Originally posted by dcoty
I used the unichip for a while when i had heads and cams springs and retainers, and it worked very well for that application. But after the full rebuild we found the car was difficult to tune. Also it runs lean up high (we were not able to add more fuel) and rich down low...definitly not perfect, and it will never get there with the Uni. But for mild N/A mods like heads cams etc, it is really great in my opinion. But it depends how far you go...a piggy back only goes so far.
Just to be sure I understand what you're saying, with the heads/cams/intake the Unichip offered enough tuning capability, is that correct? I was just confused a bit when you said it ran lean up high - I wasn't sure if you meant that was the case just with the "super motor"
or with the "normal motor".