Improve your car’s performance

If you are looking to improve your car’s performance, chip tuning might be the perfect option for you. Chip tuning is a process in which an erasable programmable memory chip with read-only properties in your car is changed or modified, which enables the vehicle to achieve superior performance. Results include improvements such as better fuel efficiency, more power or cleaner emissions.

If you are thinking about chip tuning, a RaceChip installation might be the right choice for you. It is an extremely simple procedure that can be done in less than 15 minutes, no matter which chip tuning method you chose to work with, which means that your car can gain superior performance in no time. Depending on the type of engine in your vehicle, you can make your pick from the following options: RaceChip for Common-Rail, RaceChip for Pump-Nozzle or RaceChip for Turbo Petrol engine.

You don’t need any specific tools or specific knowledge about car engines in order to install your RaceChip. All you have to do is connect your new RaceChip module to the engine control device and the engine itself via two simple plugs and fix the plugs with the cables which come with your RaceChip. Before starting with the chip tuning process, make sure that the residual current isn’t flowing any longer; first, switch off your engine, then open the bonnet surrounding the engine and lock your vehicle. Wait for about 10 minutes, and then start the process of installing your RaceChip.

The module comes with detailed instructions that guide you through the installation process, which makes the whole procedure even easier for you. If you require additional help, you can either contact the technical customer service and ask for additional pictures of the engine compartment of your car or simply ask for more detailed information on the process itself. This could make it even easier for you to install your RaceChip. You could be experiencing a whole new level of driving pleasure in no time, so try out the RaceChip installations in just a few easy steps.

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