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Old 06-13-2007, 10:24 AM
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New Superchips products

Wanted to announce two new products from Superchips.. The first ones is called the TirePaq.. For those of you that have over sized tires or different gears than stock this is for you... here are its features...




99-07 6.0L & 7.3L Ford Diesels and 04-07 V6, V8 & V10 Ford Gas Trucks/SUVs


KEY FEATURES

* Adjust speedometer to compensate for non-stock tires
* Retrieve and clear check engine codes
* Internet updateable
* Can be upgraded to Superchips Flashpaq for additional charge


ADDITIONAL FEATURES

* Tire height adjustment 26" to 38"
* Gear ratios available to calibrate to 3.08, 3.31, 3.55, 3.73, 4.10, 4.30, 4.56, 4.88 and 5.13
* Improves shifting to compensate for non-stock tires and gears
* Corrects odometer


The second one is the new FlashPaq Tuner for the Ford 6.4l Diesel.... So for all you new 08 Powerstroke owners this is for you.....



KEY FEATURES

* Increased Horsepower and Torque
* Internet Updateable
* Easy Installation
* No Tools Necessary
* Improved Fuel Economy
* Optimized Driveability
* Diagnostic Trouble Code Reading Capability



ADDITIONAL FEATURES

* Update Tuner via the Internet for Latest Calibrations
* Available Data Acquisition at Flashpaq.com (Coming Soon)
* Enhanced Shift Firmness
* Raise Speed Limiter
* Recalibrate Speedometer for Larger "Tire" Sizes (Coming Soon)
* Choose from Three Available Performance Settings


PERFORMANCE LEVELS

* Performance Tune: Max 77.8 HP and 146.3 foot lbs torque
* Tow Safe Tune: Max 51.3 HP and 110 foot lbs torque
* Transmission Only: Optimizes transmission performance


let me know if anyone is interested and ill shoot you over a price

-Raul

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Old 06-13-2007, 10:25 AM
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new new new wow new products. With the way they are with there old stuff you know these are going to be just as good if not better.
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Old 06-13-2007, 10:31 AM
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yup... i really like the tirepaq..... from what i had seen the only one to correct the odometer was the superlift tru speed but if this one does it too and you dont have to cut any wires heck thats what im gonna get when i get my new tires......
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Have ya got one yet Raul, that looks pretty cool. Maybe one day I will need one.
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Hey Raul, have you heard why they are not going any higher in Power Levels than 77.8 hp?
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are powerchips bad on your transmission
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The tire paq works awesome I have one for my truck and just did my bros V10.

just ordered 4 more

Some much eisier than the superlift product
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Old 06-13-2007, 06:41 PM
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are powerchips bad on your transmission
not at all.... the tirepaq also allows you to adjust your transmissions stiffness to help with larger tires and gears.....
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Old 06-13-2007, 07:03 PM
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Hey Raul, have you heard why they are not going any higher in Power Levels than 77.8 hp?
actually i havnt heard why they only make 77.8HP more.... im sure they got their reasons lol....
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and you were doggin on me for having a flashpaq ...:uzi:

I love my Superchips 1805 it has plenty for what I wanted, actually had more then I wanted.. I was very impressed with it and the tire size change is built right into the 1805
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