My Big Hoss chip had no identification as to which power level it was, and could be and was reburned numerous times to different power levels without any identification changes to the chip itself.
Bare in mind that 4 wheel parts used to, if they don't still, burn those chips. Maybe they have a program verification portion of their burner software that can simply tell you which level it is, and for which Cache code.
, the banks programming was spot-on dialed in and
made more power on my truck than the TS programs at the time.
So bash all you want. They make good sh*t.
If they offered a group of programs for single shot injectors most of you would be getting your asses handed to you by their tuning. Anyone arguing with their tuning done on the dyno with sensors on everything imaginable by guys with CS, ME and EE degrees is a fool.
They don't offer products in the range of power most of us are in. But I have no doubt that if they did, they would be more refined than what most of us are running.
If the bulk of the money was in this segment of the market they would offer it. But being that power outputs beyond what they offer immediately get into the region of broken trannies, fuel systems, injectors, turbochargers so on and so forth, the market for this shrinks DRAMATICALLY compared to the intake, exhaust and chip market. So you won't likely ever see them putting their time into it.