Well there was a company named neoasic that made them for the messiah2, magic 3.x series and the ***3. They did require a few wires to be soldered and you had to solder the clip to the modchip. They were ok but they could come off and causing it to fry it. Now I am not saying that neoasic is a bad company but the clip kits weren't the best. I would recommend the o2 mod being installed by a local shop because you get a modchip installed by a professional. I dont trust the reliability on the ezi chips. Plus it is not a bad price but you do get a mod installed by someone who can stand by his work and if there is an problems you can have it fixed. I hoped this helped for you.
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