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Started by tj_eek, September 10, 2008, 08:05:37 PM
Quote from: tj_eek on September 11, 2008, 08:18:28 PMthanks guys! :cheer: do u happen to have ferman's contact number? anyway, unichip tuning can only be done at speedlab? is it possible for me to have their software upon purchase of unichip package so i can do ecu tuning by myself if im going to have some more modifications in the future? i have a formidable background na rin kasi sa crome tuning sa honda ko and it was so fun tweaking the ecu by ourselves. :evil5:thanks again :occasion14:
Quote from: baby'zilla on September 12, 2008, 12:01:26 PMconan: di ba naka-UNICHIP ka sa auto mo? how is it? sulit ba?
Quote from: Conan on September 12, 2008, 02:18:42 PMNo I returned it for a refund. Speedlab could't make my car run right with it. From 263 whp at 1 bar boost with an SAFC they could only manage 160 whp at 1.4 bar boost, plus the car would constantly die when idling.
Quote from: niky on September 12, 2008, 04:18:07 PMThat's strange... you're running DET, right? Ghosthunter has one on his SR20 and they got it to work properly... (made more power than me, like for like mods! Grrrrr) but it happens, sometimes, I guess, since each set-up is a completely custom one, and you can't tell how a certain engine will react until you've tried it... but this is true of most piggybacks.I was the guinea pig for the Lynxs RS... then FWC and two other guys followed me. I had problems because of closed loop tuning, but the other guys had no major problems (except one guy, where they couldn't get ignition... until they found out his lightweight pulley was interfering with his crankshaft position sensor). I guess it's a same-same record with E-manage... one guy had no issues while the other burned ignition coils (apparently common with the E-Manage blue).
Quote from: niky on September 13, 2008, 07:11:34 PMOops... my mistake! He's using an SAFC din pala!Anyway, for the SR, you don't really need much more than that, right? Distributor type, so any ignition advance can be done manually?
Quote from: tj_eek on September 14, 2008, 11:22:45 AMso you bring the car over at speedlab running good then after tuning with unichip, it didn't run well anymore? even they'd tried different mappings the car didn't run better?