I have a stand alone wide band set up.
If you are really looking to dial things in, then get a good wideband and not just the cheapest out there. I went with PLX and hear Innovate is pretty good as well. Go with a digital wideband gauge.
LOL... the "cheapest on" I cited above *is* an Innovate. It's just the no frills model and not exactly cheap.
Personally, I feel that I would be too distracted by flashy LEDs in a digital setup. I am not sure I even need a gauge at all for this.
Im curious to see how much HP Tuners has unlocked because they just entered the JK world but have an awesome reputation in the GM realm.
I hate Diablosport but am currently stuck with them because of my supercharger. Dont want to experiment with SCT or HPTuners because they are relatively new in the JK tuning business.
Well, Will from overkill/pentastartune.com whom I cited in a different thread must be on the cutting edge then. He is using HPTuners on his end and resells the software as well as Diablosport products. He seems to have a handle on what he is doing.
None of the training material I came across on HPTuners or The Tuning School addressed Chrysler. Just GM and a little Ford. Will seems to be the most dedicated to it. Maybe it is because he is a Pentastar nerd.
I would look for a reputable local tuner with a dyno. Much better and an e tune in my opinion.
At $100 for the tune (including the back and forth emailing of logs and retunes) seems like a low risk. He claims to already have a decent pentastar tune to start with and knows FI. And yes, agree that a local (read: on the dyno, not via email) tuner would be the best. I think the email tuner guys only claim to come close to a full on dyno tune at a fraction of the price. If you log and submit wide band data too, then they can get a degree closer.