Superchips Adds Late Model GM Ecotec Coverage to the SCR!

02/11/2014

Superchips Adds Late Model GM Ecotec Coverage to the SCR!

02/11/2014

An all-new lineup of late model GM car coverage has been added to the SCR. Referred to internally as the “Superchips Redline”, the SCR (PN# 8040) continues to deliver the most innovative experience for driving enthusiasts looking to add performance and monitor real-time data in their vehicle. Loaded with custom options and a 30-year track record of dyno-proven power, the SCR now includes the Chevrolet Cruze and Sonic ECOTEC engines, as well as the Camaro SS, in the coverage portfolio.


“We’re excited to extend coverage to a segment we’ve made significant efforts to serve recently with the new SCR product line,” said Joe Dussol, Director of Marketing at Superchips. Dussol continued “The SCR provides tons of options and features. One thing we take pride in with today’s announcement, and all of our product releases, is the fact that we put each feature to the test prior to launch. Our team of enthusiasts ensures our products deliver on our promise to customers right out of the box. We’re thrilled to see the results from our lab vehicles and beta testers. We’re convinced customers will enjoy the benefits.”


SCR’s LCD color screen is a fully customizable gauge display including numerous user-selected data parameters and even a custom background picture on the screen. As innovators in their space, Superchips has found success with their EAS – Expandable Accessory System -allowing users to display external sensors on the SCR. Late model muscle enthusiasts can easily pair their SCR with an EAS to monitor even more data that is not typically tracked by the factory computer. Additional data might include boost pressure, various temperature sensors, and much more.


New SCR coverage including data logging, diagnostics, monitoring and power gains are as follows:



Chevy Camaro SS 6.2L engine:

  • Up to 21 horsepower – 21 ft/lbs of torque

Chevy Cruze & Sonic ECOTEC 1.8L engines:

  • Up to 21 horsepower – 35 ft/lbs of torque

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