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Hi there,
just got back from the garage where I had the Dastek Unichip fitted to my FN1.

Got some good power gain's. I have to say that seeing the results on paper is not near as good as the feeling when driving it. Trottle response is a lot better, engine runs smoother, faster. It just pulls like a train. Also when driving normal, average fuel consumption drops a lot faster then before the remap so : MORE POWER > LESS FUEL. I'm a happy man :D

Here the graph :

 

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Interesting stuff there mate. Definitely a good gain on the Dyno! Your start figure is pretty high, what engine mods do you have?

Although only a small amount of gain I noticed the torque very quickly and
Alot smoother acceleration.

I'm going to print off your chart and overlay it on mine. :)
 

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Interesting stuff there mate. Definitely a good gain on the Dyno! Your start figure is pretty high, what engine mods do you have?

Although only a small amount of gain I noticed the torque very quickly and
Alot smoother acceleration.

I'm going to print off your chart and overlay it on mine. :)
Mine's the turbo- AND supercharged version of the 1.8 petrol...

i wish :p:D

Just the K&N 57i and Invidia cat back exhaust system. Torque is much better, it starts a lot higher than stock and runs smoother yes.
 

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Haha! :D
Well done mate, you now have performance to match the style. Exhaust is next for me, hopefully that will make some difference too.
How long did it take to tune?
 

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More details please!
What fuel did you use?
How does it fit?
Photos?
What parameters does it change?
Price?
 

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Hi,very good results indeed,the point is to feel the difference on the road as you said ;), but i have to mention that, how the wheels power gain could be higher than the engine power gain :confused: i mean the wheel gain is about 12.5 hp and the engine only 6.5hp ??
 

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More details please!
What fuel did you use?
How does it fit?
Photos?
What parameters does it change?
Price?
Fuel : super 98
Fit : connects to the original ECU take's over it function.
Photo's : will post some later
Parameters : not up 2 date on that
Price : €695 (incl : 2 dyno tests, montage en mapping)
 

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I'm not sure what to make about the differences between increases at the wheels and flywheel. can anyone shed some light on this? how is it possible to make a greater increase at the wheels?
 

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power = measured at the wheels so that's what counts....
 

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Nice man! maybe an option for me,too. Dont know of any (approved) Chips for our Engine here in Germany, so this one would at least assure more power. :D What do you think they would charge w/o the dyno runs ?
 

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i cant imagine reving upto 7500 rpm, must sound great with your setup!! BEAST of a car [smilie=ebil-thumbu:
 
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