: Gas chips that remap fuel/air ratio on eBay and other sites



CadillacManny
03-06-13, 11:50 PM
I normally run 93 in car all the time even tho I'm 18 and treat the car like its my baby. Still in high school working part time 30 hours a week. Yes its a lot for 93 gas Hahaha. I read in manual that you need to run 93 I'm car. What does everyone run? For all year Cateras people!!! I got a 1999

elvin315
03-07-13, 12:04 AM
Premium 93 octane is recommended, not required. Reg 87 octane is fine with only a slight reduction in power. I've used it in mine for 6 years with no problems.

CadillacManny
03-07-13, 12:26 AM
Wow! Okay thanks man!

CadillacManny
03-08-13, 02:17 PM
Does anyone know where I can get one? Or purchase one online?

Submariner409
03-08-13, 02:28 PM
For these Cadillacs I seriously doubt there is one. NOTHING for the Seville/Deville/Eldorado lines. Nothing.

elvin315
03-10-13, 03:23 AM
There are no chip upgrades or reflashes for the Catera. Don't waste time searching Europe either. Their CPU is completely different. The only engine upgrades are the free-flow air intakes and exhausts. Search ebay.

PS: the so called chips on ebay are nothing but a resistor to fool the cpu that the engine is cool and needs extra fuel to raise its temp.

kaustein
03-10-13, 09:19 PM
Get the car 1500 pounds lighter. No speed chip needed

CadillacManny
03-10-13, 11:17 PM
How?

MoistCabbage
03-11-13, 02:02 AM
...It was a joke.

CadillacManny
03-12-13, 11:56 AM
Any thoughts on if they would work

1999 Cadillac Cateta
Should I use 87 89 91 92 93 Gas?

Submariner409
03-12-13, 12:01 PM
Gas requirements in the owner's manual, use no snake oil.

"Chips" are usually a scam - a plugin 25 resistor that fools the intake air temperature signal into providing a rich fuel/air mixture.

Some of the Catera tuners in this forum may have other tricks.

You already posted this in another thread, so I merged the two. Please do not double post the same questions. Let one thread do the work for one question. Thanks.

CadillacManny
03-12-13, 12:09 PM
I'm trying to save gas. Not increase performance

MoistCabbage
03-12-13, 12:16 PM
You'll do the opposite of both with a "chip".

Accelerate and drive slower.