The only thing that was promised was custom tuning and that did not happen because, they decided to comply with CARB. Even if they were able to provide custom tuning with the 3815, they would still have to charge you for it as an upgrade.
Superchips suggestion of selling your tuner outright was a good one. You'd net more and you could buy a new one from an MVP retailer for less than what they could sell it to you direct. It appears to me they are trying to save you some money.
Exactly my point! Maybe re-read my post! BTW - Already done my friend
BTW - SC, you can stop standing by the phones/forums, I've decided to take that money and not look back at SC! I'm sure there will be others following in my foot steps. Thanks for the head's up!
Unless you want the full transmission options, which is a $39.99 upgrade fee, you should stick with your 3815. It will do everything for you, minus the advanced trans options.
That's more along the lines of the original promises... (Wow! We are on a roll here!)
As you know, there's a new ipod, etc., every few months. This is the nature of hardware and it isn't stopping folks from buying the latest and greatest gadgets.
Hmmm, at least "ipod" devices accept flash upgrades to improve their product - which oh by the way already met the specs listed in the marketing collaterals...