If you stay with the OEM hardware (i.e. the PCME itself) then the "upgrade" is just the PROM or the firmware in the flash (OBD-II units). When you swap in a KLZE motor, for instance, you can also take the PROM out of the PCM, re-calibrate the VRIS and timing, and put the PROM back in the PCM again. This is one type of upgrade.riceater6 said:thanks but i wanted to know about a entire new computer upgrade, is there anything out there like that i hear of people getting a new one or remapping theres when they get the klze just asking what is the deal, i have heard of JET is that just a chip or what
Do you have any before & after dyno plots, fazel? If so, can you upload them or email them to me? I'd love to see where 12HP was found by this "Unichip".fazelmoosa said:The unichip piggy back computer really worked on my mtx 2nd gen v6 mx6, I gained around 12hp extra, and the acceleration is smooth, also there is a guy on this club a college of mine Mr Coenraad Potgieter also installed the same device on his mx6, this unichip is really worthwhile fitting on and investing in, make sure its a Dastek unichip, and not that sleasy superchip, must say their adds are tempting to fit one.
Thanks Fazel. So how much tuning on the dyno did you guys have to do with this? What was involved in the tuning process (i.e. multiple runs on the dyno, hit load points, monitoring MAP, exhaust gas oxygen etc...)? What was tunable on the unit and how was it tuned (i.e. fuel, spark via PC running a Windoze app... )?fazelmoosa said:Hi mike , I will send my dynoplots to you soon as well as I will try and get Coenraad to send you his dynoplots