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Old 10-08-2010, 01:30 PM
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Default Race Chip?

I have 60lb mototron injectors and a 3.5 maf w/t

I have a full throttle extender chip for the street and i would like to get a race chip to spice things up with 110 octane.

Any recommendations?
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Old 10-09-2010, 02:06 AM
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I have 60lb mototron injectors and a 3.5 maf w/t

I have a full throttle extender chip for the street and i would like to get a race chip to spice things up with 110 octane.

Any recommendations?
Thanks for your thoughts in advance


We can get you a TT chip, but I recommend you lean to the Alchy kits...
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Old 10-18-2010, 01:34 AM
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Default Chip degrees?

Uncle Jack,
i found out that my Full Throttle chip has 19/17 degrees of timing...

to me it seems like the car just does not continue pulling even at 19lbs of boost with virtually no knock,,,

what is your feelings about that timing for performance?

are the t/t chips running more timing? and do you keep them in stock for 60lb injectors?

your thoughts are appreciated....
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Old 10-22-2010, 02:34 AM
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Default uncle Jack??

Im waiting for your direction??
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Uncle Jack,
i found out that my Full Throttle chip has 19/17 degrees of timing...

to me it seems like the car just does not continue pulling even at 19lbs of boost with virtually no knock,,,

what is your feelings about that timing for performance?

are the t/t chips running more timing? and do you keep them in stock for 60lb injectors?

your thoughts are appreciated....
Ok Brotha... been on the road for over a week, limited internet access.. But here I am in BG.. got a signal.. ok, you have a street chip, that's what it is, not gonna run like a race chip.. I would suggest you contact Eric at TurboTweak for a race chip, if that if what you want, he's the best. If you really want to play, I would rather see you purchase our Alky kit, stick to pump gas and step up the boost. We'll have a chip for it and once you tune it in, O2 sensors aren't a problem and it's set to run hard allllll the time.. what cha think..
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