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ForceFed
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Feb 7, 10:15pm - #394332 
Jet Chip

I know I have seen a thread on here awhile ago about this but does the Jet Chip really work with our cars or is it smarter to just get a power FC?


cant say ive done that before... ahh crap
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Feb 7, 10:31pm - #394333 
we need dynos to prove it...some guy claims it works...


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Feb 7, 10:57pm - #394334 
get pfc


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Feb 8, 4:27pm - #394335 
It's possible that the guy got the chip to work...but the way it was installed if you ever wanted to change something you'd have to send in your entire ECU back to the company for them to change it.

With the PFC you can tune on your own. The PFC also lets you change VVT, lift, and rev limiter.

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Feb 8, 4:35pm - #394336 
pfc is better


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Feb 8, 7:25pm - #394337 
Originally Posted by renfield90
It's possible that the guy got the chip to work...but the way it was installed if you ever wanted to change something you'd have to send in your entire ECU back to the company for them to change it.

With the PFC you can tune on your own. The PFC also lets you change VVT, lift, and rev limiter.


that is why the PFC costs more. thumbsup


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Feb 8, 9:46pm - #394338 
a PFC would be like freakin sweet but yeah it cost a lot. cry


cant say ive done that before... ahh crap
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