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Old 05-20-2006
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Originally Posted by 04Sonicedge
You pitch the sales pitches as much as you please but either way, half of the guys on the Superchips team used to own Apten and now develop tuning for Superchips. I have seen both dyno sheets and Superchips proudly displays them on their website. http://www.superchips.com/prod_imgs/makepdf-496.pdf

But dont worry, I wont take much business just yet, since this is only available right out of the box for the 2004 model year but with my new dyno just installed at the dealership and now authorized by Superchips for custom tuning I will be doing full Superchips tuners custom done just as Doug does.

Yes, I start with the tunes that SCT provides but I put my own personal adjustments to them that well overtakes the base SCT programs. Call and ask for a Torque program and you'll see what I mean.

Brian Herron at Apten was the one who started me into the business and even gave me some programs to begin from and then I took it from there putting my own experience with the 3.0 and 4.0 into the tuning.

I'm not here to argue who's is best but I'l just say that with my programs you get my experience with the Ranger's 3.0 and 4.0 in which I will put my knowledge of against anyone. I've done more dynopulls on a these vehicles then most of the aftermarket companies do in a year on this specific vehicle.

For the comparison between SCT and Superchips Inc. stuff, tell me this, why can you just call them up and say you have a 4.0 Ranger and then they can send you a tuner for it? Not asking your calibration code, tire size or wheel size? Why? Because the changes they make are so generic that it is the same basic changes for any vehicle. Something I've learned in my tuning is that no two vehicles or even calibration codes are the same. I can open two similiar years Ranger codes for a 4.0 and show you two different timing tables. So how does one fit all?

Either way I'm not here to defend my products, I dont have to as they speak for themselves. My prices are $399, $25 more then this other tuner, a small price to pay for quality. Also, I stand behind my product fully, if you don't like it or dont feel the difference you think you should have then return it.

Thanks, Doug.
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I asked for a Torque program.

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