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Old 11 Apr 2011, 04:16 pm
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Default Anybody know about performance chips in a 2001 Honda Civic?

I have a civic, but want it to go faster. Does anyone know about any performance chips that are worth a damn? or should i do something that's not lazy?

I can't buy a new car because i just bought this in december
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Old 11 Apr 2011, 04:31 pm
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There are chips available,but your car is 10 years old.Why not buy a faster car as you will have to notify your insurance co when you chip & if you don't your insurance will be invalidated.
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