Originally posted by LTDHO
I put a Unitorque in mine (EE4) and it didn't help at all. She runs the same with or without it. I even when as far as sending the computer thto them with a detailed list of mod's and still nothing.
I'm gunna wait untill I've finished playing. Probably get another one.
I think thats where a real time reprogrammable chip will come in handy.
Chiptorque 'reprogrammable' chips arent really suited to a individual car. They are programmed based on the type of mods have (and assumming all engines are the same, and all cams are the same, and all roller rockers are the same.....)
Unichips are pretty good. They are programmed while the car is on the dyno. I watched mine get programmed by the guys at corydon autosports the other week. 2.5 hours on the dyno!! They where holding the revs at a certain point, adjusting the air and fuel ratios to get the best responce, and then taking it up another 200 revs and doing it over again!!
I know the Unichip is a bit more expensive than other chips (about the $1000 mark) but in my opinion its worth it, cos you can keep the chip through ALL the mods you get!!