Here is my review of the Superchips Traildash 2 (42051) on my 2016 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon.
The screen itself is something like an older Garmin navigation unit, not high quality or resolution and very laggy. Don’t expect to be able to change anything while on the go, the lag will stop you from distracted driving.
First tune 87-Performance, took a long time to get to the tune with multiple key-on / key-off instructions that are easy to follow. My engine made some odd clicking sounds and my check engine light stayed on after, good thing this unit can clear the codes. There wasn’t obvious performance increases off the line but there did seem to be a little more pull in the middle of the RPM band. Top end didn’t seem much different either. What did seem odd is my MPH went up a couple MPG, that could be just a backwind so I’ll monitor this to see how it does long term.
Second tune was the 87-Economy, took a while again to get it ready to go, not as long as the first one, this time it cleared the codes when it was done however my factory key wouldn’t unlock my doors after going into the store. I had to put the key in the door, set off the alarm and turn the ignition on for my key fob to start working again.
I had major issues with customer service trying to get my stock ECU unlocked and based on my initial few tests above I don’t really think this is worth it at all. Cameron and Mike from Superchips / powerteq gave me an RMA number to get my stock ECU sent in to get unlocked but wanted to charge me $200 when it got there. After I found out it was $200 I asked for my ECU back but they had already stripped the VIN stickers to be reused for another customer
It was an absolute disaster and wouldn’t recommend this product just on the customer service issues alone, the rest of it, is just okay so not worth the $$$.