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Title pretty much says it all. I'm hoping for a big power street car, but I have yet to see why people switch to the stand alone management software. I know that one reason was for the use of larger injectors (> 55#ers), but that problem can be eliminated with an injector driver. Is tuning that much easier? I want to keep the car as streetable as possible, but I don't see too many daily drivers running these kinds of setups.

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Generally I think when you need maximum tunibilty out of your car. Most people I think can get away with chips but when you start hitting like 600+HP and everything is starting to look like everything is aftermarket on your car. I think its time to Switch. Definitly something good with SC, Nitrous, and Turbo'd vehicles when you need your fuel map to be very specific based on load and throttle response. Many people get away with high horsepower vehicles with diablo chips and superchips.
 
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