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ECU Chipping

Discussion in 'ECU's, Electronics, and Tuning' started by Maddman7887, Aug 7, 2006.

  1. Maddman7887

    Maddman7887 Junior Member

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    please see my post...
     
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  3. Maddman7887

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    hey your right but why dont you learn how to read before you talk. The kit that moates sells doesnt come with a programmed Chip, I sell the kit with any type of program chip AS you seee i STATED "DIY Chipping Kits: comes with a m27c256 CHIP WITH ANY PROGRAM, 28 pin Socket, resistor, Jumper, and 74HC373N chip. Price is $25 bucks" iight
     
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    still a rip off IMO, how hard is it to burn a chip? most people that are gonna chip their own ecu probly either have aor know somebody that has a burner.

    good luck on the sales
     
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    hello i am gsrtj from mexico im asquinfor ecu chipping thanks
     
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