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post #1 of 12 Old 11-28-2013, 08:54 PM Thread Starter
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Thumbs up SuperChips FlashPAQ for 3.6 engine now available!!

NOT the FlashCAL, but the FlashPAQ (people often confuse the two) is now out for the 3.6.

Has anyone with a 3.6 used this yet ?

https://www.superchips.com/Store/tab...q/Default.aspx

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I got mine last week. It's just as I expected, although the locker controls are not available yet.

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I have had it for a while.

It gives a little kick.... Nothing too crazy. I got it as a beta tester so it was cheap. Not sure I'd pay $350 for it


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doesn't seem to bring much gain
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I got mine last week. It's just as I expected,
Would you mind sharing with the rest of us what your expectation was and what your impressions of it are ?
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I have had it for a while.

It gives a little kick.... Nothing too crazy. I got it as a beta tester so it was cheap. Not sure I'd pay $350 for it
What year JK have you got ?

What difference(s) have you noticed ?
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doesn't seem to bring much gain
Do you have one installed or are you reading off the Dynosheet ?

What year JK have you got ?
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Holy crap! The same thread on every single jeep forum!
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Holy crap! The same thread on every single jeep forum!
Wow! That's amazing!

All Jeep forums members are on every single Jeep forum too ! Wow !!!
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My butt dyno says it's not a huge gain (I'm running the 93 octane tune) Supposed to be plus 30hp and 30lb/ft.
I notice the biggest difference on uphill grades. I am able to maintain speed without downshifting where I would have had to grab a new gear before. Overall I'm pretty pleased. (2013 JKU Rubicon 6-speed manual, stock drivetrain for now)

Being able to use the factory fog switch with my high beams was a nice unexpected addition, and paving the way for a gear swap and some 37's I think this unit will eliminate the need for a Procal. I paid ~300 for it on Amazon. Overall, I'm pretty happy.

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My butt dyno says it's not a huge gain (I'm running the 93 octane tune) Supposed to be plus 30hp and 30lb/ft.
I notice the biggest difference on uphill grades. I am able to maintain speed without downshifting where I would have had to grab a new gear before. Overall I'm pretty pleased. (2013 JKU Rubicon 6-speed manual, stock drivetrain for now) .
How is the throttle response and everyday drive-ability ?

How is your off idle throttle response now ?
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How is the throttle response and everyday drive-ability ?

How is your off idle throttle response now ?
It's "acceptable", but a little different. I especially notice a difference when driving through a 25 MPH zone. At almost no throttle there is a fine line between idle, and go, and it does it in any gear. It's almost like it's either idle or 5% throttle, but nothing in between. It's a little strange, but I chalked it up to the ECU needing to learn a little longer (I don't drive it much so I have less than 100 miles on it so far). All and all the throttle response and drive-ability is fine, and the weirdness I have is so very slight an issue, I don't worry about it much. I figure either the ECU will "learn" over time or I'll get used to it.

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