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Old 07-28-2003, 08:16 PM   #1
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whats up with fordchip

they still taking 5 years to send u a fordchip ive been hearing bad things about them lately long waits and a few messed up chips whats the deal?
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They do alot of business...When ever you start mass producing stuff there's always going to be a few bad chips.

I recommend going to a local tuner and getting a dyno tune,A mail order chip will never be as good as a dyno tune.
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Or attend one of Fordchip's many dyno days.
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I am about to go get a dynotune done but it will probably not be by Fordchip. I am not waiting I have gone since April with my car running to rich and I have yet to get it on the track. They are not scheduled near here for sometime and the maybe date has come and gone. I might try the new ProM chip that can be done locally or the Autologics chip that can be done in Mobile or North Carolina. I just have to do something soon
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I think I would go with that guy right by you ...
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Yeah do you have $ 500 to burn. I would also be out nearly 400 total I have spent on The fordchip and the 400 on the all day dyno session.
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Personally I think that if they were not so busy running all over the country doing their dyno days they could probably get their chips programed better. :
But you say your chip is great, and JW programmed your chip. JW also programs them for Fordchip.
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Hey there Justin Good to see you post here!!!!
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Personally I think that if they were not so busy running all over the country doing their dyno days they could probably get their chips programed better. :
If you sit on your arse in some office.....how do you learn what works??? Thats what the competition does and we know how good their stuff is....

Our dyno tuning directly benefits our customers. We have worked on just about anything Ford and "know" what works not just think it will work.
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So get yourself a dyno and do it all in one place and save yourself running all over creation! I never said you didn't know what you were doing, just that you are stretching things a lot thin. Give yourselves a break is all.
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That would not be entirely helpfull to all the people in fla to cali who would have to driveto get a Dyno tune. I like them being mobile it sure beats driving to Michigan
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Not trying to help the whole world get a fordchip, trying to help the ones that want a mail order one get decent customer service, trying to help the Pete and his Partner Jerry get a little rest, thats all, oh, and maybe trying to help the competition get a little work, lol.
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Old 09-23-2003, 12:34 PM   #18
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They just need to clone Jerry and make 6 more of him and place them strategically around the US giving full coverage !!!!!!!!!!!!! HAHHAHAHAHHAA
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