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Old 17-05-10
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Default Our new highly featured Performance Module (DPS215)

Testing has been completed and we are now offering as our standard board the DPS215.

The Module is a plug in type and comes with a couple of extra input/outputs to control multi systems if you ever wanted to fit them.

ie MAP control, Water Intercooler Spray, Petrol Injection etc, EGR Monitor and control.

It can also turn a mechanically wastegated turbo into an electronic waste gate version. This allows the turbo to spool up quicker. This would not apply to the Pajero NS onwards as it has an electronic wastegate but is a super addition to a module that already has many more features than the opposition ... at half the price!!!

The 215 Performance Module will also allow other Chip It plug-ins modules (ie Bluetooth and GSM connectivity modules) to plug into it.

The Bluetooth Module allows tuning without connecting an interface cable and allows the 215 to be tuned as you drive the car.

The GSM Module is a security device which allows owners to send GSM (SMS) commands through to their vehicle to either limit the power of the engine (valet mode) or stop the vehicle entirely.

Don't tell your spouse?s
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SOMEONE MAKE SOMETHING LIKE THIS FOR THE DAM PETROL V6es
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Can't do it because diesels work on MAX air, limited fuel principle


It is explained here http://chipit.com.au/ ... scroll down to where it says

WHY IT WORKS:

USE OF RESIDUAL AIR
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Old 26-05-10
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Oh i know how the chip works, i'm a mech engineer but i am sick of stuffing arround with EvoScan and EvoTune to do the dam 6G75 ecu as its sooo dam hard to do
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oh i know how the chip works, i'm a mech engineer but i am sick of stuffing arround with evoscan and evotune to do the dam 6g75 ecu as its sooo dam hard to do

i know how you feel. I too have played around with evo scan / evo tune
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Hay Wogs,

I agree with you, its very dissapointing seeing all the posts around about Diesel chips.

The gains are not there to be made with petrol chips, I had a Unichip on my NK, complete waste of money, IMO.

The only way to get serious gains from a petrol appears to be forced induction, & that has a whole lot of issues too, I have a mate with superchargers on 2 cars, there is always something going wrong. I am talking after market here, I am sure that factory induction is more reliable.

IMO the writing is on the wall for petrol motors. With the advancement of diesels in the past 5 yrs or so & with consumers demanding more power & better economy, the stage is set for diesels to be the prominent fuel for every day transport.

Its even happening in our own little Pajero world, how many 3.8l NTs are out there, not many they are mostly all 3.2 diesel. That in turn will lead to less demand for petrol, more demand for diesel. Why would you buy a 3.8l petrol when you could buy a 3.2 TDI, with almost 50% more torque & heaps better fuel economy! & you can then chip it for more power again!
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well i wanted a diesel but at the auction they only had V6. mind you the v6 is soooo much quicker then the 3.2 and drives more like a car if you know what i mean
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well i wanted a diesel but at the auction they only had V6. mind you the v6 is soooo much quicker then the 3.2 and drives more like a car if you know what i mean
The diesel with the latest ChipIt module will totally outperform the petrol engine and use
a fraction of the fuel doing it. No contest!
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The diesel with the latest ChipIt module will totally outperform the petrol engine and use
a fraction of the fuel doing it. No contest!
rub it in , rub it in!!!!!!!!
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well yeah but at the time they did not. LOL. i still only use about 14 l/100 in town and less on the highway.

But yeah i wish it had more tourqe
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