I asked this same question a few months ago, and everyone highly
recommended the UniChip.
The UniChip is a bit more expensive, as it is fully reprogrammable. The
price is $1155 including fitting, Dyno and GST. If you get it done at
Croydon Autosport's (who are in Silverwater) speak to Jim - he is giving
me a discount on mine for being in the Tickford club. (I am getting mine
done in March)
It will take up to 6 hours to install this.
check out - www.airpowersystems.com.au
The Powerchip is not reprogrammable - They come in 3 different
'flavours' (gold, silver and bronze) and range from $715 to $935. I dont
think these prices include the fitting.
check out - www.powerchip.com.au
The New Chiptorque chips are reprogrammable. But there are a lot less
parameters to adjust compared to the UniChip. The cost is $595 (not
including the Dyno). I spoke to David and Silverwater Automotive about
them 2 weeks ago, and he says it will take up to 4 days to install.
check out - www.chiptorque.com.au
As for the SSV chip, when I asked them at the end of last year, they
told me they only did Chips for Commodores. (?!?!)
If you are planning on doing any other modifications in the future, the
UniChip would be a good investement, plus you can always take it with
you to your next car.
P.S - The guys at Croydon Autosports are Ford nuts. There work ute is an
AU XR8 stroked out to a 347, Unichiped, and about a million other mods.
that thing really goes.!!!