Reviewed By john l (TREGO, MT) Reviewed for a 2016 Dodge Ram —8/12/2017 7:14 AM
Much better throttle response. Very nice power boost. Highway fuel mileage at least as good as stock. I am VERY pleased with results.
Reviewed By Toby L (Rockaway Bch, OR) Reviewed for a 2002 Toyota Tundra —7/13/2017 9:26 PM
I had installed my headers and intake about a year ago and went from 17-15 mpg to 15-13 mpg but had good power. Now power is amazing pulls hard, only thing is the price I feel like Unichip should have dropped the price on these but auto anything was the best deal and fast shipping and great costumer service, they emailed me right back with any shipping problems.
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