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ct May 10, 8:18pm - #175902 

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UNICHIP dyno!...alternative to power FC?

this is a dyno of a GTS 6sp with CAI and TRD exhaust. Note that the dyno reads HP to the flywheel and not the wheels...UNIchip is selling these piggybacks at a cheaper price than the power fc...but i think more testing and more dynos should be provided to make an accurate judgement. just giving you guys a heads up...
1869982402-Unichipdyno.jpg

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yoru such a clown, i wish you lived in nyc, i would love to just give you the beating that youve probably never gotten in your life.
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v3n0m May 10, 8:21pm - #175903 

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so what is that, a 10 hp gain? that's not bad if the price is right.
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ct May 10, 8:25pm - #175904 

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it seems to bump the 180hp flywheel rating to 200 with CAI/TRD exhaust/ and this unichip thing...again i would want dynos from the wheels and other dynos to make a more accurate assesment. Plus something else is odd...the ower curve seems too "smooth". lift kicks like an angry mule and spikes up when it hits...that dyno is not consistent of any celica i have ever seen...again i must have just looked at too many dynos and all the lines are getting al blurry...lol rofl

Originally posted by SKOOF:
yoru such a clown, i wish you lived in nyc, i would love to just give you the beating that youve probably never gotten in your life.
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Lucky_317 May 10, 9:05pm - #175905 

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like I said on NC - those lines dont look right. I would wait to see a real dyno and not an estimated one.

but sounds like $750 ish is gonna be the price. not bad for the $$ but I'll be more impressed once we see independent dynos.

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ct May 10, 9:19pm - #175906 

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WONDERNESS!! thumbsup...we need more dynos...

Originally posted by SKOOF:
yoru such a clown, i wish you lived in nyc, i would love to just give you the beating that youve probably never gotten in your life.
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gtsbryan May 11, 12:47am - #175907 

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thumbsup not bad at all thumbsup
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mastro543 May 11, 12:53am - #175908 

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Originally Posted by ct
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WONDERNESS!! thumbsup...we need more dynos...

yep

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silver May 11, 1:57am - #175909 
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Not a real dyno chart. thumbsdown
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RevMonster May 11, 2:49am - #175910 

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I wouldn't buy it, just because the idiots don't know what the hp & torque curves should look like on our cars... how do they know anything about our ECU's? rofl

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Lucky_317 May 11, 5:20pm - #175911 

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the graphs look funny cause for some odd reson they thought sohing flywheel HP would be cooler. why? I dunno. cause over 200hp looks cooler then the 180whp. lol the computers estimation of drivetrain loss made the lines look funky.

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oas May 11, 5:31pm - #175912 
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Originally Posted by RevMonster
I wouldn't buy it, just because the idiots don't know what the hp & torque curves should look like on our cars... how do they know anything about our ECU's? rofl

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Rocketman Nov 2, 12:34am - #175913 

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Originally Posted by oas
Originally Posted by RevMonster
I wouldn't buy it, just because the idiots don't know what the hp & torque curves should look like on our cars... how do they know anything about our ECU's? rofl

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SLVCELI Nov 2, 3:00am - #175914 
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This thing has supposedly been out for soo long that it makes you wonder why we wouldnt have seen any real dynos. Emanage we know works so unless this is proven otherwise there is little to back this us

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QTRMLR_1 Nov 2, 3:19am - #175915 

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wow yeah I just realized Rocketman peformed a thread resurrection...

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KickScrew Nov 2, 3:30am - #175916 

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Virgilson Nov 2, 4:43am - #175917 

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haha damn Mike where you been!!! wave
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