This is straight off AIRRAM'S websiteI thought the power wire basically did what a programmer is capable of doing but without having to know how to program it? Wouldnt that make the 2 redundant?
Right. So the power wire and the chip tuner create the same end result except they do it 2 different ways. We've established that.This is straight off AIRRAM'S website
See so The POWER WIRE alters the Air Temp Signal to your PCM to read 20 degrees cooler at all times. The programmer does not do that. It remaps your pcm. Has nothing to do with your Air temp signal. Thats why they work hand in hand bacuase you get the best of both worlds
No; the PW is not adjustable. The PW knocks the incoming air temperature down at a flat rate.So your saying that you can change/adjust the AIR INTAKE TEMPUTURE with a superchips programmer?? I have had mine for a year or so and was never able to do that.
If that were true, Nick couldn't make the PW fast enough. The PW plugs into the IAT sensor (Incoming Air Temp). As the computer looks at the IAT, the PW changes the value before the signal goes back to the computer. The end result, you have a little extra power; something like when you first start the engine in the morning.i was told by air ram the the tuner does what the power wire would do, w/ sct anyway would be no benifit.
as far as the sct, I am very happy w/ it. I have a very aggressive tune from marty, and with tm removed I never thaught I could have gone from where I was at to now. IM in no way trying to start a debate, its just im happy with what I have, and what im going to do. 212 cams,race prepped heads, and from what ive researched these stock ex. manifolds flow well.If that were true, Nick couldn't make the PW fast enough. The PW plugs into the IAT sensor (Incoming Air Temp). As the computer looks at the IAT, the PW changes the value before the signal goes back to the computer. The end result, you have a little extra power; something like when you first start the engine in the morning.
As for the SCT, you don’t have the mod’s on the engine to make good use of the more costly programmer; stick with the SC Programmer and you’ll be happy. You’ll be happy at least until you get headers, cams, heads, R&P, shift kit, TC, ect.