Boo! LolThinking it’s better isn’t the same as actual improvement. Typically these types of things merely change the response of the throttle. Ie more revs for a certain amount of pedal movement.
think of it like going from winter mode to sport
How would that work? Your current ECU will keep a/f ratio at a stoichiometric level - 14.7.
none of these "chips" actually work.
I'm not sold/convinced at all.You can't seriously think that this device provides 45% or more horsepower and 40% more torque as advertised.
When you read more power and better fuel economy, something's wrong. LolYeah, these are all snake oil sad to say. This isn't 40 years ago where a cold air intake and a tune could net you some decent hp gains. The stock ECU tuning and engine components are so tightly tuned for maximum emissions and efficiency these days that there is no "easy cheap horsepower" left. The forced induction guys can manage some easy power gains by cranking the boost a couple psi, but even there you can't gain much before you have to start swapping components.