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G Force Chips 2 years 9 months ago #243

  • mfphil01
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Anyone out there have any experience with G Force Chips (performance, installation, etc)? Looks to be a good way for HP and mileage boost.
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Re: G Force Chips 2 years 9 months ago #249

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mfphil01 wrote:
Anyone out there have any experience with G Force Chips (performance, installation, etc)? Looks to be a good way for HP and mileage boost.

Do you have smog inspection at your location?

George Dill
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Re: G Force Chips 2 years 9 months ago #254

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Although I do not have any experience with this particular product, I would beware of anything that messes with air/fuel ratios that was not developed by someone intimately familiar with this engine management system. Besides, performance modifications for P2 and newer cars are written directly to the car's software via the OBD port.
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Re: G Force Chips 2 years 9 months ago #263

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^^^^^ what he said


Stay Away!

Just not worth it. They are a gimmick and will cost you more than you will ever save in gas. Just put a couple extra psi in your tires, keep cargo to a minimum, and stay out of the throttle. That will save more gas than g force ever will.
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