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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 04-29-05, 07:56 PM Thread Starter
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Unichip for ED?

Does anyone know what type of Unichip is right for an ED, type A, B, C, or D?

And does anyone have any experience with what sort of gains can be expected when adding a Unichip to a N/A ED with CAI and a good exhaust?

An input is much appreciated, thanks.

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post #2 of 4 (permalink) Old 09-29-05, 07:37 AM
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Re: Unichip for ED?

unless you have done numerous mods to your car.. it not worth putting the unichip in....
cos the unichip is there to maximise the gains of what you have ALREADY done to the car...

163rwkw.. 14.4 @ 95.67mph.. EF 5spd 3.45 Lsd..
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Re: Unichip for ED?

Hey mate, I had put JMM streetfighter head, cam, etc on my car, 5spd.(mine is an EA) and a aftermaket fuel regulator cause EA computer's lean out big time. But after all the JMM gear went on my car it was running very rough and stalling etc. I went down the unichip path and without unichp i was pulling 130rwkw but with the unichip I was pulling 145rwkw. Far below the JMM 160-165kw. but the unichip did fix my fuel mixture and idle problems. But like the post before me, you would probably want to have a fair few mods done first.
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Re: Unichip for ED?

TYPE C im pretty sure
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