I've heard that the "Unichip" is availble now as a "Plug & "Play". I really haven't read any great test on that one yet. I think most are waitiing for the "Superchip" which is supossed to have all the goodie's and much better. I'm actually keeping my eye open something also, it needs it.....mostly shift point change.I was wondering if there is a good turner or power chip for the JK? I have a automatic and I want to pull a small boat trailer and the 3.8 + automatic is doggy .
X2... The HyperTech is gonna be the way to go I think. We are supposed to get some of the beta versions here pretty soon.At SEMA hypertech has power programer for about +15 hp and it will correct the speedo. I think it will be around $350, They also have one that only corrects the speedo.
Great, I can't wait for a JK'er to give an honest Ya or Na on this tuner.I will have my HyperTech tomorrow I got it from 4 wheel parts.. I can't wait...
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I would say you are wrong or misinformed on most of your post.Don't do the aftermarket chip thing for more power. These power chips fake out the ecu and do not allow for the ecu to properly protect your engine. For example a true calibration from Jeep protects your engine from damaging knock if you are towing or not or in the mountians or not. These chip guy's might make some better numbers but they do not know all the maps in the ECU. Plus they do not know how the ECU deals with piston temperature protection, if you fake out the system all bets are off. I like the reliability of the factory systems and don't want to get stranded for a maybe couple of HP that only applies for that day they ran on the chassis dyno. In fact I don't even believe the couple of HP as I have never seen correction factors being used when numbers are publised.
Saw this today....4 wheel parts lied to me.. I will have it after X-masissed:
So Now I will just have to wait..