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Re: Chip information
I had Ned Rithchie, of Intended Acceleration in Olympia, WA modify my
computer. There is no spring involved, just a chip. He claims a 70
horsepower increase, but I am not sure it is that much. I will state that I
am completely satisfied with the increase in power for $900! At the cost of
replacing a 20V engine, I decided to go with the person I felt gave the
engine the most protection. I did this about one year ago, on a 50,000 mile
car, and have not had one problem. Make sure you have a new timing belt for
1991 200 20v sedan with lots of great horsepower.
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Tuesday, July 27, 1999 5:31 PM
Subject: Chip information
> Hey listers, I want to install a chip and spring in my 91TQ. It is a
> car with 62k on the odo. I live at a very high altitude and want the best
> performance between 3000 and 5000 rpm. My question is, should I buy from
> of the usual suspects or is there someone who can modify my CPU or chip
> save me some $$$ by sending it away and waiting for it to return before
> the car?
> Any input would be appreciated.
> 91TQ (THE BEST COLORADO CAR MADE)