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superchips programmer for a chevy

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by highrider_44s, Dec 25, 2004.

  1. highrider_44s

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    i just got a 98 chev vortec and i was wandering if any one has had any experience with this programmer is it worth the money will it do what it says
    21hp @36fb torx iirc sound good
     
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    I sold one to a friend of mine and he was very pleased with the performance.
     
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    how many things could you do with it and how did it improve the performance
     
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    It advances the timing, changes the shift points, and I believe enrichens the fuel mixture slightly. It had several settings on it. He really likes it. It has a performance mode, towing, etc.
     
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    sweet maby i going to get one
     
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    we've put one on a superduty, a mustang, and a f150, all made noticeable improvements, but with the superduty being the most noticeable seat-of-pants.
     

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