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Old 09-02-2005, 08:01 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Im looking to go with my first performance upgrade, should I chip it or go with a CAI? Which brand for either upgrade? any pro's or cons? I hear Turner is pretty good for their chip and their conforti intake?

Honestly.. I'm Leaning toward the chip a lot more.. Who is better Turner or Dinan? What about Bavarian Auto?
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First off, let me ask you this, What car is this going on?

OBD-I or II?

IF OBD-I I'd do chip first then intake, and I would go with Turner just bcs they have been doing chips for longer than others.

IF OBD-II, do CAI first, and eventually chip
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