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Kgonzalez

2015 2500HD Gas Tuning Newbie

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Hey guys. Finally broke the bank and added a 5" Zone lift, 20" wheels with 35s. Love the way it all turned out. During the process I was sold on a Superchip Flashpaq F5 to "correct my speedo". Not sure if I got burned but at this point it's to late to care.

 

Question is after reading all these tuner threads is there something this Flashpaq can do to help improve performance of my truck currently? No longer under warranty so that's not an issue. Like the way the truck drives OA but maybe I'm missing out on something I am uneducated about??

 

Any advice or suggestions are appreciated.

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Let others chime in but my opinion-  Best gas tunes out there-  Blackbear. 

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Not sure about the Superchip but I agree 100% with Colossus, EFILive from BlackBear will get the most out of your truck.  They have tuning days all over the US.

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agree with everyone else. 

I, like you, used the handheld Superchips plug in tool to correct my speedo and adjust the tpms. But to get a full on tune, which will be my next step, blackbear for sure!

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Yea I'm not looking to spend any money on tuning honestly. Just thought since I have this thing might as well try to use it

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On 2/27/2019 at 8:46 AM, Kgonzalez said:

Hey guys. Finally broke the bank and added a 5" Zone lift, 20" wheels with 35s. Love the way it all turned out. During the process I was sold on a Superchip Flashpaq F5 to "correct my speedo". Not sure if I got burned but at this point it's to late to care.

 

Question is after reading all these tuner threads is there something this Flashpaq can do to help improve performance of my truck currently? No longer under warranty so that's not an issue. Like the way the truck drives OA but maybe I'm missing out on something I am uneducated about??

 

Any advice or suggestions are appreciated.

Did you put the Zone 5” on yourself. Was any modification done to the current exhaust to drop the deferential?  Looking to go Zone 5” with 35s also. 

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