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Superchips question

I know a StealthV tune is the best way to go, but I'm concerned about having my PCM reflashed during a visit to the dealer and I also like the ability to restore factory settings quickly, if needed. Hence, I'm thinking about going with a superchip. For anyone that has used them before, will it eliminate annoying exhaust "pop"?
 

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Re: Superchips question

Back to the topic in hand, are handheld tuners like SuperChips or DiabloSport a viable way to go? Is it worth the $$$? I've seen lately some really good prices on the DiabloSport tuner and wonder if it's as good as other tunes...
 

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Bunnies? somebody call for bunnies??

 

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I smell a rat....:D
 

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My tuner held my hand once. I didn't like it.
 

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Here bunny, bunny, bunny ...

Oops! Wrong thread :rant2: .
 

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You are witnessing the "urbanski" flame suppression technique

he has a low budget so he resorts to using bunnies and other assorted cute animals to quinch flames, metaphorically speaking of course. Quite novel actually...
 
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