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Old 08-21-2008, 02:47 AM
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Default Cheap Diesel Chips.com?????

A buddy of mine ordered 2 of them and i bought one off of him.looked at their website looks decent but the price is bothering me, if it was any good why so cheap? anybody have any experience with these? Stacking it with Smarty Jr.???
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Old 08-21-2008, 11:38 AM
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All it is a rail pressure sensor fooler. It just remaps the sensor voltage so the ECU commands more pressure. Basically this module reports a lower than commanded rail pressure from the sensor to the ECU so the ECU gets "tricked" into increasing the rail pressure. See, the ECU sends a command for rail pressure to the FCA on the CP3. Then the ECU compares this to the actual rail pressure (commanded versus actual) from the rail pressure sensor on the top of the motor where this module plugs into. If the delta is not within spec but not too far off than the ECU will command more pressure so more rail pressure is produced, without the knowledge of too much pressure to the ECU because the reported pressure is still within spec to the ECU because of the bogus number the new module reports it at. The higher rail pressure makes more power.
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I contacted the manufacture of these chips to come and add insight , pointed him to the other thread about them , He basically said that the people who replied to the thread starter were idiots and that is not what these do , I asked him to sign up and explain what exactly they are and he said he didnt do forums
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Those idiots have it all wrong, it’s amazing to see how many know it alls exist on the forums. NONE of them have tried it but they all know what it does.
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Old 08-21-2008, 12:44 PM
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He's a very bitter man. I described exactly what his $8, weekend project does. He doesn't have to like it but it's the truth. It only connects to the rail pressure sensor for crying out loud, what else could it do?????? Magic????
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Old 08-21-2008, 01:10 PM
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He's a very bitter man. I described exactly what his $8, weekend project does. He doesn't have to like it but it's the truth. It only connects to the rail pressure sensor for crying out loud, what else could it do?????? Magic????
LOL good one!
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Old 08-21-2008, 02:33 PM
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I bet his customer support is great too...
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Well Lets Calm down here and maybe we can get him involved and share some information about his products
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Old 08-21-2008, 02:40 PM
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Well Lets Calm down here and maybe we can get him involved and share some information about his products
That would be ideal, because the more good products that are out there, the better everyone is. However, it sounds like Larry and Jack soured him on Forums....or it could be all the "holier than thou" diesel owners on there that have nothing good to say.
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He deserves a fair shot at informing us about his products
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