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 Post subject: What sort of chip for my BA?
Posted: Wed Aug 03, 2005 3:15 pm 
Tyre Shredder

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Hey guys just want to get an idea of what sort of chip everybody out there recommends, what sort of chips are people running atm? I have a 2004 BA 6cyl. Thanks guys



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Posted: Wed Aug 03, 2005 4:21 pm 
Getting Side Ways
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If you have a BA then you can't go past the CAPA Flashtuner. see

Much more powerfull than any interceptor and the changes are virtually undetectable and keep all the good bits of your factory tune. You can even adjust things yourself if you want.

By the way owners of E-series. Bug CAPA about their flashtuner coming out for EECV-series cars. Listed in their parts list as "Performance tune module EF-EL" $795 I got an e-mail saying it was coming out "In the next couple of months" So e-mail them for info. The more interest the more they will work on it!



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