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Newbie Alert ... Newbie Alert ... I understand no programmer is yet available for my 2012 Longhorn 1500 becos no one outside of RAM has yet succeeded in hacking ... I mean reverse engineering .... the code for the ECU. Yet I see an advertisment fopr a very reasonably priced chip kit that promises all kinds of wonderful things, raising HP, increasing mileage, reducing emissions, buttering my toast, stirring my coffee.
I have to be missing something. How can a chip kit do what a programmer cannot? How can the vendor program the chip if Dodge has not published the code?
thanks in advance.
DemoDog puzzled in MD.
 

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Be aware of certain "Super chips" etc... do online reviews of these chips, a few that I've seen turn out to be shams and people complain about never receiving chips or getting jipped... like a few other members are saying..

"If it's to good to be true..."
 

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Usually chips just confuse your computer into pumping more gas into the engine quicker or some shit like that. Chips are a no go.
 
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