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  • rdkarthik
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    If its 'chip', there are three possibilities that can work for you -

    a) Throttle pedal modifiers - these dont increase power, but will enhance perceived response
    b) CKP signal modifiers to advance timing - these work, and probably the best solution for J120
    c) Ignition coil signal modifiers to advance timing - these typically dont work with the J120, as they have a feedback loop to the original ECU.

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  • rdkarthik
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    Ive remapped mine, adjusted timing, air-flow characteristics, target lambda, etc. Havent had the time to put it on the dyno, low end gains are evident, and with higher fuel efficiency too, full throttle gains probably ~5% or so. The part throttle gains are definitely worth it.

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  • money_killer
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    tune it. chip are a waste

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  • Yes Dear
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    I drive like an old fart but want a bit more pulling power fro the new caravan coming.
    Maybe a set of headers and a better pipe + tune

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  • Piggy
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    Any power increase will put more strain. You are better to tune them, not chip.

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  • Yes Dear
    started a topic Anyone chipped an 120 petrol engine

    Anyone chipped an 120 petrol engine

    Hey
    Looking for some first hand info on outcome from chipping a 120 4L engine.
    some of the claims on the websites in power gain seem excessive.
    Any extra strain on drive line
    cheers
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