I have the Procal. Yes you can complletly turn off the TPMS. This is how I'm running with my after market wheels that don't have Sensors installed.
|11-21-2013 07:38 AM|
|Captain Ed||Putting the &bull before every point dosen't exactly induce confidence that this actually works.|
|11-20-2013 08:55 PM|
Right off super chips forum
Superchips Introduces “Real” Performance Tuning Options For 2012 - 2014*, 3.6L Jeep JK Wrangler vehicles.
Gain up to 30 HP* & 30 ft-lb* TQ in the 2012 - 2014* Jeep JK Wrangler
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• 93 Performance=30.0 HP @ 5400 RPM 31.0 TQ @ 5400 RPM
• 91 Performance=27.0 HP @ 5400 RPM 26.0 TQ @ 5400 RPM
• 87 Performance=20.0 HP @ 5400 RPM 21.0 TQ @ 5400 RPM
• SAVE (Mileage tune)
• Corrects speedometer for tires between 22.5” - 44.25”
• Corrects auto trans shifting when upgrading gears
(transfer case and rear axle) between 2.00 - 10.00
• 4-Hi front & rear axle lock options (Rubicon Only)
• Adjustable speed limiter options
• Electric fan adjustability for improved cooling
• Real time idle up feature
• Tire pressure monitoring adjustability (on and off-road)
• One-touch lane change options
• DTC reading and clearing
• Advanced data acquisition
• Internet updateable
• Pedal response adjustments
• ESP stability optimization
• Daytime running light options
• Radio delay
• Headlamp delay
• Door lock horn chirp and exterior
light flash options with keyless entry
Hard part compatibility:
• Cat-back exhaust systems
• Cold air intake and/or hi-flow air filter
*2014 JK 3.6L tuning is now in Beta test phase. Contact Superchips today to learn more!
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|11-20-2013 06:17 PM|
I am under the assumption that the Procal will allow you to run without TPMS in the tires? Superchips is a free download.
Can anyone confirm that this works for both devices? I like the Procal from what I read and heard but I want it to disable theTPMS because I dont want to buy them with my new tires.
|10-30-2013 08:04 AM|
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|10-21-2013 12:37 PM|
I need to revive this thread....have some questions that are not being answered by reading back through. So here goes...
Correct me if im wrong (im new to the tuning business) but the difference between the flashpaq and the procal is the tunes in the flashpaq right? and obviously the price....
Is anyone using the flashpaq on a 13' Rubicon with the 6-speed? is it worth it? I really only need to change my tpms threshold and pull a check engine code...but If the tunes are worth it I may splurge for the paq over the cal becasue there is some slight hesitation in the engine during acceleration mainly in third gear while accelerating. Thanks for any feedback....
|09-10-2013 07:27 PM|
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|09-09-2013 12:25 PM|
|Jeep757||Wondering about the Flashpaq as well, ive got an 08 6-speed manual an wondering if its worth droppinging the $280-$300 on the tunes.|
|09-09-2013 10:04 AM|
|aug0211||Any updates on these? Also, wondering about 2014 compatibility.|
|08-06-2013 01:29 AM|
|terrabit||Any body using this? Just wanting to calibrate for larger tires.|
|07-30-2013 08:39 AM|
I too want to know if the SuperChips FlashPAQ actually works or not. Totally different products!
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|06-20-2013 05:32 AM|
|speedguy||Thanks for the video. I tried to replicate your run at 30 and found that my rpms are almost right where yours are, so that gives me some assurance. When I increased throttle, however, mine held on to 4th gear much longer which might be why I notice lugging while cruising.|
|06-18-2013 10:06 PM|
|06-18-2013 09:51 PM|
|Spyder1049||I'm getting great gas mileage with duratracs 315 70 17, 4.10 gears, procal is finally dialed in , banks cai, and banks monster exhaust, aev 2.5 lift. Jeep has plenty of balls, I was worried I wouldn't be happy and have to regear but no way, it rocks|
|06-18-2013 09:32 PM|
|terrabit||Thanks! This is the dilemma I am facing: 4.1 for highway or 4.56 for everything else. 3.73 is not horrible, it's actually fine if you're deep into the skinny pedal. It's when you're driving moderately, when it shifts down at <3k and drops below 2k that it feels sluggish. This engine does not like to accelerate from below 2k. It'll cruise there just fine, but if you need to do anything fast - good luck.|
|06-18-2013 10:35 AM|
|speedguy||I can tell you what my experience has been: After calibrating my speedo, my 2013 auto with 4.10 gears, 315 Duratracs, and AEV 2.5 accelerates great and handles great. I will not need to upgrade to 4.56 gears, as this setup has worked great for me in so far with 4,000 miles of commuting and some tough wheeling in mud holes, sand dunes, steep climbs and a swamp. If you have already decided to swap gears but you aren't sure whether to go with 4.10 or 4.56, I would suggest 4.56 if you do mostly city driving or tow often and 4.10 if you do mostly country or highway driving and tow occasionally. This is because with 4.10, when I cruise at speeds below 40 or 50 mph, the tranny shifts up to the next gear to save fuel, causing the engine to lugg a little. The vibration and noise is a little annoying. If you do mostly country or highway driving, you will rarely experience this issue and you will get better gas mileage with 4.10 gears. If you do mostly city driving, it would be nice to have 4.56 gears to help avoid the lugging and provide a little more torque as you are constantly speeding up, slowing down, and shifting.|
|06-17-2013 10:19 PM|
I have a 2013 JKUR w/3.73 auto on 35" tires. I do not like the way it shifts either. It has not been recalibrated.
Do you feel like your 4.10 give you a good ratio or does it still feel underpowered? I'm considering 4.56.
|06-08-2013 10:50 PM|
As you can see 1300 RPM at 30 on cruise and ECO is on. When I hit the shifter it goes to 3 so I was on 4th and on Eco.
|06-07-2013 01:12 PM|
I entered actual diameter with the weight of the Jeep on the tire. It came out to 33.5 inches (for my 315 duratracs). I tried both Procal and Flashcal and experienced the same results with both.
Would u pls do a quick test to help me troubleshoot? Would you set your cruise control at 30 mph then wait10 seconds then read your tachometer? Pls tell me the tire diameter that you entered into Flashcal, the tach reading, and which gear it was in when you read the tach.
|06-07-2013 10:31 AM|
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|06-05-2013 10:38 AM|
I just put on 35's, so I figured that I should get the Superchips Flashcal to calibrate my speedometer. This was yesterday. What I've noticed is that my engine revs as I accelerate. At approximately 40 MPH, the RPM's race up and keeps going up until I let off of the gas pedal, then it drops down to around 2000, and is fine after that.
Another wierd thing, my gas mileage is now up 19.8 mpg, from the normal 16.5. This is after putting on 35's. Someone help me!! The gas mileage and engine rev makes me lose faith that my speedo is even working correctly. Anyone with knowledge of what's going on, please respond. Thanks in advance.
|05-06-2013 03:23 PM|
|jcrawler93||I actually got it from this vendor in Pirate 4x4 real cheap the flashcal|
|05-06-2013 02:43 PM|
|ChopperCopper||Roger. Just read the instructions on the AEV website. Should have done that first.|
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