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2011-2012 Ford F250 SD – F350 Superchips FlashPaq 1858 - SD 6.7L Power Stroke Diesel

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2011-2012 Ford F250 SD – F350 Superchips FlashPaq 1858 - SD 6.7L Power Stroke Diesel

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Your Super Duty is known for handling the most demanding of road conditions. With a truck that works that hard, it only make sense to pair it with the newest tuning from the company that demands the most from its tuners. Superchips has added part number 1858 to the famous FlashPaq Tuner army. This tuning is specifically crafted to enhance the performance, towing and mileage of your 2011-2012 Ford F250 SD and F350 SD 6.7L Power Stroke Diesel.


Thanks to Superchips’ technological breakthroughs, all you have to do is plug this bad boy into your rig’s OBDII port for immediate ability to monitor and record driving & vehicle performance with data logging. It’s the quickest and easiest way to nab up to 157 more horses, 180 ft-lbs of torque and more! Plus, it even features a real-time vehicle sensor display so you know exactly what’s going on under the hood of your Ford. And, as if it couldn’t get any better, it’s backed by Superchips’ 1-year warranty.


So, what are you waiting for? Get the maximum power and torque gains for your 2011-2012 Ford F250 SD or F350 SD 6.7L Power Stroke from this new Superchips 1858 part number at AutoAnything!

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all you have to do is plug this bad boy into your rig’s OBDII port for immediate ability to monitor and record driving & vehicle performance with data logging. It’s the quickest and easiest way to nab up to 157 more horses,
157 more (RW??) hp just by plugging it in?
No deletes?

That's going to be one red hot DPF, no??

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157 more (RW??) hp just by plugging it in?
No deletes?

That's going to be one red hot DPF, no??

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That's funny I wondered the same thing when I read it too...
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I am getting confirmation from Superchips, great question!
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I am getting confirmation from Superchips, great question!
Thanks, I could not find anything specific to the 6.7 on their web site. I would be interested to know what it can and can't do on the 6.7 and how it does it.
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Most of the time the claims that tuners like this make are based on flywheel HP and not rear wheel HP. The numbers look more impressive that way!
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This one can't stay here, moved to the Vendor's announcement forum!
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Ok, I spoke to Superchips and confirmed that the max gain is 157hp while the peak gain is about 80hp (both RW).

Superchips does not do any tuning that accommodates the removal of the emission control devices.
As for the red hot DPF, it will get as hot as it gets. The question is how often is it going to regen which will completely depend on driving conditions and payload.
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Ok, I spoke to Superchips and confirmed that the max gain is 157hp while the peak gain is about 80hp.

Superchips does not do any tuning that accommodates the removal of the emission control devices.
As for the red hot DPF, it will get as hot as it gets. The question is how often is it going to regen which will completely depend on driving conditions and payload.
Thanks for the info!
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RED HOT DPF is correct

Don't buy this Flashpaq 1858 tuner, as I made that mistake. My 6.7L is sitting at the dealer after 8 days, and somehow the tuner left behind ghost data that Ford Detroit Engineers knew it was Superchips. I now have a voided warranty, and paying $5000 out of pocket for a new catlytic converter and new DPF. They said the PCM had corrupted data, that the DPF was allowed to get extremely hot and incinerated the internal parts of the DPF. I had to be towed.
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Don't buy this Flashpaq 1858 tuner, as I made that mistake. My 6.7L is sitting at the dealer after 8 days, and somehow the tuner left behind ghost data that Ford Detroit Engineers knew it was Superchips. I now have a voided warranty, and paying $5000 out of pocket for a new catlytic converter and new DPF. They said the PCM had corrupted data, that the DPF was allowed to get extremely hot and incinerated the internal parts of the DPF. I had to be towed.
Obviously it goes without saying that once you make the choice to modify your vehicle then you can toss your warranty out the window. Can't really fault Ford for denying coverage...

However, the SuperChips notice above does say they back their product with a 1 year warranty. Perhaps you can contact them and see if they will cover your repair.
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