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What would be the best choice for a chip or programmer to make my 24v smoke alot thats not horribly expensive
Boy that makes a lot of sense...
You don't want to pay a lot to make smoke but your willing to lose MPG and pay more at the fuel station daily being that smoke is unburnt fuel...
Cruel method: Duct tape you air filter shut... Cheap and it will smoke.
Smart Method: If you smart build for power and the smoke will come. But then learn how to driver without smoke to gain the MPG's back. If you drive with a heavy foot a chip/programmer will drop your MPG quickly... Most all good chips/programmers run about $600 bucks. More power the more smoke so more money the more smoke...
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