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Unread 08-24-2015, 11:55 AM   #1
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Best tune with superchips

I found lots of information on this but what do those of you who use superchips think is the best tune? I am currently using tow tune because it seems to work best for me around town. I tried 91 but it definitely didn't work well on my 07 Rubicon with auto trans.

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Unread 08-24-2015, 04:26 PM   #2
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Never seen the " tow tune"... mind you there are a few superchip tuners. Don't recall the number but mine is good upto 2015.
I just use the 87 oct. It's what's minimum at the pump anyways. Ain't no way I want my jeep dining on exquisite gas! It's already got quite the appetite.
I use the tune more for the responsiveness. ( REMOVES LAG)
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Unread 08-24-2015, 06:45 PM   #3
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I have been using the tow tune. It' seems to be much more responsive around town and short trips. May not be as good on the highway but many do use it all the time. I tried the 93 0ctane tune and it was good but when I checked the price of that the 89 was 2.39 and 93 was 2.99 a gallon. No way I was going to spoil the Jeep on that treat or myself. I was checing to see what others were doing and if they had gotten into the special menu options and what they had come up with. Thanks
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Unread 08-26-2015, 10:37 PM   #4
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Never seen the " tow tune"... mind you there are a few superchip tuners. Don't recall the number but mine is good upto 2015.
I just use the 87 oct. It's what's minimum at the pump anyways. Ain't no way I want my jeep dining on exquisite gas! It's already got quite the appetite.
I use the tune more for the responsiveness. ( REMOVES LAG)
You have to remember when u put a fresh tune on the jeep, the jeep will have to still learn the new gas being added and the way u drive, when u reflash the jeep and start driving it ur not going to see results 100% right away

Also the flash Cal works with the 2015 jks the flash paq tunes do not work on the 2015 jks only what the flash cal options work on the flash paq on a 2015 and of course the flash cal it self If that's only what u got
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Unread 08-27-2015, 12:24 AM   #5
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You have to remember when u put a fresh tune on the jeep, the jeep will have to still learn the new gas being added and the way u drive, when u reflash the jeep and start driving it ur not going to see results 100% right away

Also the flash Cal works with the 2015 jks the flash paq tunes do not work on the 2015 jks only what the flash cal options work on the flash paq on a 2015 and of course the flash cal it self If that's only what u got
I have not done this yet but Ron at Superchips suggested that you remove the positive cable and hold on the ground cable for 30 seconds or more to discharge the capacitors so the computer will relearn. He suggested doing this with about all the mods you do such as CAI, exhaust,etc. I understand the the only thing you would lose is the time on the radio. What you think of that suggestion?
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Unread 08-27-2015, 10:12 AM   #6
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I have not done this yet but Ron at Superchips suggested that you remove the positive cable and hold on the ground cable for 30 seconds or more to discharge the capacitors so the computer will relearn. He suggested doing this with about all the mods you do such as CAI, exhaust,etc. I understand the the only thing you would lose is the time on the radio. What you think of that suggestion?
The computer is always learning driving styles u can do that too but the computer will still need to get use to it
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Unread 08-27-2015, 11:31 AM   #7
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The computer is always learning driving styles u can do that too but the computer will still need to get use to it
I just did this cable disconnect for whatever it's worth. Putting on my catbacks now.
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Unread 08-27-2015, 11:52 AM   #8
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Ain't no way I want my jeep dining on exquisite gas!
Love it! So Dom Perignon '91 is out of the question....
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