I have the JBA exhaust and the Injen intake. No dyno results, but I'm extremely happy with the performance and sound improvement.
there are two option with uprev..TheRedBeast said:Do you actually ship your truck's ECU to the Uprev people and have 'em do their magic and they ship it back to you with the program? I looked at their site and being the non-technical guy I am, I don't really understand what it all involves. Also another...more trivial issue: can you use something other than the cruise control buttons to change maps? I'm a bit fond of those actually especially on long trips.
Sorry if I sound ignorant, but I am just learning so please do have patience with me.
Yes Uprev is indeed worth the money. The $700 way is the best route. You tell them what you have and they create 3 "MAPS " you want. EX: 89tune, 93 oct tune, valet tune etc. And if you add another part you can run a 0-60 or 0-90 or whatever, and they will look at it and fine tune it. Then they email you the tune and you reflash in like 4 minutes or less. That way you have a perfect A/F ratio etc. Ive had Hypertech and superchip programmers on my silverados that didnt do anything for the$ 450 price tag. Plus my motor ran lean as i eventually found out.TheRedBeast said:Alright...so can I take that to mean that I could adjust the ECU for whatever mods I get? I'm a bit confused because I see people like toomnymods having the Uprev people work on that themselves?
Anyway, as for the $300 option, I assume you just tell them what mods you have and they work with that?
From what I can understand, the $700 option is the best for the money...plus I'd hate to be stranded without an ECU for however many days they needed to reflash it.
not much at all. You can re oil the filter if it gets dirty. S&B will probably throw in the re oil kit very cheap or free if you order it direct. Free engraving on the clear lid if you want tooTheRedBeast said:By the way, one last thing...what if any maintenance is the CAI gonna need?