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Old 04-15-2011, 01:30 PM
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Any programmer should be good for you, minimal performance mods go great with a programmer. They also allow you to adjust gear ratios, tire sizes, etc...(at least I know for a fact superchips does). I have a superchips # 3865 I believe on my 2010 4.7L, love it. It is "idiot proof" with some adjustable features, but I probably won't ever adjust anything since it runs so good in the superchips performance settings. I picked up a mpg or two on avg (but its with 93 octane). It runs great, the shifting changes are what is best. It makes my truck feel like my buddies old hemi(early 2000's). If I were you I'd focus on price since any programmer will do what you want (superchips is probably the cheapest unless you go used, I think they are $360 shipped). Most everyone you will ask says superchips has hands down the best customer support there is, unfortunately from my experience I'll say their customer support is average at best, but nobody's perfect I guess.
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