Unichip UNI-X +
Intake Clean +
Provent 200 Catch Can
I expected that the results between the Unichip Q4 and Uni-X would be similar, and that was indeed the case. I won't post the original Q4 Vs Uni-X dyno sheets, because there's too much variation in the testing conditions. The dyno used for the Q4 was 2WD, the Uni-X was 4WD. The tyres were also different, and the vehicle is 100,000km older.
At the time of writing, I've been running the UNI-X for over five months and around 10,000km. With the Q4 I typically ran the 'Economy' tune. With the UNI-X I found the 'economy' tune delivered the same performance as the Q4 and slightly better economy. This could be a result of the improved tune in the UNI-X, or it could be a result of the intake clean, or a combination of the two. Either way, I've now changed to the 'Towing' tune on the UNI-X, which seems to deliver the same economy as the Q4 did on 'Economy', but also slightly improved performance, sitting between 'economy' and 'performance' on the dyno runs.
Standard Vs Unichip Uni-X
This graph is essentially a "before and after", showing the Uni-X's Performance, Economy and Towing tunes compared with standard (factory) output. The dyno runs were undertaken on a 4WD dyno, and show the power/torque 'at the wheels'.
As you can see, there is considerable difference between all of the Unichip's tunes.
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