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Old 07-26-2009, 07:49 PM
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TPS fooler?

Here, what do ya'll think about this? I haven't heard anything negative about this thing only positives....

http://www.casperselectronics.com/st...oducts_id=1414
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Here, what do ya'll think about this? I haven't heard anything negative about this thing only positives....

http://www.casperselectronics.com/st...oducts_id=1414
It's a waste! The WOT voltage is determined by the idle TPS voltage any way. If the idle TPS voltage is set correctly, there will be no advantage.
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Old 07-27-2009, 01:17 PM
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Ehhh... wtf? Yeah I think it's snake oil Junior, don't waste your money.
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uhh yeah not a good idea...basically if your idling your going to be DUMPING fuel in the engine that doesnt need it.....i would guessthat the INLY reason for this would be STRICTLY drag racing or something like that where it is not on the street at all and its either no throttle or wide open throttle
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G-Force chip

Can I add the G force to my 5.4 ?
Are the chips engine specific or is it one size fits all. I have one for my Jeep 4L
And would like to install in my E350 HD.
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