Re: Performance Chip
I was thinking of getting one also. I heard not to trust in the "off the shelf, one size fits all" chips as they are a waste of money.
People tell me to look into brands like, Unichip, Chiptorque of for the 5ltrs, Tweecer. As they are fully programmed to your ecu to suit your ecu.
For myself, I plan to go the tweecer way as the program re-burns new parameters to the ecu. Plus, this can be done on a home PC or laptop. It hasnt got as many parameters as say the Unichip but is extremely versatile and just as effective for use on the street and strip. The tweecer also has switchable settings from economy mode to agressive race modes and they can be switched over at anytime with a dial, (I think) so that if you want the car back to original settings you can. Made mods? chuck it back on the laptop and re-program it. No restrictions to go back to the chip dealer to get him to re-program!
With the 6's you pretty much have the choice of Unichip and other brands but your restricted to going back to the place who installed it for ya. But I have heard recently, that the tweecer will soon be available to EEC ecu's for the 6's soon.
If anyone knows of any updates to the info I have mentioned, please correct me.
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