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Old 08-24-2016, 02:37 PM
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Looking for the best Super chip

Looking for the best programer is Super chip the best ??
2007 Wrangler Rubacon 35" tires.
Need to Cal speed. Need to change shift pattern in trans,
and need more power.
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In my personal opinion, despite their amazing claims, Superchips are a waste of $$$ where performance is concerned. The EPA mandates that they won't change any engine parameters until the engine is at both wide-open-throttle and extremely high engine RPMs. Around town or in normal driving, they won't make any difference in power or mpg.

The only thing they might be useful for would be for speedometer calibration and perhaps changing the shift programming a little.

The ONLY way to restore power lost from having installed 35" tires is to regear your axles to a lower ratio. That Superchip won't make any difference where 35" tires are concerned. Believe me or not.

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in my personal opinion, despite their amazing claims, superchips are a waste of $$$ where performance is concerned. The epa mandates they don't change any engine parameters until the engine is at both wide-open-throttle and extremely high engine rpms. Around town or in normal driving, they won't make a difference in power or mpg. The only thing they might be useful for would be for speedometer calibration and perhaps changing the shift programming a little. The only way to restore power lost from having installed 35" tires is to regear your axles to a lower ratio. That superchip won't make any difference where 35" tires are concerned. Believe me or not.
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