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Hi Dave, I've heard of them and have seen their ads in car magazines. If I remember I have an article in Cars Illustrated or was it Modern Muscle?, that had a a number of these hi-po chips for comparison testing. For what it's worth, all the reseach I've done for my 1986 Monte SS, is not to waste my money. I got this info from the monte-list web site,
where all info is tried/tested and real, based on list members experience.
 

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Dave, Most of the chips only affect wide open throttle or near wide open throttle calibration. If that is what you're looking for then hypertech is a vey good company. I suggest you call them on the phone and tell them what you want to do.
 

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The rule of thumb on these chips is that they provide a real improvement on cars that are not all that highly tuned (like older cars) and not much on more modern better calibrated cars.
 

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Dave, I have some personal comments on them that I could share with you that I don't think Al would like me to share here. You can e-mail me and I'll tell you my story of performance and service with them.
 

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Not much of a noticeable difference on my computer controlled car either! Like one of the previous people said, they're only good at wide open throttle.
 

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So from the feed-back I take it they su##. I was trying to get a little more out of my "86" El Camino 4.3L when I tow my boat. I put in a new tran. & motor and after a lot of fine tuning she is runing great, just
thought it might give it that little edge but I don't want more problems.
                                                Thanks. Dave
 
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