Superchips Announces First to Market 2005 2007 4.0L Nissan Xterra Coverage
October 24th, 2008
Category: Performance Programmers
Sanford, FL Superchips announces first to market coverage for the 2005 2007 MY 4.0L Nissan Xterra. Cortex performance programmer (part no. 4950) is the must have accessory for any Nissan or Infiniti truck or SUV desiring superior drivability, power, and performance.
The off-road bred Xterra is now even more exciting for on-road, off-road, and towing uses with a Superchips calibration installed. Users gain up to 16 RWHP and up to 18 Ft/Lbs torque at 4400 RPM. Other key features in the Nissan Cortex include the best drivability in the industry, enhanced throttle response, wide open throttle restriction removal, speed limiter adjustment, RPM limiter adjustment, diagnostic trouble code read and clear capability, and an industry-exclusive 2-year powertrain warranty. DAQ 1 and DAQ 2 data acquisition software will be available as a no cost online update in the coming months.
The Cortex programmer is essentially never out of date with regular, free updating of the unit exclusively at Superchips.com. Superchips consistently re-engineers their calibrations to stay in-line with the new calibration files OEM manufacturers release and makes them available at no cost to their customers.
Superchips offers a complete line of hand-held programmers for most late-model cars, trucks, and SUVs. Whether you need power, performance, drivability, or improved mileage, Cortex, Flashpaq, and the all new Mileage XS from Superchips can provide it.
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