Black Mitsubishi Parked - Mitsubishi Performance Chips boost horsepower

A Mitsubishi performance chip has the potential to improve your experience behind the wheel. At Chip Your Car, we know there are plenty of performance products out there claiming an easy install. But can those same performance parts complete the set-up process in less than 60 seconds and not only improve horsepower, but fuel efficiency as well?

Our Mitsubishi performance chip works with your vehicle’s engine to create an optimal air/fuel mixture and adjust timing. Fuel remapping is done without modifying the ECU, so you can simply unplug the chip for emissions and dealership visits. There are no wires to snip or special technical knowledge required to install a performance chip. All you need is your vehicle, the key, and one minute.

After installing the performance chip, you should see an increase in horsepower, torque, and throttle response. Gas mileage improves as well, as the performance chip optimizes fuel to get you more for your money. Upon completing 150 cumulative miles of driving, your new performance chip will take effect and have you reaping the benefits.

Are you ready to learn how a Mitsubishi performance chip works? Keep reading to find out if your particular model can be chipped.

How Performance Chips Work for Mitsubishis

When you plug a Chip Your Car performance chip into your OBD2 port, the unit works with your ECU to remap fuel and adjust timing settings.Depending on what level you choose, you could see anywhere from a 20-60 horsepower increase. Even better, you will also increase your gas mileage by 4-6 MPG.

To install the performance chip, start your vehicle. Plug the chip into the OBD2 port located near the lower part of the dash. After about 15 seconds, the chip should have completed the connection. Then, press and hold the SYNC/RESET button for a full 15 seconds. In a cumulative 150 miles of driving afterwards, the chip should complete the fuel remapping. The installation is complete.

The Mitsubishi Brand Makes and Models

Mitsubishi began as a shipping company in Japan in 1870. Founded by Iwasaki Yataro, Mitsubishi produced their first car inBlack Mitsubishi parked in field - Mitsubishi Performance Chips improve horsepower 1917, called the Model-A. The brand first introduced electric vehicle technology in 1970 and a year later broke into the American market. Some of the first models include the Tredia, Cordia, and Starion. Mitsubishi has not forgotten its electric history, however, as it strives towards an electric vehicle lineup in the future.

Below are just a few models that accept your brand-new Mitsubishi performance chip.

2001 Mitsubishi Lancer EVO VI

Pairing the Evo with their famous Lancer rally car brand and specs, the Lancer Evo dropped on an unsuspecting public in 2001. The Lancer EVO VI was the seventh iteration of their EVO brand and carries on the tradition in today’s market.

2015 Mitsubishi Lancer EVO X FQ-440 MR

This was the last Lancer EVO sold by Mitsubishi, and they pulled out all the stops with design and function. The Lancer EVO X FQ-440 MR only had a run of 40 cars in production, making it one of the rarest and most sought-after Mitsubishi’s around.

Mitsubishi Diamante

The Diamante had a long and fruitful life as Mitsubishi’s entry into the high-end sedan market. The Diamante won two Japanese Car of the Year Awards in the 1980s and 1990s. The Diamante finally ended its’ long production run in 2005.

Mitsubishi Gallant VR-4

In many ways, the Gallant was the precursor to the Evo which Mitsubishi released later on. The Gallant won the Japanese Car of the Year award in its’ first year in production in 1988. The VR-4 variant brought a turbocharged 195 hp and all-wheel drive to the party, but good things never last forever as the Gallant ended its production run in 2002.

Mitsubishi Eclipse

The Eclipse debuted back in 1989 not long after the AMC acquisition by Chrysler. The Eclipse came about through an agreement with Chrysler as the Eclipse would be branded as the Eagle Talon and Plymouth Laser in certain markets. The Eclipse was the first car embraced by the tuning community and lasted through four iterations, finally ending its long production run in 2012.

Bring out the best in your Mitsubishi with a performance chip. It could be one of the best investments you make for your imported vehicle, no matter which Mitsubishi you drive.