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Old 01-05-2002, 12:45 AM   #1
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Talking Finally after 4 months!!!!

Well after four months i finally got word that my unichip will be shipped next monday, With all of my mods im getting the stage two.

Now the question is, in the mean time of waiting for the chip i have already got the injen CAI, godspeed downpipe, vishnu uppipe, and a SBC-id. The car is fast right now. So basically, am i going to feel any more power after installing my unichip, i got it now to prepare for my turbo upgrade and injectors, but right now i got it mapped for those mods i listed.

So what do ya think will the butt dyno feel anymore, or is this basically all till the turbo?

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You're going to like it... You're going to like it a lot!!!

The changes to the fuel mapping are worth it alone on a bone stock car.. With your mods, it will be a rocket...
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Old 01-05-2002, 11:55 AM   #4
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you will notice it in the middle of the rpm band.

I have an M2 turbo back and Shiv's up-pipe and used to have an MBC set to 15psi.

In the beginning I was well where is my hundreds of dollars investment. I do not feel enough difference.

Well 10 days later the keeping the boost stock for stage II (16.5psi) and only having the ABC in line but completelly closed I can tell. the car is smooth and it feels very perky starting low in the rpm... So I think it takes the ECU/Uni combo a few days/miles to work together.

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