performance chips

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Asked by Aug 23, 2008 at 10:06 PM about the 2004 Ford Focus ZTS

Question type: Car Customization

im looking to get a chip for my new focus i picked up but i dont no where to get one or what a good brand is, can any one help me it would be greatly appreciated

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Try this site. It should be able to help you out http://www.focussport.com/chips.htm but as brands i suggest AEM and Venom

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brand name chips is like arguing over ford vs chevy vs dodge, everybody prefers one over the other so i suggest that you search online and do ur research if ur trying to reach maximum power, just be careful not to over power ur car that can be a bad thing.

MSD-problem solved.....

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go to a speed shop and get a tune done instead of buying a chip....

There is no such thing as over powering a vehicle with a chip the most your gonna get might be 40 hp increase at the maximum if you use 93 octane fuel all the time you can't use regular and expect to get the said increase in performance just wont happen

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