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Bama 4-Bank Eliminator Chip - w/out Tunes (87-04 All)

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AmericanMuscle no longer carries the Bama 4-Bank Eliminator Chip - w/out Tunes (87-04 All). Please check out Mustang Handheld Flash Tuners for an updated selection.

Features, Video & Details

  • Blank 4-Bank Eliminator Chip
  • See the real value of your mods
  • Improve performance, mileage & more
  • Switch between tunes on the fly
  • Includes 6ft cable & Dial Selector
  • No Tunes Loaded when Shipped

Review & Installation Video

Review & Install Video

Hi I’m Justin from AmericanMuscle.com, and I’m here to show you what you can expect from using the SCT 4 bank eliminator chip complete with 3 Bama tunes for your 87-93 5.0L Fox body. A custom Bama tune would make a great addition to any Fox Mustang, whether bone stock or heavily modified, improving many areas of your cars performance. Our experienced Bama performance tuning team asks you a series of 19 detailed questions about your ride and its modifications, and then custom tailors 3 different tunes, to get the most performance out of your ride and all of its modifications. This tune is going to optimize your Mustangs spark timings and air/fuel ratios, resulting in increased power, better throttle response, and overall better drivability when compared to your factory tune. One of the best features with this SCT chip and Bama tune is the addition of this dial selector, now this basically allows you to switch between tunes on the fly without having to turn the car off, or wait several minutes for the tune to download like you would using a traditional tuner. Now that we know what the tuner does, and some of its basic features, let’s find out how much power it’s going to make on our GT. In order to do so, we need to grab a quick baseline run first using our Dynojet, just to see where our car stands now. With our baseline run out of the way, we need to get to work installing our tune, doing this on your Fox will require you to move, and slightly disassemble your car’s computer which is located under the passenger side deck panel, you’ll also need to route that variable adjustor switch to an area of your preference. While this is all pretty easy stuff to do, it is a little time consuming, and that’s why we’re going to call this one 2 hours from start to finish. If you do get stuck at any point, you can always reference the detailed instructions located on this page, they should help you out. With the tune uploaded, let’s make another pull here on the Dyno, and see what kind of gains we’re looking at. Our baseline run with our 93 GT gave us 207 horsepower and 270 ft/lbs of torque, with our SCT chip and custom Bama tune combo, we put down 217 horsepower and 285 ft/lbs of torque, making a peak gain of 10 horsepower over our baseline numbers, and gains of 10 horsepower and 16 ft/lbs of torque throughout the curve. The SCT 4 bank eliminator chip loaded with a Bama custom tune is an easy and affordable way to add some real horsepower and torque to your Fox Mustang, and they can both be found right here at AmericanMuscle.com.

Increased HP and Torque. From the factory, the manufacturer programs their vehicles to cater to the needs of the daily driver, not the performance enthusiast. After loading a Custom Tune on a vehicle, even a bone stock, unmodified Mustang will realize noticeable gains in Horsepower, Torque and Fuel Economy.

Increase your mod's potential. Factory computer settings are calibrated for the original factory components. When making performance modifications, you need to recalibrate the vehicle's computer to realize the full potential that these modifications can achieve.

Switch Tunes On The Fly. One of the biggest benefits of a chip over a tuner is the ability to switch between tunes at a moment's notice. There is no need to wait minutes for downloads to complete, just turn the dial and your ready to go.

Easy to load; Easy to restore. Not only is the SCT 4-Bank Chip easy to load on your vehicle with the supplied 6ft cable and dial selector, it is just as easy to restore to your factory settings with the turn of the dial.

Blank Chip - No Tunes Loaded. This 4-Bank Chip will allow you to get a Dyno Tune from any of your local shops that utilize the SCT programming software. The chip will ship from AmericanMuscle blank, with no tunes loaded. If you would like Bama to write custom tunes for your Mustang, check out our 4-Bank Eliminator Chip with 3 Free Custom Tunes.

More SCT Eliminator Chip Info:

Fitment: 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 Details

What's in the Box
  • (1) SCT 4-Bank Eliminator Chip
  • (1) 6ft cable
  • (1) Dial Selector
Installation Info
Tech Specs
Chip/Handheld: Chip Custom/Strategy: No Tunes - Blank
Memory Size: N/A Custom Tunes Held: Can hold 3
Year: 87-04 Model: 4-Bank Eliminator Chip
Manufacturer: SCT Special Features: n/a
Will it fit my Mustang?
  • Bullitt - 01
  • Foxbody - 88, 89, 90, 91, 92, 93
  • Mach 1 - 03, 04
  • V6 - 94, 95, 96, 97, 98, 99, 00, 01, 02, 03, 04
  • Cobra - 94, 95, 96, 97, 98, 99, 01, 03, 04
  • GT - 94, 95, 96, 97, 98, 99, 00, 01, 02, 03, 04

Most Helpful Reviews

5/5
Easy installation

I have an 89 mustang with throttle body ,cold air intake,cam, and exhaust.After putting the throttle body on i was having some idleing problems and it always seemed cold,then i put the chip in and it runs ...

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5/5
SCT CHIP

I HAD PUT ON A FEW BOLT-ON MODS ON MY 94 5.0 GT. BUT THINGS JUST WERENT WORKING RITE. AS SOON AS I INSTALLED THE SCT CHIP, FORGET ABOUT IT!!!! THIS IS NOW A DIFFERENT CAR!!!!!!!!!! BAD ASS 5.0!!!!!!! ...

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Overall Rating 4.5 out of 5 stars
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MAF first? I have an '87 GT that still uses the Speed density ecu instead of the newer/better MAF and ecu. Should I hold off on this tuner until I make the switch? I have been hesitant to do any work on the motor because from what I understand the speed density system will not compensate for increased airflow causing a lean condition. Could I get this tuner and be able to run cold air and headers before the MAF swap?

StuckXJ

  • Switching to MAF is a much better idea, but this chip will work with both. The Bama Performance team can write you a tune for your speed density setup and load it onto this chip and ship it out. When you convert over to MAF and want to get it updated, just mail us back the chip and we'll make the adjustment for free! That's the great thing about Free Tunes for Life! Hope this helps!

    DanBailer

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Track gains on my 93 5.0? I was wondering what kinds of E/T and mph gains I'll see at the track. I have a moderately modded 5.0, trick flow heads, holley systemax intake, 70mm throttle body, long tube headers, true dual catless pipes, 3.73 gears and a few others...i got it doing 13.5@105mph, i just wanted to know if I'll see much difference in E/T and mph with a Bama tune? Thanks

JohnTP

  • Typically you will see .1-.2 gains in ET and 2-3 MPH. While these may seem like minimal gains, you will notice better throttle response as well as HP and Torque gains. Good luck at the track.

    George1

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Will this chip be able to clear my check engine codes? Ive got a 95 mustang gt 5.0. THe smog pump and EGR valve has been removed. These have triggered the check engine codes, 311,314, and 332. Would this chip be able to clear these so they dont casue my check engine light to be on all the time?

brennan95

  • The chip can be programmed to eliminate the codes with the modifications you've listed. However, if another code pops up, you'll need to have the code read to determine what it is. The chip can not read or clear codes, but simply allows us to program them out of the calibration. Hope this helps!

    LisaS

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Need a retune? My 98 mustang GT had this chip installed and it ran great. Decided I wanted a more aggressive sound. Kept the O/R x but removed the Flowmasters and tailpipes so its straight pipes dumped before axles. Lost low end torque. Is this because of exhaust setup itself or more so because it needs a retuned chip?

Cowboyjared

  • Removing the mufflers from your vehicle will not require a retune. The vehicles torque is partly based on the amount of back pressure and the scavenging your exhuast can produce. By reducing the amount of back pressure, you essentially lose torque, by reducing the ability to properly fill the engine's combustion chamber. For optimum torque, you may want to consider reinstalling your flowmasters.

    George1

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Do I need to purchase a chip first or can I purchase a tuner without having to buy a chip?? I wanted to ask, do I need to purchase the chip first, then later I can purchase a tuner or can I purchase a tuner and download the tunes to my cars computer.. I'm not looking to race my car but I would like more horse power.. I have a 2000 Mustang GT with a 4.6 Liter V8.. I have installed air cool and flow masters thats it.. I would appreciate some advice on what would be the best for my car and myself.. thanks, Todd Zaiser

dale03

  • You can purchase the tuner from the get go! Anytime you make new mods to your Mustang, we can email you new tunes that you can download right to the handheld tuner. The chip and the handheld do essentially the same thing in regards to performance gains, except you need to mail the chip back to us for any reflashing. There's no need to purchase the chip if you plan to purchase the tuner at a later time. If you have any other questions or concerns, please don't hesitate to give our Bama team a call. They'd be more than happy to help!

    LisaS

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Will I be dead in the water while I wait? While im waiting on my chip to return am i going to be able to drive my car and use it or will I have to let it sit and wait on my returned package?

topputback

  • That would really depend on what modifications you have done to your Mustang. Please contact our Bama Specialists to go over exactly what mods you have so they can answer this question with complete accuracy.

    LisaS

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Overall Rating 4.7

out of 5 stars

  • Performance Gain 4.261799 4.3
  • Seat Of Your Pants Feel 4.191356 4.2
  • Ease Of Use 4.457789 4.5
  • Bang For Your Buck 4.447415 4.4
  • Preferred Tune: Performance



  • 5/5

    March 01, 2010

    Review from Bama 4-Bank Eliminator Chip w/ 3 Custom Tunes (87-93 5.0L)

    Easy installation

    I have an 89 mustang with throttle body ,cold air intake,cam, and exhaust.After putting the throttle body on i was having some idleing problems and it always seemed cold,then i put the chip in and it runs perfect like new,and u can tell a good difference in power.So i would recomend this chip to anybody with the same issues

    David

    Year: 1989

    Helpful (41)

  • 5/5

    January 27, 2009

    Review from Bama 4-Bank Eliminator Chip w/ 3 Custom Tunes (94-98 GT)

    SCT CHIP

    I HAD PUT ON A FEW BOLT-ON MODS ON MY 94 5.0 GT. BUT THINGS JUST WERENT WORKING RITE. AS SOON AS I INSTALLED THE SCT CHIP, FORGET ABOUT IT!!!! THIS IS NOW A DIFFERENT CAR!!!!!!!!!! BAD ASS 5.0!!!!!!!!!!!!

    WILL MIRANDA

    Helpful (41)

  • 5/5

    July 21, 2010

    Review from Bama 4-Bank Eliminator Chip w/ 3 Custom Tunes (87-93 5.0L)

    A Worthy Addition

    I am the original owner of a '92 Mustang GT convertible which is garage-kept and pampered. Each Summer I do a little extra, and this year was BBK C.A.I., MAF, 70 mm. T.B., E.G.R., and SCT 4-Bank Eliminator chip. I found all of the generic directions to be ineffective, so I had to follow my instincts. The following detail may help the next customer. After popping off the kick panel, the computer was almost totally obscured by a number of multi-wire cable connectors. They all have individually designed connector "shapes," so don't be intimidated. Spend the time to CAREFULLY disconnect these harnesses. The computer was held in place by a very tight-fitting, plastic harness, which holds the computer in place. This harness will be discussed during the reinstall. I was happy to find that my computer board J3 connection was protected with white grease. This made careful board preparation much easier, but this step does require your attention. I double-checked the contact issue with a digital meter to verify continuity. After the SCT board and cable is plugged into the J3 port connection, I carefully taped over anything that could case issues during the reinstall. Now, the plastic harness will not accomodate the computer; because the computer with the added SCT board will not fit into the smaller harness. I was able to use the harness by simply cutting the long plastic strip right above the bottom anchor. I also found that I was able to visually check my work by removing the glove compartment door. I was now able to carefully position the padded insulation behind and above the computer without stressing the SCT board. This additional step also made the reconnection and repositioning of all of the wire harnesses much easier. I ran the cable across the dash to the center console, and I currently have the cable and switch hidden underneath the ashtray, directly behind the floor shift. I will be enhancing the final switch location with the purchase of a bezel. All of the modifications have made a dramatic difference in performance. It's been a good Summer.

    Ted

    Year: 1992 Submodel: GT

    Helpful (37)

  • 5/5

    December 01, 2010

    Review from Bama 4-Bank Eliminator Chip w/ 3 Custom Tunes (99-04 V6)

    Sct 4 Bank Eliminator on 2001 V6

    Well. To start, this chip is freakin awesome. Used the 87 tune on the way to the gas station to put 93 in it, noticed a little pickup nothing big, but holy #$%# when I put it on racing with 93 in it, I accidentally burned rubber for like 20 ft. MAJOR difference. Like spooge in pants different. Took some time to install, but it was hard just frustrating cuz the 10mm screw is in a weird spot. If you have a V6 and a few bolt ons its awesome, sure its even better with a V8. Also my product was marked shipped at 8am and I had it today. Awesome service from AM, Thanks guys!

    Erik Krantz

    Year: 2001 Submodel: V6

    Helpful (36)

  • 5/5

    July 21, 2010

    A Worthy Addition

    I am the original owner of a '92 Mustang GT convertible which is garage-kept and pampered. Each Summer I do a little extra, and this year was BBK C.A.I., MAF, 70 mm. T.B., E.G.R., and SCT 4-Bank Eliminator chip. I found all of the generic directions to be ineffective, so I had to follow my instincts. The following detail may help the next customer. After popping off the kick panel, the computer was almost totally obscured by a number of multi-wire cable connectors. They all have individually designed connector "shapes," so don't be intimidated. Spend the time to CAREFULLY disconnect these harnesses. The computer was held in place by a very tight-fitting, plastic harness, which holds the computer in place. This harness will be discussed during the reinstall. I was happy to find that my computer board J3 connection was protected with white grease. This made careful board preparation much easier, but this step does require your attention. I double-checked the contact issue with a digital meter to verify continuity. After the SCT board and cable is plugged into the J3 port connection, I carefully taped over anything that could case issues during the reinstall. Now, the plastic harness will not accomodate the computer; because the computer with the added SCT board will not fit into the smaller harness. I was able to use the harness by simply cutting the long plastic strip right above the bottom anchor. I also found that I was able to visually check my work by removing the glove compartment door. I was now able to carefully position the padded insulation behind and above the computer without stressing the SCT board. This additional step also made the reconnection and repositioning of all of the wire harnesses much easier. I ran the cable across the dash to the center console, and I currently have the cable and switch hidden underneath the ashtray, directly behind the floor shift. I will be enhancing the final switch location with the purchase of a bezel. All of the modifications have made a dramatic difference in performance. It's been a good Summer.

    Ted

    Year: 1992 Submodel: GT

    Helpful (35)

  • 5/5

    April 15, 2010

    MUST HAVE

    No matter what you do to a car it will never perform to its full potential without a custom tune. Not only does this particular product allow you to have multiple tunes but it provides you with the ability to change them without plugging in a piece of equipment and then flashing a new tune into the car. Also, The tuning guys at BAMA tuning are very helpful and are easy to get a hold of. My Stang has noticeably more power and with a full out race tune sounds amazing.

    Mark

    Helpful (34)

  • 5/5

    January 03, 2011

    Review from Bama 4-Bank Eliminator Chip w/ 3 Custom Tunes (87-93 5.0L)

    custom tune

    i have a 1987 gt mass air up grade e 303 cam holley system max intake 70 mm throttle body gt 40p heads 373 gears 3000 stall speed convertor 24lb injector and mass air up grade.installed 4 bank chip and it pulled it all together. idles and runs great can really hear the cam .the cheapest up grade you can do on your mustang .that really works

    scraper

    Year: 1987 Submodel: GT

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  • 5/5

    April 21, 2010

    Review from Bama 4-Bank Eliminator Chip w/ 3 Custom Tunes (94-98 GT)

    AWESOME CHIP!

    I bought this chip for my 1995 5.0 and instalation of the chip was easy as hell. The thing that was sort of difficult was the cigarette lighter Bezel. I had to bore the hole where the cigarette lighter went. so the top and bottom would clamp tight and the switch would stay on. That was a pain in the a** because you have to unbolt the whole center console and lift it off. All in all once i fired her up, holy crap she had a ton more power and ran alot amother too. THANKS AMERICAN MUSCLE,BAMA TUNERS,and SCT!!!!!!!!

    Jerod

    Year: 1995

    Helpful (32)

  • 5/5

    October 17, 2009

    Review from Bama 4-Bank Eliminator Chip w/ 2 Custom Tunes (99-04 GT, Bullitt)

    sct 4 bank chip

    The sct chip is the most noticable performance part that I have added to my 2001 GT. The differece in throttle responce and overall performance is insane. thanks american muscle you rock the hardest

    Cody Rinker

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  • 5/5

    January 28, 2010

    Review from Bama 4-Bank Eliminator Chip w/ 3 Custom Tunes (94-98 V6)

    98 Stang

    To begin with the chip is inserted in the REAR of the computer; unbolt all the screws holding the computer in place and slide it out making the computer connections face the front of the vehicle and pulling the computer out to find its rear. There is a black cover there simply pop that off and begin your challenge. I hope this helps because this gave me a hour delay and some more problems not needed if this knowledge was told before hand. BUT, this product is worth the installation and hassle because I installed it in my 1998 Mustang V6 and I turned my car straight to punch the gas but next thing I know I'm sideways going about 20 mph (I have drifted before, so this was not to scary but surprising because I was not expecting my car to go sideways!!) I then halled @$$ to the local highway. I got my straight away and hit the gas I was going about 10 mph when I initially hit the gas and when I sifted into second my mustang went sideways for a second :0 Then I actually got a chip into third and I slowed down at 90 mph in third because the speed limit so I don't know about forth and fifth gear but my car is a ANIMAL now. My friend that was with me was always trying to make fun of my V6 motor but when I got this chip he just called me and was complimenting my car and telling me my car "gets it"(goes fast). I also thought about buying the more expensive tuners because they were easier to operate and install but for an extra $200 I rather stick to a less expensive one and if you look they all give an average 91 octane = 22 HP. So go with this one even though it requires a tab bit more because you will be very impressed with what this can do!

    Zachary Vincent

    Year: 1998 Submodel: V6

    Helpful (29)

  • 5/5

    January 27, 2009

    SCT CHIP

    I HAD PUT ON A FEW BOLT-ON MODS ON MY 94 5.0 GT. BUT THINGS JUST WERENT WORKING RITE. AS SOON AS I INSTALLED THE SCT CHIP, FORGET ABOUT IT!!!! THIS IS NOW A DIFFERENT CAR!!!!!!!!!! BAD ASS 5.0!!!!!!!!!!!!

    WILL MIRANDA

    Year: 1994 Submodel: GT

    Helpful (25)

  • 5/5

    May 02, 2011

    Review from Bama 4-Bank Eliminator Chip w/ 3 Custom Tunes (87-93 5.0L)

    SCT Eliminator Chip

    I've had my Eliminator chip installed for almost a week now, and the difference in the behavior of the car is like night and day. Prior to getting the chip, the car had serious idle and off-throttle issues. Coming off the gas and pushing in the clutch would cause the engine RPMs to drop below idle speed. Sometimes the car would catch itself and stay running, but sometimes it would stall. Even if it did catch itself, the idle would usually surge which also sometimes caused the car to stall. With the chip, the car idles beautifully, all day long. It's like a normal car now! Much less stressful and much more enjoyable to drive. If anyone is having similar issues with their car, I would recommend giving this chip a try. I tried all the other mechanical fixes - new idle air control valve, recalibrating the throttle position sensor, etc. This is the only thing that worked. In my opinion, it was well worth the money. My car is also fairly heavily-modified, but the team at Bama was still able to write me a tune. My engine mods are as follows, in case it helps anyone out with their decision: 302 bored .030 over 10:1 compression Trick Flow Twisted Wedge Track Heat 170 heads 1.6 roller rockers FRPP E-303 cam Full MSD ignition BBK shorties Flowmasters Edelbrock Performer RPM II upper and lower intake Pro-Flow/Pro-M 75mm Bullet MAF BBK cold air fender pipe Edelbrock 70mm throttle body Electric Fan Be-Cool radiator etc... Just trying to show that Bama can still tune heavily-modified cars with a mail-order tune. I'll confess that I had my doubts, but they did a great job and it cost me a fraction of what a custom dyno tune would cost. Would a custom tune squeeze out a few more horsepower? Maybe. But in my opinion, it's not worth it unless you have forced induction or an extremely complex set of modifications. If you're on the fence, go for it!

    Donnie Maynard

    Year: 1991 Submodel: GT

    Helpful (24)

  • 5/5

    January 17, 2010

    Review from Bama 4-Bank Eliminator Chip w/ 2 Custom Tunes (99-04 GT, Bullitt)

    SCT Chip

    My 2001 GT is a Monster now! The car really picks up throughout the whole power band. I can finally chirp 3rd! If you've thrown on a couple bolt ons (Cool Air Intake, Exhaust, Throttle Body) you don't wanna miss the wake up call this chip gives! Thanks again AM!

    Skyler

    Helpful (24)

  • 5/5

    July 18, 2010

    Review from Bama 4-Bank Eliminator Chip w/ 3 Custom Tunes (94-98 Cobra)

    4 bank

    good chip easier to install than it sounds. my cobra feels alot faster and it runs a lil smoother also

    seth

    Helpful (22)

  • 4/5

    September 12, 2011

    Review from Bama 4-Bank Eliminator Chip w/ 3 Custom Tunes (94-98 GT)

    must have upgrade, instillation was rough

    The SCT 4-Bank Eliminator Chip is a must have for mustangs with performance upgrades. Noticeable difference when installed. Now that the chip is actually installed I am very happy with it. The free custom tunes that come with the chip is awesome. All that being said, the instillation was brutal. I read and reread the instructions to make sure that I had it down. Very small area to work around the ECU. My ECU had mainly grease and some circuit board clear glue that the whole circuit board is dipped in. Removing this was pretty east but time consuming. The main thing that I did not understand when installing the chip was that changes could not be made with the engine running. The engine has to be turned off and then the selector switch can be changed. I was installing my chip, starting the car in factory setting and trying to change to the street. I thought that I had not cleaned enough of the contacts so I tried three times to clean and reinstall. Then I remembered reading to start the car in the desired setting and it worked. Another bad thing is that the chip is not flush with the ECU when installed. This was a problem because my chip actually was smashing into the top of the ECU securing bracket. My initial though was to try and drill out a place in the bracket. For me this was next to impossible without trying to remove the bracket. Neither was an option for me. I could not find a halfway easy way to do either. I ended up putting had foam on either side of the ship so when I wedged the ECU back in place, the chip wasn't being smashed. I don't remember reading any other ideas on how to solve this issue. I really didn't enjoy the instal but when it's all said and done I would do it again.

    Jaso13

    Year: 1994 Submodel: GT BFE

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  • 5/5

    July 18, 2010

    Review from Bama 4-Bank Eliminator Chip w/ 2 Custom Tunes (03-04 Cobra)

    4 bank

    good chip easier to install than it sounds. my cobra feels alot faster and it runs a lil smoother also

    seth

    Helpful (19)

  • 5/5

    January 07, 2009

    Review from Bama 4-Bank Eliminator Chip w/ 3 Custom Tunes (94-98 GT)

    Awesome product

    Put it on my 96 Mustang GT and immediately set it for the performance tune, I can really feel the difference when I punch it in second or third gear. The economy setting only raised my mpg by 4 or 5, but still an awesome product.

    C.J.

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  • 5/5

    February 17, 2012

    Review from Bama 4-Bank Eliminator Chip w/ 3 Custom Tunes (94-98 GT)

    Get this Chip

    I was some what skeptical of this chip as the tuners do not actually get to see and play with you car. The install was very simple all you had to do was read and follow the simple instructions that came with. After the install I could feel the difference! I took it on a dyno run to see the numbers it put down and it went from 205wrhp 279tq to an impressive 243wrhp and 290tq!

    5point0sleeper

    Year: 1994 Submodel: GT

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  • 5/5

    April 07, 2010

    Review from Bama 4-Bank Eliminator Chip w/ 3 Custom Tunes (94-98 GT)

    Love It

    So i bought this about a month ago, waited a week for them to tune it and then it got here in three days, love how quickly it got here, love the tunes and the switch. for the price you really can't beat it! Only problem i had was they wrote my tunes down in the wrong spot, no big deal ran a tank in each tune and i figured it out. I would recommend this to everyone!

    Michael

    Helpful (17)

  • 5/5

    February 26, 2010

    Review from Bama 4-Bank Eliminator Chip w/ 3 Custom Tunes (99-04 V6)

    great power adder

    wow!! put it on my 2001 V6 automatic and i love it.. makes my tiers chirp in 3rd gear when i puch it... far from what i expected it to be.. THANKS A.M.

    Richie G

    Helpful (17)

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