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Re: More SuperChips stuff
>Glen's valid point is that it is unethical, if not downright fradulent to
>advertise something you are not delivering. In this case, (and I haven't
>seen the ad, so I'm relying on Glen's inference) Glen infers that the ad
>promises a modified EPROM to deliver the increased performance. If that's
>the case, and from Peter's forthright postings, I gather that it is, Peter
>should change his ads, eliminating parts that are just not true.
>'77 Feline Varmint Felix, Gray Tabby
>'86 Carrera Cabriolet, Guards Red
>'87 Syncro (Stealth Quattro
I looked up the ad.
The mods being sold are:
modify part and full throttle parameters, remove speed limits
and alter rev limits.
They also say there is no one better to buy a chip from.
(Maybe they should say electro-mechanical upgrade?)
I'm kind of curious why the prices range from $200-$500
where a mustang svo upgrade to 255 hp cost $250 and a
quattro turbo upgrade to 265 hp is $400