A proper flash would be amazing, changing shift points, higher launch rpm, etc. Things a piggyback dreams of doing. Hopefully one day we will see OBD2 flashing, maybe by the time we’re all out of our original warranty periods haha^Which is unfortunate, really. I'm hopeful we will someday get access to a really nice ECU re-flash or replacement which allows datalogging. If we had the ECU manage everything without any skewing from a piggyback, we would be able to run higher boost from both the stock turbos or bigger aftermarket turbos while still using 91 octane pump gas safely.
Even so, the JB4, for now, seems to be the next best thing. It's fantastic to have datalogging capability on a piggyback unit, and it's pretty dang smart for what it is. Even so, a piggyback is a piggyback, and it will always rely on skewing multiple sensor inputs to trick the ECU into allowing certain parameters go beyond what it thinks is safe... Which still creates potential problems or inefficiencies, such as less than ideal valve timing and ignition timing.
It’s the Tork tune I posted above. If you want more info like I said, go to the stinger forum, search Tork tune review and take a gander. No one here has it
Which one is better and more reliable? Im leaning towards getting the JB4 because of the cheaper price and well known brand name, but can you (or anyone) tell me the difference between the JB4 and the LAP3
JB4...customer support alone makes it a winner.
I would suggest you to take a look at this thread. It's about JB4Are either of them capable of making the car backfire (crackle pops etc.)