$50 Cash Back all Flashpaq Tuners from Superchips

Flashpaq Rebate Now Available!

Superchips is offering a $50 Cash Rebate on any Flashpaq Purchase

Now is the time to take advantage of the great rebate savings from Superchips and equip your ride with Flashpaq tuning.  There is a reason why the Flashpaq is the number one selling tuner on the market today and offers the best value.  The Flashpaq adds instant horsepower, fuel economy potential, and towing capability.  Whether you have a truck, SUV or Jeep®, Flashpaq has you covered with tuning to optimize your driving experience!  Bring out the hidden power in your vehicle in minutes without popping the hood or turning a wrench with Flashpaq.

Whether you drive a gas or diesel truck, Flashpaq comes loaded with features and power levels engineered to optimize your driving experience, throughout the RPM band.  The engineering team at Superchips knows what it takes to make power, deliver added fuel economy, and package industry-leading features into our programmers safely.  Enjoy a 2-year powertrain warranty that comes standard with each Flashpaq.  Act now and purchase your Flashpaq today!

Purchase any qualifying Flashpaq tuner from an authorized Superchips Dealer or via the Superchips site to qualify for the promotion.  The $50 rebate can be processed via the mail-in rebate form or via an online portal.  See the details below for more information.   Get your ride tuned with a Flashpaq and save today.

Promotion Details

Effective Dates: August 1, 2019 – September 30, 2019

Flashpaq Rebate Amount: $50

How do I Qualify?: Purchase any qualifying Flashpaq from an authorized Superchips dealer or at www.superchips.com between August 1, 2019 – September 30, 2019

SKUs:

Ford Flashpaq – PN 1845
GM Flashpaq – PNs 2845, 2847
Dodge Flashpaq – PNs 3845, 3846, 3846-S, 3846-S1
Flashpaq for Jeep® – PNs 3874, 3876, 3876-JL
50 State Flashpaq – PN 4845
Flashpaq Pro Plus – PN 5850

Any Flashpaq purchased via an authorized Superchips dealer, or from Superchips directly, is eligible for a $50 mail-in rebate.  This promotion will be live August 1, 2019 – September 30, 2019!

*Note:  All Powerpaq kits are eligible for this offer.  Simply follow the steps outlined below to provide proof of purchase and serial number information for the Flashpaq included with your cold air intake combo.

Offer also valid for Canadian Residents.  For Canadian resident redemption, please use this form

 

Prefer to mail in a form?  Use this PDF Rebate form

Received $50 Cash Back on All Superchips Flashpaq tuners

Superchips’ Driver Jesse Haines Takes Rock Crawling to New Level

Rock crawling is always fun to watch and Superchips’ driver Jesse Haines sure knows how to put on a show. At round one of the 2017 Idaho X Rocks series Jesse Haines—professional rock crawler and Superchips sponsored driver—did something that may never have been done before. He drove two different cars, in two different classes, and won with both of them! Although Haines has had consistent success with his Unlimited class car, Prickle, he had not competed in his Pro Mod car since 2015. After some recent updates to the car, Haines decided to get behind the wheel of Pokey for a few events this year.

 

Rock Crawling in Idaho, Jesse Haines Captures the Win for Superchips
 

The team jumped out to a lead in both classes and never looked back, finishing all of their 16 courses throughout the weekend.

In less than three weeks, Haines will be back in action at round two of the WE Rock western series in Cedar City, UT. Haines will be driving in Unlimited while Robb Kaufmann pilots the Pro Mod car.   Superchips wishes Jesse and Robb the best of  luck for the 2017 Season.

 

About Jesse Haines Fabrication:

Founded by professional fabricator Jesse Haines in 2011. Jesse Haines Fabrication sales chassis, roller chassis, chassis designs, turn key cars, custom cars, and manufactured off road parts. Contact us at sales@jessehainesfab.com for more questions relating to our products.

About WE Rock:

Each event starts on Saturday morning at 10 a.m. with the National Anthem. The competitors, ready for serious rock crawling, are lined up and ready to start on multiple obstacles at the same time. There are typically eight courses available to begin. The courses labeled A are for the professional classes, the courses labeled C are for the sportsman classes. You will be see all kinds of vehicles on each course.

Each competitor will complete four courses on Saturday and four courses on Sunday. The best professionals will move in to the Shootout course on Sunday afternoon to determine who the winners of the weekend are.

Courses are designed to be completed in ten minutes or less. If a driver fails to complete in ten minutes, they will receive points only for their progressive gates. Each course generally has elevation changes, crack lines, cone placements and other obstacles designed to challenge the drivers and spotters.  Rock crawling is an exciting sport and WE Rock delivers and experience unlike anything else.

 

Team Superchips Wins National Title and Runner Up

Team Superchips Pro Mod driver, Jake Hallenbeck, came from behind to win the WE Rock Grand Nationals in Farmington last weekend. In the Unlimited class. Jesse Haines lost another tight battle with rock crawling legend, Tracy Jordan, and finished 2nd in the 13 car field.

After a mechanical issue shut his car down on his last course of day 1, Hallenbeck lost the solid lead he had over the pro mod class. He went into day 2 with a 13 point deficit to overcome. Hallenbeck chipped away at the lead with each run, but going into the last course still trailed by 12. On the final course, Hallenbeck dominated the course and finished with an 8 point win!

In the Unlimited class, Jesse Haines finished day 1 only 3 points out of the lead. Day 2 started out with 2 great runs that kept the pressure on the first place team. On the 3rd course, Haines took a risky bonus that would have moved him into the lead. Unfortunately, the gamble didn’t pay off and resulted in a rollover. Although it took him out of contention for the win, Haines was still able to hold onto 2nd place.

See both Superchips cars in action again at Supercrawl, September 24-25 in Reno, NV.

Superchips Renews Partnership with Team Four Corners 4×4 for 2015 Season!

Team Four Corners 4×4, led by Jason Kaminsky in his 2006 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited is getting ready to start their fourth season in 4×4 Endurance racing this March, 2015.  Kaminsky and his co-pilot, Richard Jenkins, are excited that this year in addition to racing in the Dirt Riot Southwest and Mountain Series,  they will also be rock crawling competitively in the WEROCK Western Series.

In 2014, the team ended with five podium finishes out of seven events, including their top ten finish at The King of The Hammers Everyman Challenge.

2013 was a great year for the team, when they earned the title of Dirt Riot National Champions in their class.  They hope to return to the top spot on the podium in 2015.

2012 was the first year of competitive rock sports for the team which started with a fifth place finish at the first King of the Hammers Everyman Challenge, followed by a Mountain Series title in Dirt Riot.

In all, the team has earned 15 podium finishes and six titles and Superchips has been there every step of the way.  “They are critical to our success.  As a primary sponsor of our team for the fourth year now, Superchips has sustained their commitment to the off road community by supporting racers like us, events like Moab Easter Jeep Safari, and land-use issues nationwide.  That’s not to mention the great products that we use to increase performance in the race vehicle, tow rig, and other support vehicles,” commented Kaminsky.  “We’re very happy to be involved with a company so important to the off road community.”

The team’s first event of the season will be a double-header, where Kaminsky will compete in both WEROCK rock crawling and Dirt Riot Endurance racing events the same weekend in Congress, Arizona on March 7th & 8th.  Be sure to keep up with the team’s schedule at http://fc4x4.com/schedule.

If you can’t make it to a race, make sure to see the team go recreational wheeling at a number of events from Moab to Ouray to Aspen and all over the southwest region.

Superchips’ Kaminsky & Jenkins Take 5th Consecutive Podium

DURANGO, CO – Four Corners 4×4 has returned home from competing in the Dirt Riot Mountain Series Round #2 race at RAM Off Road Park near Colorado Springs, Colorado on June 14th. The team earned its fifth consecutive podium finish in five events for the 2014 season by finishing in third place and remained in points contention for one of the top three spots in the Dirt Riot 4600 Stock Class National Championship.

“We enjoy coming to Colorado Springs and competing in this event each year,” comments Kaminsky. “All of the competitors in the 4600 Stock Class are bringing their A-Game to every event this season which is making for a strong, competitive field; and, this event was no different. The level of consistency amongst all of the teams is building toward a championship that will be hard-fought and well-deserved.”

The next scheduled event for the Four Corners 4×4 team is a double-points race on August 16th at Battle Rock Offroad Park near Cortez, Colorado and will conclude both the Dirt Riot Mountain Series and Southwest Series. The team earned a 1st place finish in Cortez during the 2013 season, and wants to repeat that accomplishment this year in front of a home crowd. Although there are two months until the next event, the team will make the most of the mid-season break to inspect all systems on the car, repair any damage, and upgrade some components.

For additional news and information about the Four Corners 4×4 team throughout the 2014 season and four-wheel drive racing and recreation in the Four Corners area, follow them at http://www.facebook.com/fourcorners4x4.

Dirt Riot Southeastern Durhamtown Plantation Brings Classic Georgia Mud

The Dirt Riot Southeast Series started out as a bit of a muddy mess at Durhamtown Plantation in Union Point, Georgia.  With professional and first class sportsman drivers joining in on the fun, the weather held until just ten minutes after the awards ceremony, but not without flinging Georgia red clay on everything in its path first.  Bluetorch Fab’s James Schofield earned the Pro 4400 4×4 class win.  “The Georgia clay really gave the drivers a run for their money, and their winches, but all came out of the woods with a smile and a great story,” said Rich Klein, President and founder of W.E. Rock Events. “On a different topic, the new timing system that we are using, Moto-Tally software, survived the weather in yet another test of its durability and applicability in our style of racing.”

The UTV race started the Dirt Riot day with five competitors running for bragging rights.  Team Chaos Brian Gray came out on top in his new Artic Cat with newcomers Johnny Shealy and Chip Brockwell slugging it out for the next two positions. Johnny had been a spectator at the 2013 event, at the Plantation, and thought he’d try his hand this year.  He did well in his RZR900; his wife wouldn’t let him race her RZR1000! Winners for the UTV class in order are: First place Team Chaos Brian Gray, 2nd place Johnny Shealy, 3rd place Chip Brockwell, 4th place Mike Brown, and Dan Hunt coming in 5th place.

The mid-day race was a challenge for all; the trails were more than most of the various trail style rigs could handle. Winching became the order of the day to get up the steep hill at the back of the course. Kevin Crocker, who won the Dirt Riot Central Round 1 Hidden Falls 4600 class two weeks prior, made the trek to take on the terrain. While he won his class and completed his laps, his tires are expected to be replaced before the next event!  Redlyner Racing Jay Callaway in the mall crawler 4550 took home another win in the Pro 4500 Class.

In Mod Trail, the King Trumped the Prince for 1st.   Roger King of Team Robby Bobby in the Jeep Cherokee took home the honors over Scott Prince in the little Suzuki. Rock Rage Erik Peterson took home Stock Trail honors.

The last race of the day featured some good horsepower and a lot of flinging mud.  By the time this race got the green flag, the top track had dried out some, but several had made modifications to protect sensitive areas of their rigs from the intrusive track.  James Schofield in the Blue Torch Fab Black Widow took home honors in the 4400 class with Todd Klueger in second.

 

WE Rock Professional Rock Crawling Heads to Rangely, Colorado

The second round of the Trail-Gear Western Pro Rock Crawling series is this Saturday and Sunday at a brand new location in Rangely, Colorado.  The battles in each class are extremely competitive, providing a day of high entertainment for all to watch.  The first round of competition in Arizona went well for some, and others need to make up a lot of points this weekend.  “We are really excited to come to the Rangely Rock Crawling Park for the first time ever,” said Rich Klein, President and founder of W.E. Rock Events.  “There are some big and technical rocks here that will give us room to create lots of bonus lines for drivers.  With it being a new location, there won’t be an advantage to any team, they will all have to perform at the pro level to win!”

 

Rock crawling starts at 10am on both Saturday and Sunday.  Professional Rock Crawling is one of the most intricate sports in the motorsports arena.  It is technical, mechanical and filled with action.  The rock courses are setup in an area where spectators can bring their chairs and be able to see multiple courses running at the same time.  The two day format includes 4 courses of competition on Saturday and another 4 courses on Sunday, with a final shootout on Sunday afternoon which usually determines the final finishing positions.  The winner will be determined by the driver that has the least amount of points at the end of the weekend, similar to golf.

 

 

There are over 16 drivers already committed to coming to compete, some driving over 20 hours to be part of this professional series!  In the Pro Mod Class, current points leader Hooked Triangle Racing Jared Neff is followed by Team Superchips Aaron Sykes, by one point.  Also pre-registered is Rad Racing Kevin Reimer from Idaho Falls.

The Unlimited Class has eight pre-registered drivers including points leader Team Rock Hard Justin Hall, Trail-Gear’s Matt Messer and daughter Olivia Messer.  Second in points Mission Snow and Skate Dion Wakefield from Canada will be their to challenge the title along with Moab 4×4 Outpost Steve Nantz, Team Climax Matt Heimsoth and Blue Water Furnishings Justin Keilman.  In memory of Alec Taber, Bailey Campbell will not be competing at this event, but instead Campbell Racing has lent the car to Rick Deremo who will compete with Alec’s Dad as the spotter.

Mod Stock and Local 4×4 participants are encouraged to participate in the Sportsman Class and join already registered Eli Allen, Chris Mercer, Charlie Vacha and Jeff Womble.  There are minimal safety requirements including a roof, doors, 4-point harnesses, a DOT helmet and two fire extinguishers.

After the event we will have the results, pictures and stories posted on WEROCKLIVE.com.

Superchips’ Drivers Kaminsky & Jenkins Saddle Up for Dirt Riot Rd #2

The Dirt Riot Southwest Series will lay tracks in the Tucson, Arizona desert this Saturday April 5th at the MC Motorsports Park. LetzRoll Offroad Andrew McLaughlin, the winner of the first event, will be racing to maintain his series lead over Mesa’s Airen Patrick and Fly-N-Hi Performance Center’s Jeremy Hammer. Meet the drivers Friday night at 4 Wheel Parts (pick up a Superchips Flashpaq or TrailDash while you’re there) in Tucson and then watch the action e on Saturday. Sunday W.E.Rock Events will host the first ever All-Terrain Hero Race * Run * Walk.

“We are glad to be coming back to Tucson. We have put on rock crawling events here for years and our first Southwest Dirt Riot was here in 2012,” said Rich Klein, President and founder of W.E. Rock Events. “The Arizona racers and locals have been some of our strongest supporters, and we can’t help but love the weather here this time of year!”

Local UTV and 4×4 Sportsman drivers are encouraged to join in on the racing fun.

The list of pre-registered drivers includes Pro Class 4400 LetzRoll Offroad Racing Andrew McLaughlin, 602 Airen Patrick, Fly-N-Hi Racing Jeremy Hammer, Goodall Racing Ken Goodall and Rocking J Offroad John Brock. Pro Class 4500 LetzRoll Offroad Racing Alan Johnson and Muddnutt Racing Kevin Rants along with Pro Class 4600 drivers F&F Racing Cody Folsom, LetzRoll Offroad Racing Matt Salyers and of course Superchips’ sponsored team, Four Corners 4×4 with driver Jason Kaminsky and his co-pilot Rick Jenkins.

The racecourse is over 5 miles in length, a combo of desert, short course and man made rock crawling areas are included. Over a mile and a half of new track has been added since the 2012 Dirt Riot race in the same area. Watch the video of that race here.

Spectators are encouraged to come and enjoy the day of entertainment on Saturday April 5th. Admission is $15 for adults, $5 for ages 8-15, children 7 and under free and Military with ID get $5 off. There are vendors, food and amenities on site, and we encourage you to bring chairs and shade structures.

There are three Professional 4×4 classes, a Trail/Sportsman 4×4 class and a UTV class. The classes are built to encourage local 4×4 or UTV participants to join in a day of fun racing. For fees and payout information go to http://www.werocklive.com/2014-fees-payout/. Dirt Riot is an Endurance Racing series that is composed of five series of three races that stretch across the country. Superchips is a product sponsor of this event series and we encourage you to check it out when a race comes to your neck of the woods!

Superchips Renews Partnerships with W.E. Rock & Dirt Riot Series

Superchips is thrilled to continue as an official partner with WE Rock/Dirt Riot. These events place the Superchips brand in front of enthusiasts and consumers that demand and expect performance from the parts that help them compete, travel to/from events, tow out the race rig, and more. Our team values partnerships that deliver on their promise and the entire WE Rock/Dirt Riot staff does just that! We’re excited to support a series that currently facilitates events for some of our sponsored teams. Jason Kaminsky competes in a Superchips sponsored LJ and Aaron Sykes will have his Superchips rig at various WE Rock/Dirt Riot events in 2014. These events have continued to grow over the last several years and Superchips is excited to be involved, help promote the events, and continue to see a healthy growth pattern this year.

Enjoying the Arizona sun is the best way to kick off two of the hottest series in the off-road scene. Trail-Gear Western W.E. Rock Championship Rock Crawling will be on Saturday March 8th and Dirt Riot Endurance racing will be on Sunday March 9th at Thompson’s Ranch in Congress, AZ, a short hour from Phoenix. Both races are spectator and family friendly with vendors and food available, small cars will be fine on the 5-mile dirt road to the event entrance.

The Pro Modified Class will be packed with stiff competition from across the western United States. The 2013 battle between Team Superchips’ Aaron Sykes and Hooked Triangle Racing Jared Neff will continue into 2014. Aaron Sykes took the final points win in 2013 by a mere one point. We wish Aaron continued success in 2014. Check out the official W.E. Rock website for more information on the series and events near you.