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« on: 04/05/11 11:02 AM »

Just curious if anyone has added a performance chip such as G-Force. Did it have any effect on fuel economy and/or performance?

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« Reply #1 on: 06/09/11 02:10 PM »

Heres a link where tests have been made on all the chips:   


They don't recommend the G-Force chip especially, and some actually give you less horsepower and torgue as well as lower gas milage. Appears the Motorsports Performance Chip is the best at a lower price but I would like to hear from someone who has used it.
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« Reply #2 on: 03/11/13 08:21 AM »

I know this is an old post, but I recently came across a website called "G Force Chip Scam."

They disassembled a G Force chip circuit.  It turns out that the box actually has a bunch of components but the wires in-and-out of it connect to nothing.  The chip itself is a cheap logic chip wired in a nonsensical way.  The system is completely bogus.

At $70 US, it can certainly lighten your billfold, but that seems to be the only way it improves the performance.


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