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    Question Celox Performance Module

    Anyone fitted one of these to there astra G turbo or is it one of those cheap mods to look out for?
    ASTRA COUPE 2.0L TURBO

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    Got a link?

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    Never even heard of that before. Any links to information would be appreciated

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    try this WWW.CELOXPERFORMANCE.COM under power module and also it's on EBAY.
    ASTRA COUPE 2.0L TURBO

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    Save your money mate. This is a well packaged pile of stinking dog poo.

    "Power Modules are installed between one of your car's sensors and the ECU" it's a resistor in a box. Basically, a 5p electronic component which you add to the temperature sensor for intake air. It tricks the ECU into thinking the air coming in is cooler, therefore more dense, so it 'might' add more fuel.

    On a modern engine it will normally see the extra fuel that is unburnt (the engine must be running lean for this resistor to work, if at all) in the exhaust and correct the fueling, negating the effect of the resistor in the first place.

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    Don't go anywhere near that product - or the company. Check out other makes forums for tech info and horror stories.

    I bought one on a spur of the moment purchase, returned it but Celox wont refund me - they confirmed receipt of the return but refuse to refund.

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    It will modify any standard ECU system by telling the ECU that the incoming air in the intake system is cold and so advances the ignition to compensate producing more power. In many cases fuel economy is increased too. Power is increased by up to 15bhp and torque is significantly increased. It will be more responsive and you WILL LIKE IT!

    save your money
    can do that for 9p from maplin's if wanted

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    THIS THREAD IS ALMOST 5 YRS OLD GUYS

    astra777: Good on ya for using the search function but no need to resurrect threads from the dead

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    Dam 4 years old

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