By the sound of it there is something else wrong. First compare the performance to another standard vehicle in similar conditions to determine if you are now trying to treat the symptoms with a chip or if you should instead attend to the real cause of the problem.
Giladbethalevi wrote:Any advice will help before I lay out the money is it worth it? I am looking for performance don't care about fuel eficency
Nor reliability nor durability. Is the RaceChip Pro not for racing? There is a lot of considerations that goes into an engine, and performance is only one of many aspects considered by the designers. So it may be possible to achieve more performance, but most likely you will be upsetting a delicate balance, the result of which may only show up much further down the road. But if performance is the only goal, it should work.