So ive already read all the gforce performance chip threads but i still have a question. Since the ECM goes back to normal, if I unplug the chip and plug it back in everytime this happens will it change the settings to go back to the chips settings? I need my trailblazer everyday so doing a pcm...
Just wondering if these are legit, becuase I've heard that there aren't chips/programmers for the trailblazer.
I was wondering if there was any way that i could remove/disable the rev-limiter. I was hoping to do this with little cost, and wondering if it could be done without the $400+ performance chip. Or is getting the performance chip the only way you can get at this?
Hi I have a firend that has a performance chip on his truck (1500 silverado v6/v8 i dont know) and he says that he wants to try the chip out on my trailblazer. Is this safe?
can it harm my tb?
how do you set up a chip? is it easy?
it is on the front edge of the rear passenger side door near the bottom. i discovered it the other day while washing off all of the salt and junk from the northeast ohio roads. i dont want to have to repaint it but i have a feeling im going to have to....i just want something so it isnt so noticable
I have a 2002 Trailblazer that I'm just starting to mod. I am looking at getting a performance chip, but I've read some things saying that the PCM will eventually reprogram itself. Is this the case for a 2002 TB? Or is that only for newer models?
Additionally, what stage/brand of chip should I...