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A Superchips Microtuner should be available for your application in March.

Thanks for the inquiry,
Don
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Superchips, Inc.
1/888-227-2447


-----Original Message-----
From: gary shukhat [mailto:[email protected]]
Sent: Wednesday, February 09, 2005 8:33 PM
To: Technical Account
Subject: RE: about you chips


I was going through your website looking for information regarding the 2005
Chrysler 300C Hemi.

i'm part of a Forum www.300cForums.com there's over 300 member wanting to
know the status on a Chip or upgrade for this car. Can you get some
information together and send it over to me. Maybe you can be a sponser on
our website and we can get some sort of group discount

please get back to me
Gary
 

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Hmmm, he sounds real excited about a group buy or sponsoring here.... Still, the fact they are making one is very very cool... Competition is always good for the end user.
 

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HaTaX said:
Hmmm, he sounds real excited about a group buy or sponsoring here.... Still, the fact they are making one is very very cool... Competition is always good for the end user.
i could folloe up with him and push for a more definitive date and cost
 

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That'd be nice, I would guess that a standard setup like the current Jet module to be around 250-350 and a programable model to be closer to 500..
 

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Superchips has a good reputation. A "Microtuner" is not just a chip, it has user programmable settings for the user to change certain parameters (so you can change what you want and how much up to preset limits), ie: removing rev limiter, trans shifting and line pressure, fuel curve, timing etc. These are NOT plug and play - but will heed much greater results if used properly vs. a generic chip.

I can't wait til we start getting some products to choose from!!! If I had my choice of a tuner/programmer vs. a chip - I'll take the tuner - they will most likely by about 2x the price as a chip and worth the extra $$
 

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5point7 said:
Superchips has a good reputation. A "Microtuner" is not just a chip, it has user programmable settings for the user to change certain parameters (so you can change what you want and how much up to preset limits), ie: removing rev limiter, trans shifting and line pressure, fuel curve, timing etc. These are NOT plug and play - but will heed much greater results if used properly vs. a generic chip.

I can't wait til we start getting some products to choose from!!! If I had my choice of a tuner/programmer vs. a chip - I'll take the tuner - they will most likely by about 2x the price as a chip and worth the extra $$
This is exciting! My preference is the same as yours. I'll wait for a proven unit that will tune the ECU. It's a great time to own a Hemi powered car.:D
 

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This is exciting! My preference is the same as yours. I'll wait for a proven unit that will tune the ECU. It's a great time to own a Hemi powered car.:D
i'll keep in touch with this guy and keep all of us posted. okay guys
 

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Called super chips today

Hi I called and spoke to customer service today and he said he had not heard of anything comming out soon . He said that mid summer at best was the talk around there for a tuner and that they would not be making a cjip for any new applications. He said the chip was old tech. and that they caused hardware problems.He did say there was a lot of calls and emails for this and that something is being looked at but he could not specify what it would be coming. He also told me that all their tuners are the same price and we could buy one cheaper thruogh one of their dealers. Now there may be more if to be had if some one knew someone there but that was all I could get out of them
 

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I always love these tunable chips. For my Z28, I use LS1edit (tuning program) and set the rev-limiter to 2500 rpm. That way I know when I bring it in for the random service job I can't do they wont get to have any fun with it :D :D :D
 

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Tuners are definatly the way to go, I'm so looking forward to to getting one as soon as they come on the market. But wasn't it Superchips that blew us off a while ago saying that the truck market was where the money was, and a few hundred car owners wasn't worth their time? :confused:
 

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harrywh said:
Hi I called and spoke to customer service today and he said he had not heard of anything comming out soon . He said that mid summer at best was the talk around there for a tuner and that they would not be making a cjip for any new applications. He said the chip was old tech. and that they caused hardware problems.He did say there was a lot of calls and emails for this and that something is being looked at but he could not specify what it would be coming. He also told me that all their tuners are the same price and we could buy one cheaper thruogh one of their dealers. Now there may be more if to be had if some one knew someone there but that was all I could get out of them

I have a close personal friend that is a superchip dealer. He has been building and tuning cars for years. He just starting up his own business with his dad as his partner. He built a new shop and put in an all wheel drive dyno. When the tuners become available I am sure we could work with him on a group purchase or something. :D Here is his website, it is still under construction but you can get an idea, www.doneriteautomotive.com
 
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