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well its got a money back guarantee.
I'm not saying its a scam, it's just a simple resistor that you plug into your iat plug instead of the sensor. The iat sensor is an ntc type sensor that changes resistance as temperature changes. So by adding this resistor you can have the ecu reading the "sweet spot"
 

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Yup. Just a resistor. Fucks with the signal your iat sends to make your computer think the air coming in is colder then it actually is so your car will run richer. My friend bought one for his car. He said it didn't get any more powerful and his fuel mileage got way worse.
 

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dont listen to the haters, try it out and report back
 

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Just unplug your rear O2 sensor- sends the comp into "safe mode". Or unplug both. It looses torque I believe, maybe 1-3mpg. Same effect, probs cheaper.
 

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Oh im not going to use this..knew this would happen cant believe
 

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It seems like no matter what forum I'm on there's always somebody trying to find a chip for quick HP. Do research!
 

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saw it on ad thought i share never said anything about using it bob.
 
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