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Need Programmer Advice

Old 06-14-2007, 12:39 AM
mikahb is offline
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Default Need Programmer Advice

Hey all! I'm shopping for my Dad. He just bought the complete engine/drivetrain from a wrecked '06 Charger HEMI to provide motivation for a 1939 Dodge Sedan project he's undertaking. Got the engine, tranny, both computers, all accessories. I know he's going to need a good programmer as he begins to try to splice this mess of wires and tubes into the '39. Looks like Hypertech and Superchips both make a good programmer - what do y'all prefer? Keep in mind he's not going for super crazy performance pickup, more for tunability and good visibility of trouble codes and stuff.

Thanks for any advice!

Oh - here's a video of MY charger. A little older, but it's got lots of motor. http://video.google.com/url?docid=-5...XCbsHFJqS-pYgQ
Old 06-14-2007, 01:32 AM
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If you need a tuner today get a Superchips, they have an edge on HyperTech's tuner. If you can wait this might be better...
Old 06-14-2007, 12:11 PM
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Default RE: Need Programmer Advice

Hi Mikahb,
You can also try B&G performance here: http://www.bgperformancepcm.com/

Iknow a guy who put a 5.7 and tranny in his street rod. Mopar Mel they call him out of Fertile, MN.

Have fun!


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