- 04-10-13 03:12 PM #1Cadillac Owners Member
- Automobile(s): STS-V
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- Apr 2013
My friend has a jb4 chip on his bm, if any ofyou boys know what it is, would you know if theres something similar for my cady?
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- 04-10-13 03:55 PM #2
Don't waste your money on hand held tuners. They are one size fits all. You need a good custom tune to get the most out of this car.
- 04-11-13 02:22 AM #3
There are many threads here on chips, mail-order tunes, and dyno tunes. I think you'll find most quite interesting reading. The only chip I know of is from D3, but its not a "power" chip. These motors being hand-built respond differently to standard mail-order tunes. So most here would recommend you get a dyno tune. A side benefit of many dyno tuners is they can also tune the tranny which makes a huge difference for our cars.Snake Bit Super Chilled Black Raven 2006 Cadillac XLR-V aka Elwood (Jake's brother)
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- 04-11-13 03:04 PM #4
do you guys think that this one is good?
- 04-11-13 03:28 PM #5
No, the STS-V isn't listed as a vehicle that the JET is compatible with
I'll echo Giz and say get a Dyno tune and have them also tune the trans for you
that's the best way to go
or don't tune at all... that's still better than any other option (imho)[SIZE=3Rippy Automotive[/SIZE]
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