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Old 11-25-2012, 12:54 PM   #31 (permalink)
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I have used chips in the past with good results. Now I need the wire diagram to hook up my GF chip on my 08 RedLine. just got it in the mail. I will report the results on this one.
Can anyone help with the diagram?
You mean its not "plug and play"????
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Old 12-04-2012, 12:16 PM   #32 (permalink)
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I totally agree that most Performance Chips don't do much if anything, I know this because I bought GForce and if anyone wants it just let me know and they can have it. However I then bought a Cortex Superchip and there is no question about it working.

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Dyno? What is your boost before / after?
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After two months, the OP has never been back to this discussion.
They may very well be spoofed accounts and trolls, but with the answers they got, why would they?
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They may very well be spoofed accounts and trolls, but with the answers they got, why would they?
His question did generate a lot of hoots and hollers, but he also got a number of responses with a common and direct answer, like Tomato Soup's...

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These things get asked about all the time here and on the other Kappa fora. In summary, it's complete snake oil and will have no useful effect. Complete waste of money, stay away.
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Dyno? What is your boost before / after?
20 psi Before and 22 psi After. Installed a 3" Magnaflow SS CATBACK which seemed to make quite a bit of difference in the performance.

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Has anyone gotten the Rebar stabilizer ? If so what do you think ? I was looking at the Kappa springs and Rebar.Looks good fer cheap
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