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Old 29 Nov 2020, 10:47 pm
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Default are chips safe

chips, stage 1 and 2 safe in my 80 thousand mile 06 turbo
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Old 30 Nov 2020, 10:35 pm
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Default Re: are chips safe

Chips are useless in your 2006 PT Turbo. You will need a Stage 1 PCM instead. You can contact forum member, Myckee, and he can program a performance PCM specifically for your car. And it won't cost too much more than one of those useless chips. You can contact Myckee by PM.

Here's my PCM:

This will take a non-GT PT Turbo from 9 lbs of boost to around 15 pounds. It also properly changes the timing, air/fuel mixture and transmission shift points. This is what you want.

And my PT has over 90,000 miles. Or at least, that's what the latest odometer in the car says.


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