Question about Volkswagen Golf
Yes the power can be even doubled, but this will ruin the engine pretty fast. For safety and reliability reasons don't install a chip that boosts the power to more than 170bhp.
Yes, the fuel consumption will be increased - depending on how the aggressive are the settings it can even double. Because of that the emissions will most surely fail a test.
The insurance will skyrocket - chipping a car makes you in the eyes of the insurers a reckless driver, a security risk.
For all of this causes you need a plug-in chip, one that can be easily be removed for inspections. One like
Posted on Sep 12, 2010
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