from what I've read, there is no real need to disconnect your battery cable when resetting your computer. For that matter, you don't ever really have to reset your cars computer. It will recalibrate it's settings (within it's limits) automatically after analyzing the a/f ratios. If you install a new intake for instance, you computer quickly realizes that there is more air present in the combustion chamber and compensates with more fuel. You don't NEED to disconnect your cables to reset your computer, it will take care of itself........ atleast this is what I've read.
2000 automatic gt-
borla cat-back, bassani x-pipe w/ cats, steeda MIL's, k&n fipkit, cobra calipers up front, wolf springs, KYB adjustable shocks, C&L intake plenum, MAC 70mm throttlebody, kenny brown subframes w/ cross brace, plasma booster, SLP 180 degree thermo, frpp 3.73's, superchip custom tune
new #'s - 241 rwhp, 290 rwtq