Superchips FlashCal Calibration Tool Customer Reviews
10 Customer Reviews
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Once they leave the lot, there are no two Jeeps alike. That's because Jeep fanatics waste no time adding monster meats, custom rims, gear swaps, winches, performance mods—you name it. And, of course, all that gear is great for performance and style. However, it's a nightmare for your rig's brain, which still thinks it's at the factory. So, keep your calibrations in check with the Superchips FlashCal Calibration Tool.
The Flashcal's speedometer calibrator says goodbye to false mileage readings, which affect resale value, and accidental speeding tickets, which affect your wallet. But, FlashCal is so much more than a speedometer calibration tool. It also reads and clears diagnostic trouble codes, saving you some serious coin at the shop. Plus, it gives you maximum control over a huge array of monitoring and management systems on your rig.
The FlashCal works in a flash, too. Just plug it into your Wrangler's OBD-II port to instantly calibrate and tweak your speedometer, odometer, transfer case, TPMS, ESP and so much more. It's also easy to update via the internet, so you always have the latest programs. Best yet, Superchips backs your Flashcal Calibration Tool with a 1-year warranty.
10 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Joshua R (STREAMWOOD, IL) Reviewed for a 2013 Jeep Wrangler — Jul 11, 2014 5:02 AM
I have been running 33" tires instead of the stock 31" for the past year, and the shifting of the transmission was just not right in terms of shift points. I knew that with my plans to switch to 35" tires in the very near future would further amplify the issues with the shifting as well as traction control. So I bought this device to bring everything back within spec. It really did work well. I look forward to using it again next week when the 35's are mounted.
Reviewed by scot a (Round Rock, TX) Reviewed for a 2014 Jeep Wrangler — Jun 18, 2014 3:03 AM
had a hard time connecting to update it at first, will not calibrate my tire size correctly, did not have the feature to turn off my TPMS,finally had to connect it to a different PC and go it updated, used the feature to disable the TPMS, Will have to play with the tire size to get the speedO to work correctly, not work a 150 bucks, and now they want me to spend a 179 dollars to upgrade to flashpaq, would not recommend.
Reviewed by DERICK H (Biloxi, MS) Reviewed for a 2011 Jeep Wrangler — Feb 09, 2014 8:27 AM
I PURCHASED THE SUPERCHIPS FLASHCAL TO ADJUST THE TIRE SIZE TO 35" TOYO MT. AFTER GOING THRU THE WEBSITE UPDATE THE FLASHCAL CONTINUE TO SAY PROGRAMMER MALFUNCTION. I CALLED THE SUPERCHIP COMPANY DIRECT AND THE PROGRAMMER CONTINUE TO READ THE SAME THING. IN MY OPINION IT IS NOT WORTH THE MONEY.
Reviewed by Joe Z (Mount Laurel, NJ) Reviewed for a 2012 Jeep Wrangler — Dec 18, 2013 6:14 AM
After a lift and wheel/tire upgrade, I needed to correct the speedo and turn off TPMS. The internet update was a pain (required to turn off the tpms) and took many attempts, with the resolution of un-installing the app and reinstalling to get it to work. But once it did I was able to recalibrate, turn off the speedo, and turn off other options, its worked great. Easy to read screen and simple scroll buttons make it easy to use.
Reviewed by Theresa W (Bartlett, IL) Reviewed for a 2012 Jeep Wrangler — Jul 23, 2013 5:54 AM
I bought this for my husband for his birthday. He loves it! The only issue i had is that you need a PC for the software. It would be great if they could do it on a Mac. However, if you were to get Windows for Mac- you may not have an issue. Other than that- it shipped fast and the rep was very helpful to make sure I had the right one!
Reviewed by KRISTI P (BOISE, ID) — Jul 13, 2013 4:21 PM
I was a little worried about the amount of time it took to download and install the update from the web, but once that was done, it worked like a charm. Easily programmed my speed for my 35" tires. The menu is dummy proof.