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Old 12 Oct 2007, 04:07 pm
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if your question is what is a performance chip, imagine a chip that you put somewhere in your car`s engine so it has some let say 40 horsepower more.
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if your question is what is a performance chip, imagine a chip that you put somewhere in your car`s engine so it has some let say 40 horsepower more.
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there are many performance chips for honda but since its for a honda i would go with the people who know hondas like hondata.check them out at www.hondata.com without a real question this is all the help i can give..
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Old 12 Oct 2007, 04:12 pm
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Hondas do not have a computer with interchangeable "performance chip" in it. You need to consult with a high performance shop to know what your choices are.
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Sorry I'm bumping an old thread but don't waste your money on these. I was thinking about getting a performance chip too, but it looks like these things don't do crap. I was reading this article about it, and it looks like these things don't work at all
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Sorry I'm bumping an old thread but don't waste your money on these. I was thinking about getting a performance chip too, but it looks like these things don't do crap. I was reading this article about it, and it looks like these things don't work at all
Hey I just read that article, I think anyone who is about to buy these chips should read this. It's crazy how some people spend so much money on these junks
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Old 08 Nov 2011, 01:25 pm
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I purchased a $70 chip. I have it for 2 months now and I am satisfied with the performance. I went to a shop for installation; considering that the price was good and the chip does what it supposed to do I consider this investment to be a worthy one.
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