It will cost about £450 for the UniChip and setup. Depending on what you are doing, it may cost more. Are you raising the boost ?? If so then to what levels ??
Bear in mind you can get around 20BHP on a UniChip running normal boost.
If you raise the boost then I would recommend the addition of the Boost Clamping Module. This is a seperate module and driver that "talks" with the Unichip and contorls the boost directly. This means no silly bleed valves and also means you can map the boost to whatever YOU want throughtout the rev range (basically like 3D boost mapping).
It also means you keep the ECU's ability for error code 113 etc. This means you still have the high boost warning BUT instead of having it come on at 1 bar, you can move it to any value you want upto 1.5-ish bar.
Ths extra module costs around £100
REMEMBER AND DO NOT RAISE THE BOOST UNTIL EXTRA COOLING (intercooler/chargecooer) IS IN PLACE TO PREVENT ENGINE DAMAGE THRU DETONATION ETC ETC !!!!
I have'nt put an uprated fuel regulator on, so I don't think it has one. Is it best to put one on to allow more fuel? Do you know how much?
The chip is from Ric which costs £ 265.00. I'd already sorted it by the time I was told Gavin could sort one out - sorry Gavin.
The car is kangerooing when under hard boost, over 4000rpm, I'm not sure whether this just cos it needs the fuel/oxygen setting up or what, because I have made a few changes since it was last rolling roaded.
Yeah, you will need an uprated Fuel Regulator before you up the boost so that it doesnt run lean.
Phone Gavin for a price and he should be able to get it down to you before Friday where Ric should be able to sort it
Hopefully the guy at the Rolling road can also sort the kangarooing.
As you can see, UniChips arent expensive on theor own but its a days RR setup which is about £100. And in your case an extra £100 or so for the boost module but WELL worth it. You then have virtually a fully mapped car there.