Gforce Performance Chip Review

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While i’m no fan of this kind of thing i wouldn’t be too quick to blame the performance problem on the chip at this point. My original review of geforce chips and any other product with the same claims are based on facts not fantasy. That seems pretty cheap for that amount hp and gas mileage.

Any Information Would Be Appreciated.

While i’m no fan of this kind of thing i wouldn’t be too quick to blame the performance problem on the chip at this point. Discussion starter · #1 · nov 20, 2010. Discussion in 'performance and tuning' started by elkhound, mar 7, 2013.

1/5 Average Hp And Torque Gain:

The chip is retailing for $69. Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users. This was my second gforce performance chip (i installed one on a 2004 volvo xc70 turbocharged wagon, and it performed admirably for about 4 years and 42,000 miles).

I've Got An '05 F150 Xlt With 5.4 L That Gets About 16 Mpg Highway.

Has anyone tried this chip yet and verified these claims? The owner of gold star auto sound and the creator of the gforce performance chip' the lawsuit alleges ghataode made at least $15 million selling $69 gforce performance chips to more than 300,000 consumers who were duped into. The a buddy told me this was a scam, chips do not work on vehicles after 96 with obd2 ecm systems.

Gforce Performance Chip, Any Comments?

#12 · aug 30, 2010. The website gforcechips.com has some rather remarkable customer reviews with significant increases in mileage and power. This chip may gain 60 hp on a 6000 hp motor, but i personally would not put one on anything i owned.

Mar 7, 2013 At 7:58 Am #1 #1.

My original review of geforce chips and any other product with the same claims are based on facts not fantasy. I have found that it usually takes $100 to gain 1 hp, so 60hp should be $6000. Appreciate any advice anyone has.