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Sounds like you're dishing some potential crap! (archive)

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Posted by Jim E. on October 07, 1999 at 16:57:36:

In Reply to: Just dynoed with & w/o chip posted by js on October 06, 1999 at 14:27:12:

If you're being truthful then scan in your dyno sheets, give us the name of the chip tuner, and the name and number of the dyno shop which dynoed your car. Your private email address might also lend some credibility to your $.02.

Otherwise, don't even post. You can privately email me ALL the info and I will verify it for the rest.

Jim E.

: Just dynoed a 1995 m3 with a very popular chip tunners chip and made 3 pulls. Took out the chip and made 2 pulls.
: There were several areas where the chip runs had 2 to 4 more hp than stock, and at 6500 it was down 2 hp with the chip. I will still leave the chip in since the car seems to run smoother. I know every car is different, and I have seen cars that had custom chips burned on the dyno and they have a better result. I was supprised since the tunner advertises 18 hp, not even close. My .02





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