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GSF has some great pieces and you don't need a chip. I was originally planning on going the chip route because I thought I needed a new one anyway. The early motronic chips are mapped pretty conservative and I happened to find my old original one, so I used that with an MSD 6BTM with boost retard. This gives you some adjustability. For fuel I just used a RRFPR. The MAF from split second also has air/fuel adjustments over the entire power band so if I decide to up the boost I can re-adjust for it. I think the chip is very hard to get just right and is kind of cookie cutter unless they have the car. If I were to go the chip route I would have someone program one specifically for my car while it was sitting on their dyno. But thats just my opponion.
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