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FS: Two Zombie Chipped 88-89 ECU's

I have two 88-89 ecu's that are chipped for sale. Both have zombie chips.
ECU codes are F220 and F231
the F220 is socketed, the F231 is not, the chip is soldered directly to the board.
Anyway, I'd like to get $60 shipped each in the continental 48.

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I will take the socketed.

PM me with your PayPal.

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Socketed ecu (F220) pending sale, bump for the other one
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Sold.

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unsocketed (but still chipped) ecu still for sale
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bump, still for sale
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Still have the other ecu for sale!
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Would a Zombie chipped ECU make any difference on a stock setup, or maybe 11psi? I mean, does it improve on the stock fuel maps under stock conditions?

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I am not 100% sure, but i believe there is little to no gain at stock boost. gains are seen at higher boost. it also allows you to run past the boost/fuel cut, 12psi for most people. Sick dynod his car on stock boost with and without the zombie chip. I don't remember his results exactly, but it was minimal if anything.
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I see. I'm not necessarily looking for more power. I just want the car to run more smoothly. Any idea on that?

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It should make your boost come on a little more evenly, but as far as making the car run smoother, this probably isn't for you. try a tune up and running some seafoam through the engine.
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Bump, one is still for sale
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I just want the car to run more smoothly. Any idea on that?
The zombie chip seems to smooth out the power delivery, especially at the 3k rpm range. You'll get more power, lower in the revs.

But...on the dyno, it will yield less power and torque. I was also "off the charts rich" at WOT.

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finally they are sold after multiple year ?

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