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Stage two proto chip

I have a stage two chip that I traded for a while back. I am thinking it may be too agressive for my low boost application; .5bar or so. Any opinions? Anyone have a stage one that wants to upgrade and trade?
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nahhh..there are some conversion guys hanging around. Not all of us were lucky enough to buy the right car...some of us have to chop, cut and build it.
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CIS...Chip Isn't Standard. Sometimes I sure wish I could be a chip off the ol' block, but I'm stuck with CIS vs. EFI.
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any conversion guys around?
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Hey Ben,

I'm a fellow Turbo Carrera guy. Todd from Protomotive will actually customize the chip for you, according to your specific setup. For example, I started out by requesting a Stage 1 chip for him, and I mentioned that I was dropping the compression to 8.0:1, twin plugging, .7 bar, etc. Then he mentioned that he would just customize the chip for me. The price came out to be the same.

Actually, when I installed the chip that I first got from him, my car was running very poorly. I gave him a call and reviewed the specs of the car with him. He was able to tell me over the phone that he programmed it incorrectly, so I sent it back to him and he fixed & returned it in a hurry.

I'd suggest giving Protomotive a call and asking to talk to him. I think it's less than $100 to have it reprogrammed, and you'll have the satisfaction of knowing that it's customized!
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Andy, thanks. I actually spoke with him already and will go that route.
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