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Hi,

I have fitted one of your chips to our Rav. Do I need to remove it before it goes in for service?

Will they say anything regarding warranty?

Thanks,

Bod

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No need to remove it unless you specifically want to, some people like to but your choice 

 

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OK thanks. I'll leave it on. Don't suppose you do a Lindop or Toyota sticker to put on the box do you?

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No sadly not sorry :-(( 

 

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Hi Kingo, I'm new to posting on here but been following posts for a while. Am getting another rav next month and enquiring about a decent chip kit. Getting a 2011 D 4D XTR. Never chipped my rav before so your help would be greatly appreciated.  

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Hi Craig

Yes we can certainly help you with one of those. Our kit will increase performance to around 180 BHP but more importantly you get around 70 NM extra torque which is significant. If you want any more information, just drop me a private message and I will get back to you

Cheers, Kingo 

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Is that what mine should be pushing out now then? It's a 2.2 D-CAT on a 63 plate. It certainly feels like it. Currently set on number 6 so kind of in the middle.

Bod

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Yes it will be Bod :thumbsup:

 

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We do two types Scott, standard and premium. The standard makes it 198 BHP, Premium is around 217, of course torque is vastly improved on both, PM me for more info

Kingo 

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8 hours ago, psyxologos said:

I have sent you a PM parts King...

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I'm interested too!  PM sent Parts-King.

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