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Old 08-18-2004, 10:10 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I wrote about this on another post, but I need some definite answers..

I think el pres says it comes pretty close.

a 325 OBD I chipped vs. a 328 OBDII sharked...

They produce about the same torque, but the 325 OBD I chipped has more horsepower...

I want a 328, just because of bragging rights of the bigger displacement, but if a 325 chipped is about the same, and costs less, then I'd rather get that one and save some money for mods...
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Old 08-18-2004, 10:24 PM   #2 (permalink)
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im sorry even with my chip my car isnt quite as fast as a 328 with just an intake. i race my buddy all the damn time and he is ever so slightly faster than me. i can edge him out on the highway , but thats when we start to hit speeds of 190+km/h

the 328 stock has a lot more torque than the 325, the hp may be close but hp doenst count for much when the torque curve is that different.
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Ouch, just checked out the injectors, they cost about 4 times as much as the ebay chips...

I think I can live with slightly less speed, saving a few hundred bucks for something else
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If you want maxium speed for minium cost: OBDI converted 328 using TMS software..
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