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1.6 6n polo chips - worth it?

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zwine

Just wondering if it’s worth me putting a chip on my polo?

thanks 

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dvderlm

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Chipping is normally to take advantage of other petrol engine modifications that let more air in, so require more fuel.

 

Might be worth it on a turbo diesel where the fuel flow is limiting factor, but smoke test needs to be good at MOT time.

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2 hours ago, dvderlm said:

Chipping is normally to take advantage of other petrol engine modifications that let more air in, so require more fuel.

 

Might be worth it on a turbo diesel where the fuel flow is limiting factor, but smoke test needs to be good at MOT time.

Thanks for replying, I’m thinking of a new exhaust system, induction kit and a new cam, so after all that a chip would be beneficial? 

Thanks, jack 

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Yes. :smile:

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1 minute ago, dvderlm said:

 

Yes. :smile:

Cheers mate! 

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