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Unichip Wiring

Discussion in 'VT - VX Holden Commodore (1997 - 2002)' started by ukgts, Jul 27, 2006.

  1. ukgts

    ukgts A Kiwi in Scotland

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    Can anybody help me??? I'm looking for a copy of the wiring diagram for a Dastek unichip model D4. I wanted to take the Kalmaker route but cant get my car tuned anywhere as I'm in the UK. I bought a 2nd hand unichip cheap with the wiring harness but it has no diagram and APS in Aus wont release the diagram to me as I'm not in Aus or NZ.

    Can anybody help? I'm pulling my hair out!


    '98 VT GTS 220i 2.5 polished stainless cat back, AP Racing brakes 6 pot front, 4 pot rear. Vortech s/c next!
     
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    img001.jpg I hope this helps Only one I have
     
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    ukgts A Kiwi in Scotland

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    Not the right one but thanks for trying.:thumbsup:
     
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    Sorry I know its not what you want to here but have you thought of a mail order tune from aus? Most of the tuners will do it.
     
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    Yep... Better off with a $400 Tune from a Real Tuner rather then a POS.
     

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