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Old 04-27-2001, 17:43   #1 (permalink)
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Chip & Cam Package

Hi Everyone, I am new to this forum and am very impressed at the information displayed and provided. I have just had a Cam & Chip package installed in my 1994 ED Futura 4.00 and would like to share the results.

My ED has just recorded a Dyno reading of
"180 BHP" or 134 kw's. Torque was a very healthy 960 Lbs.
FXR800 has my Dyno printouts at the moment and is arranging a scan which I will post for you.

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Is it Auto or 5 speed? And how much did it set you back?
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Hi Martin, The Cars an Auto.
Cam & Chip Provided by Chip Torque fully installed including Full tune new plugs and Dyno Runs cost me $ 1,300.00.
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that's pretty good now put in a manual and then you can really experience it. eec4 is a better eec for chiping than eec5 because 5 corrects itself more. what exhaust you running?
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It's a custom job.
Special gig Pacemakers (The new ones) which have extended secondary pipes of 18 inches. (More scavanging effect which the chip likes).
Hi Flow Cat into a Hot Dog Style resonator then into straight through muffler followed by another Hot Dog resonator all 2.5 inch.
(Resonators were needed to minimise the db as without them it's damn loud.)
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And he means loud!!!!
Have been in the car, and it is quite quick!!
EF 8 owners Beware!!!!


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Hi Nipper

I was just wondering.
What sort of cam did you have installed, and did they give you before power figures?

Becasue I'm thinking about getting a chip for my AU Falcon and wondering what sort of power gain you got from the package.

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Old 06-16-2001, 07:10   #8 (permalink)
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Who did the work? Are you using a Crow cam?


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Old 06-16-2001, 07:52   #9 (permalink)
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See what I mean about chips etc Slim Worked GOOD on a six But put $1300 towards Haltech save$4/500 on M.A.F you have nearly made the difference up.On an eight that is, and no frustration with parts etc.Haltech don't use M.A.F.
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Thanks for the replys guys,

The Cam/Chip package is a Chiptorque HP4.
The new version not the one on their Website.
I have before and after Dyno Reads.

I can Email them to you if you like...

The work was carried out by Garry Scott from Scotts Dyno Tune here in Newcastle in conjunction with Lachlan the head of ChipTorque.

I'm not sure on the Cam Grinder I believe they are from Brisbane. I understand it to be a 113 degree profile (if that makes sense). It does make the car heaps stronger.

FXR800 (Rob) has driven the car and is very impressed with it.

The only thing I have had to do is change the diff ratio to 3.45:1 as the cam does take away a bit of bottom end.(Automatic). I'm fussy and wanted that jump off the line as well.

Garry recommends Pacemaker headers and custom exhaust setup be used to make it really sing...

Let me know it you need more info...

PS... I'm going on the Bathurst run with the car..

Nipper...
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