1. first and foremost, unless the chip is custom burned for your specific modifications. It's not going to do much if anything for performance. Companies like JET, that make a "one size fits all" chip are just taking your money and laughing at the "15% hp gain" that you think your getting.urcarsux on Aug/28/02 said:I have a 96 GSR and only performance mod is CAI. Someone wants to sell me a chip that increases redline and lowers vtec engagement to 4500. My mechanic said this is a waste because I don't have enough mods. What do you guys think.Thanks.
i showed everyone here something like that a while ago so you abut 2 months 2 late that picture they have timing advance = horsepower is funny thoughMASSIVEINTEGRA on Aug/28/02check this out on ebay: ITEM #1854458086 said:HUMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM??????? LOL
You can't chip a OBD2 ECU anyways. Unless you ship it out to Japan (somewhere) and have then do it for you. And with only a air intake, you don't need to upgrade your ECU. IMO.urcarsux on Aug/29/02 said:So what is the conclusion. Do I get the chip or not. Also, will it fit in my OBII. Thanks.