Reviewed By Mark S (Peoria, AZ) Reviewed for a 2007 Chevy Silverado —11/2/2017 7:40 AM
I love it!
Reviewed By Trent M (Ellensburg, WA) Reviewed for a 2016 Volkswagen Golf —9/21/2016 9:16 AM
This is a nice option if you want to tweak your engine performance. It is easy to use and doesn't required routing wiring and making connections. In the time I've been using it it has lived up to my expectations.
Reviewed By Jacob C (Ramona, CA) Reviewed for a 1983 Ford F-250 —6/9/2016 10:23 AM
My 83 F250 is way more responsive. I could barely keep up with traffic going up steep grades at highway speed. Now I can pass cars on the same grade. The instructions aren't great and some parts didn't fit right. I had to grind about an inch off the inlet flange foot to get it to fit. Overall a fun project and performs great.
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