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Old 09-21-2011, 08:37 PM
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^that's not true.....a chip is like a "piggyback" circuit board as described above that stays on the truck and tricks sensors....not good.

A tuner accesses the actual "software" of the computer through the obd port and actually rewrites the programming....this is good

An example of a "chip" is the "jet stage 1" or "jet stage 2" chip

An example of a "tuner" or "programmer" is the superchips or diablo sport.
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