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Old 03-10-2004, 03:49   #1 (permalink)
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Piggy Back Computers

Greetings all
just after a little bit of info on piggy back computer for a BA 5.4

i am interested in peoples experiances with the following

1/ Unichip

2/ E-xede

3/ T.S.I.

if anybody has a web link to the T.S.I. processor that would be great to

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Old 03-10-2004, 05:02   #2 (permalink)
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go unichip.... They have the best reputation atm for piggyback chips... And from the results ive seen, i dont doubt it....
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Rod, i'm most interested too!!!

Thats if those having one will own up!
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should make this thread into a poll.

Ive got uni-chip, I havent had any other chips to compare it with. mine goes ok. I believe though having robbie tune it, might make a difference, i dont know.

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should make this thread into a poll.

Ive got uni-chip, I havent had any other chips to compare it with. mine goes ok. I believe though having robbie tune it, might make a difference, i dont know.

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greetings Cam
would you like to amend this post after tonight

now tell us what you really think of the Unichip & do you have any info on the TSI Module & maybee even a link to there home page

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i have a exede chip and to be honest seems to be ok up high but down low nuttin.
they are over rated, i got more bang for my buck with the cold air and spacer.
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greetings Cam
would you like to amend this post after tonight

now tell us what you really think of the Unichip & do you have any info on the TSI Module & maybee even a link to there home page

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Be interested to hear what you mean by this did Cam
have a good experience or a bad one last night?
i myself have a uni chip fitted also by Herrods
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greetings John
from what i have heard Cam's chip has died, i was going to find out last night but time ran out

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i have heard that the xede and tsi are the better ones at the moment, with the boss 5.4's getting a lot of dramas with unichip. Dunno why, the xr6T's dont seem to be, do they run a different ECU?

Apparently the TSI has better tuning programs than XEDE, but XEDE is quite cheaper and new downloads can be updated onto the chip via a usb port.
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Any idea what the cost are with the XEDE and TSI like to know ?
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