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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 08-18-03, 01:12 AM Thread Starter
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Hi All.
Has anyone had a powerchip fitted to their xr6t yet.
I have read about the aps chip but nothing re the powerchip.
The guys from powerchip say the gold chip will take the xr6t
to around 285 - 290kw. Would love to hear of any in the field.
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post #2 of 5 (permalink) Old 08-19-03, 06:26 AM
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Re: Powerchip

powerchip is a plug and play. It's okay if you have a stocky and just want to bump up the kws.

No good if you are planning on doing various mods that require unique tuning.

I wish all these modders will stop researching on the XR6T and start bringing some packages for the XR8! Not fair!!
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Re: Powerchip

A guy in our club just took powerchip to court as the chip did nothing for his car. Despite their promise of a money back guarantee, they reduce it by handling costs, installation costs etc. He took them to court 2 weeks ago and won.

I don't think there is any more proof required that these particular chips do nothing. Unichip is the way to go.

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You might like to do a search of the various forums round here (they have changed names a few times recently so it may be hard to find the thread) about this subject.

There was a lot of talk about the powerchip, and unfortunately the response was a fairly negative attitude towards it for a number of reasons (i dont remember well enough to ellaborate).
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Re: Powerchip

I looked at the powerchip and spoke to them, when I rasied the issue of a eec tuner they got rather narkie, enough so I wouldn't deal with them.

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