Im sure someone in Canberra would be a unichip dealer mate, maybe one of the Canberra members can point you in the right direction. Other than that, try calling around the local performance parts workshops.
With the Unichip its the experience of the guy doing the live dyno tuning that you are really paying for. The interceptor box itself and fitting anyone can do (well almost) but the tuning requirs some knowledge and I would say Spiro at Autotech in Granville is buildin up some Ford Unichip tuning experience that means the drive to Sydney would be worth it.
The Unichip (and others) will just make the most out of what your car can do. That is, they add power but only up to what your car is currently capable of. So, if you do more mods you'll get better results and be able to tune your car according to what mods you have.
Mine for example did 134kw with exhaust only. With the chip it bumped up to 146kw. Your factory computer can't properly make use of the changes you make to your car so the chip lets you re-tune it so it does.
I'd be looking at least exahust(inc extractors), maybe a better air intake. If you do internal mods eg cam, even better.
However even on a standard car you will see a difference.
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1999 Black Manual AU XR6HP
Unichip equipped by Autotech Engineering, Granville
Cam install by Crescent Motorsport, Liverpool
what other mods would go well with the unichip?
I am going to get extractors, but what else?
Mate take a drive to Jim Mock motorsport if your keen .They have cams extractors exhaust and unichip......the lot and I guarantee them.Casper here on these forums recently got his car done without a chip or cam and they got his car from 106rwkw to 144!!!!The guys here in Sydney are good ...ie Spiro autotech..But if you want the package cam unichip etc.. Brendan and Jim are the guys to talk to
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