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Quote (MegZ @ Nov 3 2008)

I believe Jerry said $1100 ... pricey...but if you want that extra power it gives the vehicle 25% more.

Can you get me info on it like max RPM top speed and anything else available please please please! :):):)

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A power chip?! Please don't tell George! Please!!!!!!!!!!!!!(LOL)When he reads this I'm going to be in so much trouble ;)

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A power chip?! Please don't tell George! Please!!!!!!!!!!!!!(LOL)When he reads this I'm going to be in so much trouble ;)

:lol: Yea, but I'm sure my wife would agree with you, and tell me it's a man thing. :lol:

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We are currently in the midst of installing one on one of our vehicles and as soon as it is being tested and we get the results...you guys will have them 2! Jerry has been out of town cause my papaw has been sick and he should be getting back on thurs. hopefully we will see this installed this weekend:) ~~Meg

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