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Roamer is getting his fitted today. Hes done some before measurements with an AP22, so we should get the after figures soon. Hes getting a zorst at the same time but its the IK that will make the difference I believe. BenR got some great power increases with a Viper and a chip.
Yup, Im getting it fitted now (Just up in the Ferndown Library stealing some free internet time )
I got some measurments last night, quite a large difference between some of them, but Ill go out again on the same roads tonight, and do the same runs and see what the differences are (apart from the sound of course )
JJ - Ill get a .wav file up tonight if I have time, not gonna get it RRd yet, gonna see how it feels and what the AP22 results look like, then consider it.
DP - Yup, ready for York, although it looks like a VERY early start on sunday considering how drunk I was thinking of getting on saturday (Going up on friday night - cos I aint had a holiday this year yet ) Just getting the IK and zorst, then will consider chipping once I have some good stats on it, and find somewhere that can do the work properly for my setup (Not just an off-the-shelf superchip etc)
JJ - Yeah I have thought about the Unichip, but it needs splicing into the ecu wiring loom, and after that Renault will prob go ape at me, so really looking for someone that can blow a new chip with a custom mapping - bit like the work BenR did with SuperChips for the RS-R version.
Really? I never knew that about the Unichip - who told you that, may I ask?
Maybe itd be worth hassling Nick @ HillPower to build you a custom ECU, or speak to Superchips here? There must be someone in the UK with 172 mapping experience?? Either way, Ill ask a friend of mine, who is a demon with Ford EEC-IV maps (Ahmed Bayjoo).
I cant think of Twister without thinking of either the classic party game, or those hideous dry chicken things at KFC. They just dont seem to have any kind of quality about them, but I may be wrong, Ive not seen one up close.
Yeah I forgot abou those twister lollies, theyre well nice. So anyway, the filter in question is named after either a green and red lolly, a party game, a KFC chicken wrap or a crappy over-dramatic film. Not exactly hardore then.
Glad you posted the picture JJ, I had forgotten how cheap and tacky looking they are. The sort of thing youd pick up for £25 from a car spares shop.