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I upgraded to a TrailDash3 and love it. Same tune. I've been happily running the performance tune for almost a year with no issues.
Does that require a PCM unlock?
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Finally, the performance flash tuning you’ve been begging for! Superchips Flashpaq (P/N 3876-JL) now supports 2018-2020 2.0L Jeep Wrangler JL. The 2.0L turbocharged engine has been a great new option for Wrangler JL owners, offering good fuel mileage and great torque. But aftermarket support for the platform has been limited, until now! Drivability of the 2.0L engine and 8-speed automatic transmission has been great, but of course, our calibration team was able to make it even better with our all-new Flashpaq tuning.

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Here is our before/after dyno charts, as you can see with the tuning the powerband comes on MUCH sooner and our max gains at say 3000rpm are way up there. These results are at the tire, as we test on our in-house chassis dyno's.

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On your building a baseline page, you dynoed the stock 2.0t at 231hp and 310ftlbs, what happened to that number? Why does your baseline now fall 80ftlbs short?
 

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On your building a baseline page, you dynoed the stock 2.0t at 231hp and 310ftlbs, what happened to that number? Why does your baseline now fall 80ftlbs short?
Deja vu.
 

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They do a lot of not answering the questions in that thread. SoThe 30hp and 37 ftlbs gained at the peak are “verified”, but who knows if that’s 310ftlbs+ 37 or 258 ftlbs +37? 11% gain or 15% gain? Just under 300ftlbs or just under 350 ftlbs? It’s a total mystery I guess? If the baseline dyno originally posted was from their Florida facility on a cool winter day, and the numbers used in the tune comparison were from a 100° plus day at their Utah facility at well over 4k’ elevation, that could explain a big chunk of the massive discrepancy I guess? I’d Like to think the Jeep will be pushing 350ftlbs to the wheels, but 300 from a 2.0t isn’t bad.
 

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Found this on the jb4 forum today. 320hp and 445 ftlbs to the wheels on pump gas. 333hp and 470 ftlbs on race gas from a 2.0t Jeep. Granted the guy modded exhaust, intake, ported the turbo, and obviously turned the boost up but that is awesome. Good to know his is holding up to being turned up that far.
 

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Found this on the jb4 forum today. 320hp and 445 ftlbs to the wheels on pump gas. 333hp and 470 ftlbs on race gas from a 2.0t Jeep. Granted the guy modded exhaust, intake, ported the turbo, and obviously turned the boost up but that is awesome. Good to know his is holding up to being turned up that far.
445 lb-ft at the wheels... it is probably more than the 392, 4xe, and diesel.

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Has anyone run the tazer mini with the superchips tuner? I wired the front locker to one of the aux switches and need to be able to turn off the factory front locker so that the service locker warning is off and the rear still works like factory. Will the tazer function as the security bypass for the superchips or do I have to swap between the 2 bypass modules?
 

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Has anyone run the tazer mini with the superchips tuner? I wired the front locker to one of the aux switches and need to be able to turn off the factory front locker so that the service locker warning is off and the rear still works like factory. Will the tazer function as the security bypass for the superchips or do I have to swap between the 2 bypass modules?
We may need to test this. I am not sure if its something we have tried, but I would guess you can flash through it since it functions as a bypass.
It will either work or wont, as in you'll get an error if its not happy, so shouldn't be any harm in trying it.
 

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We may need to test this. I am not sure if its something we have tried, but I would guess you can flash through it since it functions as a bypass.
It will either work or wont, as in you'll get an error if its not happy, so shouldn't be any harm in trying it.
My ecu should be here this week, I'll give it a shot.
 

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Let us know how it goes!
Wouldn't boot up the initial set up of the trail dash 3 with the tazer mini as the bypass module. Switched to the superchips gateway plug. Saved info from original ecu. Swapped in unlocked ecu. Holy hell is writing the original back up files slow. 45 minutes in and not tuning yet. I hope it goes faster once it's done all of this for subsequent changes.
 

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Wouldn't boot up the initial set up of the trail dash 3 with the tazer mini as the bypass module. Switched to the superchips gateway plug. Saved info from original ecu. Swapped in unlocked ecu. Holy hell is writing the original back up files slow. 45 minutes in and not tuning yet. I hope it goes faster once it's done all of this for subsequent changes.
Hopefully you will make it work. I am curious about how the power gains feel. I think I would benefit from this tune after going to 35s. I didn’t felt any difference but having that tuned power curve would be great. Did you ordered a ECM to keep your original?
 

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Hopefully you will make it work. I am curious about how the power gains feel. I think I would benefit from this tune after going to 35s. I didn’t felt any difference but having that tuned power curve would be great. Did you ordered a ECM to keep your original?
Power gains are definitely noticeable. The transmission shifts are more firm. Only took it on a quick test drive but so far so good. I still need to reinstall the tazer, so I have a service axle locker warning light due to my disconnected front locker. Otherwise no warning lights and the jeep seems happy. Once the tazer is back in, I'll do some 0-60 runs for more accurate measuring of gains. Before the tuner, 0-60 averaged 7.54 to 7.58 on 37's.
 
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