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Living the Life!
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Welcome to my section of the Forum. In these pages you will be able find out about how I go about repairing and upgrading digital chips, aka in-car decoders. This low-cost service is much cheaper than replacing a damaged chip unless you manage to really roast it.

Parcels full of chips for repair arrive from right across the globe; from the US, Canada, most of Europe, OZ and NZ, and places like Trinidad, and Singapore.

Often, people who do not have the confidence or equipment to install their own chips contact me to do it for them. That is why you see so many posts from me in the SSD Chipping Database. It is an inexpensive service that helps racers to enjoy the joys and frustrations of digital slot cars.
 

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Bob Chapman
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This is fantastic Greg, about time you had your own area for chips.
So this is Gregs chips site to answer your questions the way he does it.
Thanks for stepping up Greg. Great idea.
Cheers
Bob
 

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As a frequent user of Gregs upgrade service (along with most of my club mates) I have to say I cant fault the service or the pricing.

Big thumbs-up 👍
 

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Living the Life!
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Many thanks for your continued support guys ...... :)
 

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It is great to see Greg back in his own "space". I have used his chip upgrade services many times over the last few years and I have nothing but praise for his workmanship. This could be either giving me an 10% increase in speed, replacing some charred remains or even teasing a chip into place that I had figured to be too small (yes, the Lotus is still going very rapidly, Greg!)

With apologies to non "Strictly" viewers but "It's a 10 from Alan"

Cheers
Alan.
 

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Great thread, Greg.

I am sure it will be successful.
 
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