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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 01-02-04, 09:25 PM Thread Starter
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Chips for I6 ?

Just wondering what kind of experiences people have had with powerchip or chiptroque chips?

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Re: Chips for I6 ?

It isn't necassary for the I6 until you really start going crazy with cams.
On a standard engine you won't echieve much at all.

There are other, better ways to extract power from the I6.

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Re: Chips for I6 ?

My plans are to get a reground cam to complement my exhaust system, get a hi-stall torque converter and then chip it.

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Re: Chips for I6 ?

If you want to get a cam/chip package, get the crow stg 3 kit, included is a chiptourque chip-stg 3 cam-vernier gear-heavy valve springs and a good set of leads.
Good way to go coz it is all matched together and runs quiet well.

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