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Old 15th December 2009, 11:22   #1
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Default Unichip from Spitfire, Coimbatore

There was an interesting article in yesterdays Hindu regarding a chip for tuning both petrol and diesel cars.

Makes for an interesting read. Here is the link to the same.

The Hindu : Cities / Coimbatore : Spitfire Performance makes a 'power'ful statement

The article also makes mention of a Hotbit suspension package.

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Unichip seems to be a basic piggyback and has mixed (some positive, more negative) reviews on other international forums. They'd have their work cut out in India. From what I hear, racedynamics & zakie do a pretty good job already.

Any idea what they are selling it for here?
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It is the easy way out for people who cannot configure standalones. Cheap Megasquirt, RaceDynamics or Honda ECUs blow this to outer space.
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Unichip seems to be a basic piggyback and has mixed (some positive, more negative) reviews on other international forums. They'd have their work cut out in India. From what I hear, racedynamics & zakie do a pretty good job already.

Any idea what they are selling it for here?
Planning to visit the place next time while I am at Coimbatore. Will find out what they offer.

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It is the easy way out for people who cannot configure standalones. Cheap Megasquirt, RaceDynamics or Honda ECUs blow this to outer space.
Me thinks so too.
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The Unichip works better than the AEM FI/C. It was the defacto tuning solution for 8th generation Civics in the SEA regions until FlashPro showed up.
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