Their website claims 21hp and 30 ftlbs of torque...
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Coming off my recent rant about the Flashpaq I was interested in the Traildash unit... until the price. And no credit or discount for being a previous customer (Flashpaq 3875).
After my rant about the slowness of the Flashpaq and multiple/duplicate prompts to turn the key on/off/on/on when it's already on/ all I got was "well, it's a 3 to 4 year old unit".
The Traildash looks great, but most likely (and I'm taking an educated guess here) has the same performance program for the 3.8 as the Flashpaq; just in a fancy'er package.
Superchips has made no progress (as far as I know, flame on if I'm wrong) with many options that competitors have like on-the-fly adjustments to fan/locker/etc. The Flashpaq is kind of old school as far as advanced features, that's the idea I got from their forum when I posted about my concerns. Nothing against "Ron" on their forum, he's just doing his job.
In short, if the TrailDash was half the price I still wouldn't buy it based on my experience with Superchips.
For $600 bucks it should have a set of lips on it....or at least a GPS....
If I remember right when they first started talking about it the display what just a small android tablet, while it did not include a GPS chipset you could add a bluetooth GPS and download any android GPS software.
There was also a plan to just sell the connector that plugs into the jeep computer and then you download the app on to your android phone.
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