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Old 10-29-2007, 11:12 PM
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venom chip

I have seen a venom computer chip and it looked like it could be ok what does everyone think about it
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why not?
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Old 10-29-2007, 11:38 PM
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i dont disagree with the 'no's' but i want to know why its a 'no,' im just trying to get educated, dont know squat about em
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Old 10-29-2007, 11:40 PM
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Yea, why not? I like the way the chip looks... Its pretty and looks mighty fancy...


Of course, I wouldn't put one in my car... Its a complete waste of money, time, and effort for absolutely no true gains. Its much cheaper to actually tune your car to get performance out of it than buy a chip thats has no idea what your engine is or needs to perform well...

This subject gets covered 100x time a day all over and people still buy these chips... Hondas dont work like Volkwagens (or diesel trucks) with a performance chip giving true hp gains. The only chips I would waste money on are truely tunable ones like Hondata , Uberdata, Crome Pro, and Neptune... Those can be tuned and achieve good hp gains and even fuel efficiency gains... Plus, they are safer than a chip that raises your rev limiter to 30,000 rpms and kicks Vtec in at 4000 rpms on a h23a1..


I guess what I am trying to say is they are a waste of money. They do not perform, they cost money, and there are better options out there. Even a VAFC is a better option by 100x and cheaper to boot...
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the only time you'd need to chip is if you did anything to your car and then you'd have to have it tuned to your car and specific mods, too many variables and all, its better just left alone
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