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Posted: Mon Sep 12, 2005 9:32 pm 
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CHEF wrote:
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Come on mate go a full motec setup :wink:


If the car gets to the stage where the wolf is holding back potential power, then yes Motec would be the go... but until then


You could get an extra 20-50rwkw with chiptorque:
FLASH TUNING
Tuning is more than just increasing timing and fuel!
When ChipTorque tunes your management system, we tune the entire system:
- throttle control
- transient torque
- gear shifts
- torque convertor points
- idle
- boost control
- speed limiter

 

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Posted: Mon Sep 12, 2005 9:51 pm 
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Slick, I have a pretty stock I6 Fairmont. I want 50rwkw for the $595 you say it will cost me. Please let me know where to send the cheque...

 

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Posted: Mon Sep 12, 2005 9:54 pm 
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Slick wrote:
CHEF wrote:
Big Kev wrote:
Come on mate go a full motec setup :wink:


If the car gets to the stage where the wolf is holding back potential power, then yes Motec would be the go... but until then


You could get an extra 20-50rwkw with chiptorque:
FLASH TUNING
Tuning is more than just increasing timing and fuel!
When ChipTorque tunes your management system, we tune the entire system:
- throttle control
- transient torque
- gear shifts
- torque convertor points
- idle
- boost control
- speed limiter



Could you explain the boost control please
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Posted: Tue Sep 13, 2005 12:51 am 
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CHEF wrote:
Slick wrote:
CHEF wrote:
Big Kev wrote:
Come on mate go a full motec setup :wink:


If the car gets to the stage where the wolf is holding back potential power, then yes Motec would be the go... but until then


You could get an extra 20-50rwkw with chiptorque:
FLASH TUNING
Tuning is more than just increasing timing and fuel!
When ChipTorque tunes your management system, we tune the entire system:
- throttle control
- transient torque
- gear shifts
- torque convertor points
- idle
- boost control
- speed limiter



Could you explain the boost control please

Email this guy, Greg Markham on: gregm@chiptorque.com.au
the 20-50 rwkw was a quesstimate for turbo only.
email him & give details of your model, year, mods: type of cam, wheel size, engine, weight of vehicle, exhaust/extractor, induction, force induction/intercooler, diff ratio or what ever you need to give.
He'll explain the boost thingy better then me.
Its more of an edit on the stock ECU. the chip is a plug in, not a piggyback module. fully programable. talk to this guys.

www.chiptorque.com.au

ChipTorque
1/50 Lawrence Drive
Nerang QLD 4211
Australia
Phone : 07 5596 4204
Fax : 07 5596 4228

 

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