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Old 06-04-2019, 06:30 PM
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Computer recalibration units, which one?

AEV, Superchips or Diablo?


Looking for advice on which one to go with... I'm not interested in fancy screens and definitely don't want a dash display. I'm looking for quality and leaning towards the simplicity of the AEV manual dipp model.

Using it on my 2016 JKU R

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I went with Superchips F5, got it for about $170 on a sale but to me its a too much money for something that you used once. Does have many features but I only used it to calibrate speed and turn the fog lights as daytime running lights.
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I went with Superchips F5, got it for about $170 on a sale but to me its a too much money for something that you used once. Does have many features but I only used it to calibrate speed and turn the fog lights as daytime running lights.

Thanks for the feedback JKU...


I'm looking for simple, though I might use it for slightly more then just an initial re-calibration.


They all seems to be around the same price point based on level of technology.


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I use the Superchips Trail Cal on my 2018. I like the live gauges and ability to lock the diffs in 4Hi and 2Hi.


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AEV, Superchips or Diablo?


Looking for advice on which one to go with... I'm not interested in fancy screens and definitely don't want a dash display. I'm looking for quality and leaning towards the simplicity of the AEV manual dipp model.

Using it on my 2016 JKU R

Any thoughts?

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I originally went with AEV and it did all I wanted. Just use it and forget it. I don't like the idea of another screen like superchips has. Another option is https://appcar-diagfca.com/en/ It wasn't available when I first purchased my jeep. For $50 it has many great features but a laptop and USB-OBD cable are needed.
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Get an OBD bluetooth adapter and JScan. It'll do everything you want and you'll be able to use the adapter with other cars and apps and stuff.

I've got an AEV Procal. I haven't looked through all the options in detail, but I can't think of anything it does that JScan doesn't do.
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If you dont like the extra screen Superchips also makes the Flashpaq or Flashcal. These are program and forget as well.


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I have both a Superchips and DiagFCA.

Superchips is crazy easy to use, feels expensive in this market for what you get

DiagFCA feels like it has more configurable options
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Get an OBD bluetooth adapter and JScan. It'll do everything you want and you'll be able to use the adapter with other cars and apps and stuff.

I've got an AEV Procal. I haven't looked through all the options in detail, but I can't think of anything it does that JScan doesn't do.
X2 on the OBD bluetooth adapter and JScan. Worked like a charm for less than 60 bucks? I can't remember off the top of my head. Adjusted tire size, TPMS, DRLs and can do the backup camera, I hear. Does other things too, just have to play with it!
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X2 on the OBD bluetooth adapter and JScan. Worked like a charm for less than 60 bucks? I can't remember off the top of my head. Adjusted tire size, TPMS, DRLs and can do the backup camera, I hear. Does other things too, just have to play with it!
Yep. Would have saved me hundreds of dollars if it had come out a couple years ago.

I wouldn't have bought a Procal or paid a dealer to turn the camera on.

It's already saved me money though in that it told me which wheel speed sensor needed to be replaced. The Procal can't do that. Even generic OBD scanners couldn't do that. Torque Pro, which is one of the best of the generics, only told me I had a code for a bad sensor. It wouldn't tell me which one.
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I went with AEV a few years back. Worked like a charm when I used it. Sits in the glove box now. Don't think I've touched it since. Stupid simple and just works though.
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I used the Superchips Flashcal on both of my JKs. Nothing wrong with it, did exactly what it was supposed to do but Id probably go with the AEV Procal if I were to do it again. Its the simplicity that you mentioned that would make me switch.

The JScan is too new and unproven IMO but lots of ppl like it.


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I originally went with AEV and it did all I wanted. Just use it and forget it. I don't like the idea of another screen like superchips has. Another option is https://appcar-diagfca.com/en/ It wasn't available when I first purchased my jeep. For $50 it has many great features but a laptop and USB-OBD cable are needed.
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I got the VEEPEAK OBDCHECK BLE+. Here's a list of working and non working ones:

Supported and Not Supported OBD Adapters ? JScan
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Another vote for Bluetooth ODBII and App of your choice, there are several to chose from
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+1 on the Jscan app and bluetooth ODBII adapter. Works like a charm and can be used with more than one car. As this catches on, all these other companies are either going to have to dramatically drop the price of their units, or greatly enhance the features. (I suspect the former).
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OBD Jscan and a bluetooth adapter. I use the one he recommends; works great. The features are constantly expanding. I enjoyed the trail view last time out wheeling; Lock axles in 2Hi, 4Hi and 4Lo. Activated my backup camera, adjusted front markers as DRLs, TPMS level, Fogs stay on with Hi-beams... The list goes on. All for less than $60! Good luck trying to talk directly with any of the other app developers too.
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You all really came through for me,

with the info I was looking for.. I'll let you all know what my decision is next weekend (ultimately when I have to use one to re-calibrate).

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Get an OBD bluetooth adapter and JScan. It'll do everything you want and you'll be able to use the adapter with other cars and apps and stuff.

I've got an AEV Procal. I haven't looked through all the options in detail, but I can't think of anything it does that JScan doesn't do.
Also if you go with e Flashpaq you will need to get a new computer. I wish JScan was available last fall when I removed the sway bar motor from my 09 Rubicon and replaced it with a EVO 1087. ProCal works great but JScan is a lot cheaper.
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With all the talk of simplicity I find it hard to believe that looking through a manual to figure out which switches go where is simple......the flashcal is the way to go....plug it in and scroll to what you want....no deciphering dipswitch hieroglyphs.....jmo....
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I originally went with AEV and it did all I wanted. Just use it and forget it. I don't like the idea of another screen like superchips has. Another option is https://appcar-diagfca.com/en/ It wasn't available when I first purchased my jeep. For $50 it has many great features but a laptop and USB-OBD cable are needed.
The AppCar is what Im using. I was super impressed with it, especially for the price. I recalibrated my speedo and enabled the backup camera mode on my radio. I also set my Foglights and low beams to stay on with my highbeams.
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I use the Superchips as well.I went with the Flashpaq so I could mess with the tunes.
If I just wanted to recalibrate for tires/gears ect., I'd try the jscan app
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If you have a Rubi then IMO the Traildash is the only way to go. The ability to select you lockers is really nice and you can select them in 2wd, 4hi and 4lo. Of course just selecting the front lockers in 2wd is kinda pointless.
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If you have a Rubi then IMO the Traildash is the only way to go. The ability to select you lockers is really nice and you can select them in 2wd, 4hi and 4lo. Of course just selecting the front lockers in 2wd is kinda pointless.

Can you explain more about this option. Can't I just push the locker buttons?
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Can you explain more about this option. Can't I just push the locker buttons?
In stock form the lockers only work in 4lo and you have to step when locking the rears then the fronts. With the TD2 I can use them in any mode, and just lock the fronts which I have done sometimes in snowy conditions. It cost more and if you have 2015 or new and want tunes you have to send the PCM in to have it unlocked but I do love the capabilities it has with the Rubi.
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In stock form the lockers only work in 4lo and you have to step when locking the rears then the fronts. With the TD2 I can use them in any mode, and just lock the fronts which I have done sometimes in snowy conditions. It cost more and if you have 2015 or new and want tunes you have to send the PCM in to have it unlocked but I do love the capabilities it has with the Rubi.

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If you have a Rubi then IMO the Traildash is the only way to go. The ability to select you lockers is really nice and you can select them in 2wd, 4hi and 4lo. Of course just selecting the front lockers in 2wd is kinda pointless.
That is a great option if you have a Rubicon
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That is a great option if you have a Rubicon


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