Race Chip GTS Black

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has anyone added the Race Chip GTS Black to their Supra?

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Hi

has anyone added the Race Chip GTS Black to their Supra?

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It's more or less the same as the rebranded Titan Motorsports Protune module (same housing and connectors; RaceChip most likely is the OE for it).

Decent power gains but you're better off using a JB4 for a piggyback or going with a flash tune for the best performance.

Technically, any tune (piggyback or flash) will void your drivetrain warranty (if Toyota flags it). YMMV.
 

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I have a GTS Black installed on my 2021 3.0. Racechip doesn't officially say it works on a 2021 as they haven't tested it. They are only sensor manipulators, so it works the same on a 2021. Racechip however is very conservative and won't say it works until they verify it themselves.

Titan buys the Racechip GTS and runs their own programming on it. Titan however had their same application for 2020+. So they sell their version for both years of the 3.0 engine. Their program was developed on the dyno. I don't know which is more aggressive the Racechip or the Titan version.

It makes a huge difference in my car. Running it on default setting 5 and it's a much more enjoyable car to drive, and much faster from initial throttle input to redline.

I picked mine up barely used for $250. Best bang for the buck mod period in my mind when you buy one used.

Is a tune better, yes. But this is much cheaper and with great benefits. JB4 runs on same principal but has much more capabilities if you use them all.
 

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Racechip doesn't officially say it works on a 2021 as they haven't tested it.
Their R&D dept. is in German, unfortunately EU spec Supra does not have the B58B30O1 engine for A91.
 

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It's more or less the same as the rebranded Titan Motorsports Protune module (same housing and connectors; RaceChip most likely is the OE for it).

Decent power gains but you're better off using a JB4 for a piggyback or going with a flash tune for the best performance.

Technically, any tune (piggyback or flash) will void your drivetrain warranty (if Toyota flags it). YMMV.
I'm considering the RaceChip for my untunable '21. Why do you feel the JB4 solution is better?
 

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With the same non ethanol based fuel they both make equal power. Racechip is slightly easier to hook up as you don't run a wire in the car. Both are just sensor manipulators. The modify boost sensor to see less boost, DME asks for less wastegate to achieve perceived target boost value. End result is more boost. Both retain factory knock sensor control algorithms. JB4 has additional things it can do based on OBD sensors since it's connected to the OBD port. IMO for people looking for more fun and power the Racechip works fine if you don't want to run more than E25. For people that want to push the envelope more or run higher ethanol that E25, the JB4 is better.
 

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