Superchips Flashpaq Tuner Customer Reviews
1009 Customer Reviews
Sure, you could grease up your hands and spend hours working to squeeze a little more performance out of your truck. Or, you could plug in the Superchips Flashpaq Tuner, press a couple buttons, and watch the horsepower, torque and fuel economy fall right into your lap. With its advanced and top-of-the line technology, Superchips Flashpaq Tuners are the best way to speedily get your modded or stock rig up to snuff.
The Flashpaq programmer plugs into your ride’s OBD-II port, which is located under the dash for easy access. Once connected, it reprograms your truck's computer to optimize the air/fuel ratio, remap the transmission shift points and increase the top speed of the limiter. And, the tuner is completely updateable—just plug it in to your desktop PC and download the latest settings from Superchips.
This tuner is one of the few of its kind that allows for the use of 87 octane, so you continue to save at the pump even more after install. And, the Flashpaq reads and clears diagnostic and trouble codes, shows you what’s happening under the hood, and does it all on an easy-to-read LCD screen. To top it off, this tuner boasts a 2-year warranty as well as a 2-year powertrain warranty in case of a failure.
Thanks to the Magnuson Moss Warranty Act: US Code – Title 15, Chapter 50, Sections 2301-2312, your vehicle’s factory warranty is protected by law when you add aftermarket parts. Details
1009 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Ben M (WINGETT RUN, OH) Reviewed for a 2005 Ford F-350 — Friday at 7:53 AM
If you have this truck with the 5.4, you will take any improvements you can get on these windy, hilly roads in SE Ohio. Tested truck repeatedly on a 3/4 mile hill with a 8% grade, driving as though I would normally unloaded using 93 octane. Stock from stop: 3900RPMs at 31 mph, no acceleration available without downshift VS Performance: 3100RPM at 37 mph and accelerated without changing gears. Mileage XS gets about 1mpg better. Heavy towing setting make huge difference with 10000lbs. Worth it!
Reviewed by William P (Max Meadows, VA) Reviewed for a 2004 Nissan Titan — Sep 24, 2014 8:27 PM
Installed this chip on my Titan to improve the fuel mileage along with a magnaflow exhaust and K&N cold air intake. Changed my driving style. Never had it over 2000 rpm. Changed the MPG a whopping 1 mpg.
Reviewed by Clint B (POCATELLO, ID) Reviewed for a 2004 GMC Yukon — Sep 18, 2014 11:59 PM
All the tunes have a noticeable gain in power and throttle response. I use the same programmer for my 2004 Yukon and 2001 Silverado. Both are on the "mileage xs" tune. I get about 17 mpg city and 20.5 highway in both vehicles. I should mention that I also have exhaust, CAI, and shorty headers on both vehicles. All of those things helped increase mpg. The programmer was the last thing I added and it did give me an increase in mpg from what I was already getting.
Reviewed by Lou R (Shady Cove, OR) Reviewed for a 2013 Jeep Wrangler — Sep 08, 2014 9:33 PM
When I first got info about the tuner I was told that it will increase my fuel mileage. I was not concern about more power because the motor has enough pickup and go already. After the install the engine power increased but no increase on my fuel mileage. After calling a factory rep and talking to him he claim that I will not notice any better fuel increase. I feel that this is a lot of money to spend on something that will not improve better mileage.
Reviewed by Daniel C (Madison, MS) Reviewed for a 2006 Chevy Tahoe — Sep 02, 2014 7:12 AM
Recieved the tuner and installed the 87octane quick tune. Everything seemed fine in the first 5 mins, but quickly there after the check engine light came on. Checked the code and it was showing a knock sensor. Likely due to the change in fuel/air mixture. I returned the truck back to the saved stock tune and deleted the code. Now everytime I drive the truck, the check engine light comes on after about 5 mins of driving. Not worth the headache. Wished now I would have just left it alone.
Reviewed by Paul W (MARIETTA, GA) — Sep 02, 2014 6:55 AM
hoping to improve the gas mileage on my 2014 f-150 super crew with the 3.5L ecoboost, but so far this program appears to be marginally better at best. Units buttons stick, read out screen glitches a bit. I'm only one tank into this experience and this week I would say I improved by 1/2 MPG. I set the program to 87 octane for efficiency. I was worried it may decrease the horsepower, but I think it is at least as good as the factory setting or a little better maybe.1/2 MPG is less than 3% improve
Reviewed by Edwin J (Cypress, TX) Reviewed for a 2013 Ford F-150 — Sep 02, 2014 4:51 AM
I love it, I have a k&n air intake with a magnaflow exhaust and with the superchip now installed, I have the power that I want out of my truck. I would highly recommend this tuner.