• Report: #1091985

Complaint Review: GForce Performance Chips

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  • Submitted: Mon, October 14, 2013
  • Updated: Mon, October 14, 2013

  • Reported By: 99chevyguy — Spring Texas
GForce Performance Chips
17595 Harvard Ste C-194 Irvine, California USA

GForce Performance Chips Total scam. Is not designed to work or have any effect on your vehicle. Irvine California

*Author of original report: Nice try. Won't work.

*REBUTTAL Owner of company: False Post about GForce Performance Chips

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This product is a scam.  It is not designed to work or have any effect on your engine at all.  It is a collection of parts assembled on a PC board that are designed to fool the electronically illiterate but not to work. 

    I have considerable electronics experience and the first thing that struck me as odd was that there were only two wires and you were supposed to put this in parallel to the IAT sensor.  Weird. That isn't going to give you performance and gas mileage at the same time no matter what.  Then they described that the polarity of the wires did not matter?  Extra weird! 

   I immediately opened the device and the schematic took me less than 10 minutes to draw and look up the chip datasheet. Immediately I could see this was a scam.  This circuit has no resistance between the two wires, is inactive, and the inputs and outputs connected to the chip have no relationship to eachother. [continued below]....

.....  Thishas no effect on the motor.  Placing an open circuit in parallel with another will have no effect.

   I have attached the schematic to this article for your own review.

   They claim to have data from dyno testing that this works.... BS!   They claim increases in gas mileage and horsepower, BS! The customer reviews are all made up BS! 

  This circuit is designed to catch consumers, not for performance.  These guys should be shut down and made to pay ALL their customers back!  I am currently looking for an attorney who is intersted in punishing these pukes. 

 

 


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#1 Author of original report

Nice try. Won't work.

AUTHOR: 99chevyguy - ()

That scehmatic I posted is EXACTLY the circuit that you shipped me when I bought your product, all packaged in a nice aluminum enclousre that looks slick.  That explains the massive number of scam reports on your product. Without firmware to manage the feedback from the IAT sensor and dynamically change the value based on other factors, this two wire system cannot work as you claim it does.  Common sense and a bit of electronics knowlege will tell you that without opening the box!  Your company (you) is purposely marketing something that you know doesn't work with the hope that nobody will call your bluff.  Consider it called.

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#2 REBUTTAL Owner of company

False Post about GForce Performance Chips

AUTHOR: GForceChips - ()

Clearly, you have not purchased a Gforce Performance Module. That "Schematic" attached is clearly not even close to how our modules are designed, or intended. Perhaps you have us mistaken for a competitor. Getting facts in-line prior to posting bogus schematics and accusations is extremely important.

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