Question about 2003 Ford Mustang
I have to be very honest with you on this one. Do not splice into your IAT wire circuit to add this so called chip. Your chip is nothing more than a resistor, and is a gimick. I guess the question one should as themself is: If this resistor created power and noticeable engine performance, then why didn't Ford just add this .25 cent resistor to the circuit? They would have saved thousands of dollars in manufacturing costs, and gained a lot more in performance.
Another question; Why didn't this so called chip come with instructions and guide people thru this process. If you want to create lean conditions and cause other driveability problems in the future, then install this resistor.
If you want real performance, Purchase a Tuner programmer from Summit Racing and use your lap top to set,adjust and control all engine management components to get the most from your vehicle...this is the correct way....not a resistor. I'm sure many people say their freinds have it and it works, I say show me the Dyno results and the lap top performance results!
Just trying to help you out and prevent you from getting pulled in to this false product.
Posted on Jul 20, 2010
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