Alright, just trying to decide which is more simple. My brother said Super Chips has been around since the 80's and are really good. Seems you guys have good luck with them as well.
You can't use the Cortex with headers. It can only be used on stock or CAI. Once you go beyond CAI you will have to get a dyno tune, Livernois or VMS.I plan to add Headers, Cat-Back Exhaust, and intake. Use the Cortex? or would the Flashpaq unit work just as well? seen good reviews for it also, and a bit cheaper. Thanks!
2011 GM 5.3L, 6.2L Gas Truck Vehicle Coverage:There is no update involving the G8 tune. Only updates now are new automobile tunes being available.
Update when convenient.
Headers and cams radically change the flow versus rpm characteristics through the engine. The SC tuner or most canned tunes for that matter aren't setup to handle the almost infinite combinations that result. With headers and cams the tuner has to monitor whats happening and then make appropriate changes.Wow...I don't think I'm getting headers then. I guess I don't understand why the sc tune would be wrong for car with aftermarket headers. From reading descriptions...both tunes look almost the same on Paper. I am probably wrong though.
I should have some kind of time frame for release today, hopefully.
The update address every shift, in every mode, improving all shifts.
Cortex won't work well with the headers. Your car will run lean. Do yourself a favor and get a proper dyno tune. Make sure your tuner knows how to tune our trans before you jump in. Our trans is not easy to get perfect. Look for a respectable tuner that's local to you and enjoy the new found power when done.Sorry, I haven't been on for awhile. I will post pics of my new car soon! been busy with her. So, from what I've read, I will need a Dyno tune being I installed Kooks headers, Roto-Fab CAI, and Magnaflow exhaust, correct? Neither hand-held tuner will be able to handle these mods? Where is Livernois or VMS located?