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chip question for a 2.5l

remington115

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so i swaped a 2000 2.5l into my 96 ranger that had a 2.3l but it has the wirring harness from the 2.3l.so i want to get a chip for it so do i get the one for a 96 or a 2000? will it even work with the different harness and engine? is it even worth it?
 


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Well, "worth it" is an entirely different discussion. But I'd think you'd go with the chip that matches the computer you have. If you didn't swap the harness then I guess you'd have a 2.3 computer, so that's probably the chip you want to buy.
 

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We used a chip when we was racing and I didn't like it.The line I was running was the 2nd lane and just didn't seem to do anything for the money.The guy I sold the truck to,runs a different line,on the bottom of the track and he likes the way it pulls better than stock off the corners.He probably runs 4500-4800 in the corner and I was running 5300-55 up on the top.I guess it just depends on where you are going to run it.But,yes,get the one for the putor year you are useing
 

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