I have a chip that was tuned by Blue Oval Chips, but I think it's leaving a lot on the table.
If I were to get a new mail order tune, and then a dyno tune, would I remove the add on chip, or do I leave it in there and just reprogram it with the tuner?
I think they can use either the chip you have or sell you a flash programmer.
I have an Xcal, and bought the SCT PRP package that lets me do my own tunes.
I would call Don Lasota and buy a new tune from him, or buy the PRP and you get a basic tune for your car with it.
Looks like the PRP and an Xcal4 is ~$750.
You want the flash programmer if you want to change it a bunch while your getting it right.
And you need one flash programmer per car, if you own multiples.
You have to provide proof of ownership and vins for the cars you want to program, as well.
IDK about chip burners doing 100 rewrites...
Getting my transmission shift schedule right took the most writes, iirc.
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