Now you're saying that swapping the chip for a Superchip transforms the Vectra into a sportscar?Originally posted by 8vastra
i said your statement was ****** due to the fact that the quality control on the outputs (emmissions/economy/reliability in all conditions etc etc etc etc etc etc etc) are unbelievably difficult to overcome and make an everyday repmobile (sorry demps) into a sports car.
This is a joke, right?
Since the 1990s OEM ECUs have become increasingly sophisticated, and have more tables than most people think. They cater for a lot more scenarios than any 'upgrade chip' hack. Yep....
Now if we're talking careful mapping of a Unichip on a dyno, that's another thing - that would certainly even out a few production fuelling and ignition mismatches (while still keeping the manufacturer's programming!)
But it may not be worth the dosh for a bog-standard car.
...And people quoting from Chip makers' marketing blurb don't help either. They tend to believe in Slick50 and the like...