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Old 10-16-2011, 09:22 AM   #43
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From post #3.

"If anyone else might be interested pls post up. Would take at least 5-10 in a group buy to reduce pricing low."
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Old 10-16-2011, 11:36 AM   #44
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From post #3.

"If anyone else might be interested pls post up. Would take at least 5-10 in a group buy to reduce pricing low."



Lets do this to separate the tire kickers from those whom are really interested in saving some money.

To sign up for group buy simply fill out our cal request form here Cal Request - Vehicle Information
BE SURE TO PUT IN SUBJECT IRV2 GROUP BUY once we get at least 5 hard commits we will reply to in email form to you that group buy is on.


(main info we need is PCM code located on computer. Computer code is 4 digits = 3 letters and 1 number example NUP0 , FCH7 , MPS0, RJD1 ect.)

Class A locations - inside coach under drivers side dash around the steering column or in engine bay.

Class C location = in engine bay just below the brake master cylinder.


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Old 10-20-2011, 07:47 AM   #45
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Update!

There is NO Group Buy currently on and for the lack of interest maybe we can try early in the new year to try do one and get it off the ground.

Sorry for the confusion

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Old 10-24-2011, 11:15 PM   #46
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Just ordered mine from Mike today,I hope I will be 1 of his satisfied customers,after talking to him I feel I will be,thanks for your time Mike,I'm looking forward to trying it out
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Old 11-03-2011, 02:17 PM   #47
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Melvonnar,

5 Star is an authorized sponsor of our irv2 forum and an outstanding company in the electronic tuning business. I think your remark is very short minded on your part without you understanding their products!
His remark may have been short minded to you.

But I'm curious why you didn't jump on the OP for a veiled misleading ad.

Regarding a question having to do with voiding a warranty. As others have said, alter the parameters and you could be in deep [Moderator Edit] with a claim. Your transmission or rear end goes away dealer spots the flash and claims you over taxed them.
Note that after you buy the programmer, he's pointing you to a exhaust piece. The price keeps on going up. For .5 mpg? I wonder how much fuel can be bought with the money spent.

Please no lecture on the MM act.

We are driving RV's not drag cars.
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His remark may have been short minded to you.

But I'm curious why you didn't jump on the OP for a veiled misleading ad.

Regarding a question having to do with voiding a warranty. As others have said, alter the parameters and you could be in deep s--t with a claim. Your transmission or rear end goes away dealer spots the flash and claims you over taxed them.
Note that after you buy the programmer, he's pointing you to a exhaust piece. The price keeps on going up. For .5 mpg? I wonder how much fuel can be bought with the money spent.

Please no lecture on the MM act.

We are driving RV's not drag cars.
Fastcar,

I am not worried about voiding my warranty. I did not purchase the new map for increasing mileage, but getting a little more torque and hp out of my engine. I do know the difference between "fast cars" and RVs. I have owned and rebuilt some of the fastest cars ever made in this country, LS6 Chevelles, 2 Buick Grand Nationals which one was a GNX and many more. So if you would like to get into an indepth discussion on torque, HP stress points of engines I would welcome it! Thanks.

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Fastcar,

I am not worried about voiding my warranty. I did not purchase the new map for increasing mileage, but getting a little more torque and hp out of my engine. I do know the difference between "fast cars" and RVs. I have owned and rebuilt some of the fastest cars ever made in this country, LS6 Chevelles, 2 Buick Grand Nationals which one was a GNX and many more. So if you would like to get into an indepth discussion on torque, HP stress points of engines I would welcome it! Thanks.

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Yup, and your name is Tasca Sr. too I'll bet.

My issue is with what imo is a misleading ad regarding a warranty being voided.

But with all your experience, well... you get the idea.
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If you don't like it or don't want it, don't buy it.

None of this negative banter is adding anything to this thread.
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I am not worried about voiding my warranty. I did not purchase the new map for increasing mileage, but getting a little more torque and hp out of my engine. I do know the difference between "fast cars" and RVs. I have owned and rebuilt some of the fastest cars ever made in this country, LS6 Chevelles, 2 Buick Grand Nationals which one was a GNX and many more. So if you would like to get into an indepth discussion on torque, HP stress points of engines I would welcome it! Thanks.

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The law of physics states: nothing is (free') in other words; when you get more power or speed, something else suffers, (parts ware out faster); (or brake quicker) you get more "torque" but is the transmission and engine designed to handle more "torque? If it was; don't you think the mfg would have installed this upgrade? Or maybe offered it as an add on?
A question I might ask? Do your modified cars run many thousands of miles?
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Are we starting to get a little off topic?
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