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The Superchips Flashpaq is a simple to use hand held tuner, with all of the features that the majority of our customers are looking for.
Offering at least three tuning levels for both gas and diesel vehicles including Performance, Towing and Mileage XS tunes, the Superchips Flashpaq has the features you need, at a price that wont break the bank.
Just about everyone that heard my car idle said that it sounded like crap. v1.07 apparently had an idle issue which was fixed in 1.11, but unless I missed the memo, SC does not allow the user to set the idle RPM... Would that idle issue change right away or does HAL must adjust to the knew update by drivning her for a while? :roll: This thread started because of something I brought up from this thread. t=77226) Just trying to help out those who are looking for something using the subject line. I should have communicated this better.:blam: I don't believe you have to return to stock first, but the careful person would. If you update it and, for one reason or another, it gets locked or spits an error code or blows up you can no longer go back to stock. I thought I read somewhere that your stock program is saved on the unit and the Superchips site.
(Windows patches, firewalls, Internet issues are all potential issues cited).
You have to return it to stock any ways to get the update on there.
(primary becomes backup and backup becomes primary) Doing this makes it impossible to brick the unit during update and saves the service center and customers lots of grief. I don't believe you have to return to stock first, but the careful person would. If you update it and, for one reason or another, it gets locked or spits an error code or blows up you can no longer go back to stock. I thought I read somewhere that your stock program is saved on the unit and the Superchips site.
You are updating the SC computer using Widows, Internet Explorer, the Internet, your power, any oddities* on your computer etc. *Oddities: Versions of Internet Explorer, Active X, patches, viruses, adware, spyware, etc. The idea behind this is if something were to happen to your programmer,e.g. Superchips could reprogram a replacement tuner with your stock settings.