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Old 10-06-2018, 06:49 AM
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Default Stu vs unichip vs ecu reflash

Hey again.

Been looking around as always getting ideas for the future ;)
Iv been sending a few emails around and doing a bit of research.

So far I have found uni chip of course which comes at $1800
For the unit. I know they are tried and proven.
I have found steinbrauer aswell which come in at 1700 havnt heard anything to bad about them

The one I'm most intrested in is a Dtu, the website seems pretty promising and not look like a cheap unit and at 750 I can't justify the extra 1000 for the unichip
http://www.dieseltuningupgrades.co.n...TuningBox.aspx
They seem to meet all the requirements just not sure if I'm missing a reason they so cheap

I have also emailed a few ecu re flashes and have got a few quotes
One for 750 which is the same price as the Dtu but can't be removed easily.
And another for 1050 with a free dyno as they want a navara to show in there magazine

Any recommendations etc? Throw in your 2 cents
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Old 11-06-2018, 07:31 AM
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dtu is the company and tdi is the type of piggy back chip
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Old 11-06-2018, 10:01 PM
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I thought the average price for good chips was around the $1000 mark. thats fitted and set to ecu.. maybe wrong.
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