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    Bamachips.. Anyone have experience with them?

    Been reading up on their site, and was thinking about getting one for my ranger.
    www.bamachips.com

    Is 17 rear wheel horse power and 15 rw torque a noticeable difference?



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    Re: Bamachips.. Anyone have experience with them?

    Quote Originally Posted by LinxuS View Post
    Been reading up on their site, and was thinking about getting one for my ranger.
    www.bamachips.com

    Is 17 rear wheel horse power and 15 rw torque a noticeable difference?
    17 horse power is a noticeable difference, however, that is absolute best case scenario. i'd stick with super chips. they're at least proven. i'd be a little afraid to just let a company i've never heard of mess with my carputer.






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    Re: Bamachips.. Anyone have experience with them?

    eh, at that cost you could easily have a custom tune on a dyno that would probably be better suited to your own vehicle.



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    Re: Bamachips.. Anyone have experience with them?

    I was going ot go with Bama for my new mustang, but I decided ot go with Brenspeed. They are both trusted and good companies,,,good luck.




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    Re: Bamachips.. Anyone have experience with them?

    Custom is the best bang for teh buck. BTW check out http://www.rangerpowersports.com/ They should point you out in the right direction.




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