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Originally posted by Lorenfb
Furthermore, the issue all long has been with regard to a stock engine and
the resulting performance gain from a chip, and NOT the performance gain
achieved by installing a chip AFTER making engine mods.
So you are saying that if you perform modifications to your engine (such as removing the cat, performance muffler, etc) then utilize a chip that has been programed using a dyno with those specific modifications, then it is possible to achieve performance gains?
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