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WTB: Turbo-S Autothority 28-pin chips

For all of you rich Turbo S guys out there crazy enough to upgrade to Vitesse/LR, MAF's, stand-alones, etc.

Who has an old set of 951S Autothority chips lying around gathering dust? I know that I can get a set off of Fleabay for $100, but figured that I would look here first.

TIA, Keith
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1987 924S 944 SPEC racecar - '88 pistons/DME, short 5th
1987 944S - Restored salvage title, ready to live again
I can fix your late 944 Cruise Control module - PM for details
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Keith,
I have a set that I replaced with the MAF kit. They are in the garage{need to find them} I'll give you a call.
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I have a set of Guru's off my 89, I was in the process of upgrading from my Authoritys but I got rid of the car. $70 shipped.
email me a gstreever@nrad.com if interested.

Gary
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Can't find mine!! To much stuff, and to many projects.
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I have a set of Guru's off my 89, I was in the process of upgrading from my Authoritys but I got rid of the car. $70 shipped.
email me a gstreever@nrad.com if interested.

Gary
What do the Guru's require? The car is completely stock at this point.

Also, how do the Guru's compare to the Autothority's? I know APE's run rich low/mid and lean up top; how about the Guru's?

TIA,

Keith
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1987 924S 944 SPEC racecar - '88 pistons/DME, short 5th
1987 944S - Restored salvage title, ready to live again
I can fix your late 944 Cruise Control module - PM for details
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What do the Guru's require? The car is completely stock at this point.

Also, how do the Guru's compare to the Autothority's? I know APE's run rich low/mid and lean up top; how about the Guru's?

TIA,

Keith
They should be used with a 3 bar FPR, I was told they run on the rich side for safety. I never got around to installing them. I don't have the 3 bar FPR, for
best performance and safety I think the 3 bar FPR should always be used with after market chips to ensure enough fuel with boost of 15#s or more. I have heard people running 17#s with these chips. Guru is no longer in business
but they were good in their day, These should add about 45 hp to a stock car.
If you are not satisified with them, I would give you 2 weeks to try and return
and I would refund your money assuming you don't bend the pins.

Gary
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These Guru's look like they have a lot of adjustability, plus they should pass emissions as well

Here is some info I found on them archived at Renn.... http://rds.yahoo.com/_ylt=A0oGkjtl5wBKAgwBSXJXNyoA;_ylu=X3oDMTByOHJhc2x 0BHNlYwNzcgRwb3MDOQRjb2xvA3NrMQR2dGlkAw--/SIG=12r0bsbqk/EXP=1241659621/**http%3a//members.rennlist.com/jerseyshore944/GURU-ChipKitInstallation.pdf

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1987 924S 944 SPEC racecar - '88 pistons/DME, short 5th
1987 944S - Restored salvage title, ready to live again
I can fix your late 944 Cruise Control module - PM for details
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