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Old 06 Jan 2007, 11:17 PM   #1 (permalink)
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hi need some help super quick....some one was saying the super chip has to be used with a boost bleed valve ...i thought i could just plug and play?

just about to pick one up from free ads and dont really want to mess about with a bleed valve and guage etc!!! cheers/ben
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stay well clear of superchips mate, there nothing but trouble, they prevent the ecu seeing the boost level which is a very very bad idea
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thanks .......will stick with z4 option!
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z4?

what car is it going on?
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