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Offline A13XDB

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Race Chip Galaxy
« on: 07 November 2018, 14:01 »

Hi, not posted much here.

I have seen this tuning unit from Race Chip Galaxy - OBD3.

Does anyone have any experience of this?

Price wise it knocks the socks off its competitors.

I have a Mk7 GTI PP (2013) so if it improves by 30% as advertised it should produce 299bhp.


Alfa Romeo 146 Ti
Mercedes C230K (W202)
Mercedes C200K (CL203)
Mk4 R32
B6 Passat Estate SEL TDi 170 DSG
2014 Mk7 GTI PP DSG
2010 Mk6 Gt TDI 140 DSG
2019 Mk7.5 R Estate DSG
2019 Mk7.5 GTD DSG

Offline jv

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Re: Race Chip Galaxy
« Reply #1 on: 08 November 2018, 19:29 »
Here's how I would approach this:

Have I heard of them? No.
What does a search tell me? Basically nothing, as if they only just started out.
Where are they based? No contact address details, ie no physical location provided.
Where is the site hosted? Ireland.
The 'about us' page? Not exactly convincing.
The ebay and amazon links? Don't work.
The copyright claim of 2008-2018? Is false, the domain was only registered in 2014.

Now lets get on to the product itself.
This is an ODB plug in gadget that works on ANY car from 1999 onwards. ANY car will have it's performance improved by this 159 euro product.
This is an interesting claim "OBD Chip Tuning Boxes do not exceed manufacturer’s requirements working only within the tolerance of the engine." So within this device, there are somehow the 'manufacturer's requirements' of every single vehicle made since 1999.

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