Bantam Chip+Dyno results

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Bantam Chip+Dyno results

Postby Eon » Sat Oct 05, 2013 10:17 am

Hi guys,

Some of you were curious about the kind of gains you can expect from a unichip. Well, I went to KSD on Thursday evening to get mine fitted and mapped. I must say that the gains are fairly noticeable and I'm quite chuffed with the results! See sig for mods. 8)

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Re: Bantam Chip+Dyno results

Postby Kory-ST90 » Sat Oct 05, 2013 2:31 pm

That's a good gain bud I'm around 70+ here at the coast
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      Re: Bantam Chip+Dyno results

      Postby fuzz123 » Sat Oct 05, 2013 3:37 pm

      Check that torque curve!! :shock:
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      Re: Bantam Chip+Dyno results

      Postby Eon » Sat Oct 05, 2013 7:28 pm

      Kory-ST90 wrote:That's a good gain bud I'm around 70+ here at the coast


      Nice! Would you say that the gasflow was worth it? I'm kinda thinking that I'm done with engine upgrades for now. Bakkie is still too young to mess around with it too much. Want to be able to turn it back to stock when (if?) I sell it.
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      Re: Bantam Chip+Dyno results

      Postby Kory-ST90 » Sat Oct 05, 2013 8:43 pm

      It does huh helps on from the 4000rpm range upwards to the limiter try it and also do an induction
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          Re: Bantam Chip+Dyno results

          Postby cossieboy » Sun Oct 06, 2013 9:36 pm

          I I have very similar mods besides the unichip and the gasflowing ! My 1600 made 87.9 kw so not bad for a 1.3 ! The flowing helps from 3rd gear
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          Re: Bantam Chip+Dyno results

          Postby flouwford » Mon Oct 07, 2013 9:44 am

          thats strong for a 1.3.

          my fiesta makes 79.8 up here in JHB.... branch and filter with freeflow.
          never had it on a dyno with the cam.

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          Re: Bantam Chip+Dyno results

          Postby k_kid » Mon Oct 07, 2013 9:50 am

          Nice power there Eon, yeah I have good gains with gasflowing after 4000rpm, I have an swr cam and a motorcade induction still in my cupboard, waiting to be installed.

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          Re: Bantam Chip+Dyno results

          Postby Wallyracer86 » Thu Oct 10, 2013 2:01 pm

          Hi Eon,

          Nice power gains. I have a 1600 ikon and i am thinking of also doing the gas-flowing soon.

          i am sitting at the moment on 88.8kw 155Nm. I have done pretty much the same mods as you have : uni-chip, swr cam, custom branch, free flow and cone filter.

          Do let us know if you have do the gas-flowing on the van.
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          Re: Bantam Chip+Dyno results

          Postby ALLI-ST-ER » Wed Nov 26, 2014 5:41 pm

          Hi Gents/Ladies

          I've got pretty much the same mods on my Bakkie, KS tuned and my figure are 92.6KW and 157NM, not bad for 1.6 I'm told, however can you guys tell me why after 180kph in 4th and you change to 5th there is no more krag, please see attached and assist if possible, I want to reach 100kw without opening and porting the motor, any secrets?

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          Re: Bantam Chip+Dyno results

          Postby ALLI-ST-ER » Wed Nov 26, 2014 5:48 pm

          [img]DYNO%2021%21NOV[/img],

          I see this upload thing is idiot proof..... :smt017 :smt100

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          Re: Bantam Chip+Dyno results

          Postby Eon » Wed Nov 26, 2014 6:59 pm

          ALLI-ST-ER wrote:[img]DYNO%2021%21NOV[/img],

          I see this upload thing is idiot proof..... :smt017 :smt100

          You first need to upload your pic to photobucket.com , then you will see 'share links' to the right of the page, copy the "IMG" link and paste it here. Use the preview function on the forum to double check.

          ALLI-ST-ER wrote:Hi Gents/Ladies
          I've got pretty much the same mods on my Bakkie, KS tuned and my figure are 92.6KW and 157NM, not bad for 1.6 I'm told, however can you guys tell me why after 180kph in 4th and you change to 5th there is no more krag, please see attached and assist if possible, I want to reach 100kw without opening and porting the motor, any secrets?


          That's good power man! =D> I've always wanted a 1.6, so maybe when I do an engine swop one day I'll see those figures. Since I've started this thread I did gasflowing and porting and I'm sitting at 73.3 kW and 127 Nm. I also did a CAI the other day and I'm waiting for the CSTOC Dyno Day on the 6th of December to see if I made any further gains.

          Other than that, there's no secrets. My 1.3's gearbox maxes out at 190 in 5th, and that's almost on the limiter! The Bantam was never really designed for top end speed.
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          SWR Branch
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          Unichip Q
          Cowley 50mm Free Flow

          EX - '00 BMW E39 M5

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