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Do I need the Superlift EGR module if I get the FlashPaq?

I am planning my superlift and Jeep upgrades and I want to get a programmer to give my 4.7L a little more gusto since I'm going to try and run 34" tires.

I don't want a street racer but I think the tuner will help from what I have read.

The question is where I still need the superlift module:

to solve the traction control issues? Will the flashpaq's tire size reprogram be enough to avoid all of that?

I don't want to have to turn off ESP everytime I get into the car.


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