Unichip Scion Power Programmers
A Unichip installation consists of a Unichip computer module, a Plug-n-Play (PnP) wiring harness, and a performance map dyno-tuned for a specific vehicle & its components. The Unichip is a solid-state computer measuring the size and weight of a MP3 player, using multiple high-speed processors to control engine tuning & performance.
Unichip Plug-n-Play Facts:
Plug and Play with factory connectors
Works with stock & modified engines
Max power output from engine safely
Does not alter factory computer
Invisible installation, easily removable
No high-octane fuel requirements
Two year factory warranty
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Scion tC (05+); 2.4L
Sale Price: $858.57
Notes: NA - NormAll Enginesy Aspirated, NO2 - Nitros Oxide Kit, 2WD - 2 Wheel Drive model, SC - Supercharger, DIS - Direct Ignition System, 4WD - 4 Wheel Drive model
(*1) Special Order Kit - All Enginesow 3 days for production.
(*2) Not for Infiniti G35 Sedans with Automatic transmission before VIN 32928); not for 35th Anniversary 350Z.
(*3) For early SC Kits without the 7th injector); requires 305cc injectors and 170 L/hr+ fuel pump.
(*4) Not for `97 trucks with manual transmissions (2-row ECU connectors).
(*5) For Mk IV vehicles.
The Flux Power Display is a Pocket PC software program, designed to run wirelessly via Bluetooth from inside your car. This new software contains several features that the performance marketplace is demanding to have as consumer technology is spreading to the automotive world. Features such as control of up to 5 engine map calibration settings, real-time logging of horsepower, torque, RPM and speed, full display of several engine components, OBD II DTC reading and clearing, speed adjustments for non-oe tires & wheels and several specific tuning features for advanced users. No product on the market gives drivers this level of access to engine data and tuning in one product.
The Flux Power Display package comes with an installation CD, Unichip Bluetooth module for version Q chips, and an instruction booklet. Many dealers are accepting pre-orders now. System Requirements: Pocket PC Bluetooth PDA running Windows Pocket PC 2003 r1 or Windows Mobile 5.0. Free software updates available at www.unichip.us when available.
Unichip Flux Power Display Feature ListPerformance calibration selection from 5 engine performance maps: Allows the user to have and select different engine calibrations based on octane levels or installed aftermarket components. Examples: Different hardware configurations (Map 1 – stock, Map 2 Injen CAI, Map 3 – Injen CAI + Cat/Back, etc…) or for different performance settings (Map 1 – 92 Octane, Map 2 – 100 Octane, Map 3 – 92 Octane + Nitrous 75 shot, etc…).
Bluetooth wireless connection: Anytime the Flux PDA is inside the car, it can communicate with the Unichip wirelessly via Bluetooth TM… The PDA can be dash mounted, sitting on the seat, or in the user’s pocket- anyplace in the car. State and Local Laws may prohibit use while driving.
Vehicle Immobilizer: A PIN protected code prevents the car from being driven when the Vehicle Immobilizer is enabled. The specific mechanization will varies by application, but the car will either not start or will die immediately after starting. UI is essentially identical to a desktop’s screen saver. If someone tries to steal the car, there is no apparent reason (no lights, noises, etc…) why the car is not drivable.
OBD II DTC reading and clearing: The user can read and clear pending and active diagnostic trouble codes. Works the same as individual tools costing hundreds of dollars.
Data logging: The user can select up to six channels of data from a Flux provided list to display and record data like rpm, vehicle speed, intake temperature, coolant temperature, EGT, knock sensor response, ignition timing, fuel trims, transmission slippage, etc… Not all options are available on all applications because some vehicles don’t have the required sensors.
Performance calculation and display:
Flux will calculate, display, record, and export data of horsepower and torque from 2000 rpm through engine red line.
Flux will display a drag strip Christmas tree light sequence and then calculate, display, record, and export reaction time, 60-foot time, elapsed time, and trap speed.
Flux will calculate, display, record, and export 0-60 mph time, 0-100 mph time, 0-60-0 time, 0-100-0 time.
Vehicle adjustments: The user can correct speed reading for aftermarket wheels & tires.
Live data display: The user can monitor various performance parameters in real time on a digital and normalized analog display. The options under live data are the same as those data logging.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
What is the Unichip?
What is the Unichip? The Unichip is a fully programmable engine management system which channels over 53,000 optimized fuel and ignition parameters through a vehicle’s standard Engine Control Unit (ECU) to deliver maximum power, optimized drivability, and improved fuel economy. Unichip is a Piggyback ECU, which works in harmony with the standard ECU and is compatible with OBD1 and OBD2 vehicles.
How is the Unichip different from other aftermarket chips?
Why should I install a Unichip in my car?
How difficult is tuning with the Unichip?
How does the Unichip increase engine power?
What is the difference between a Custom Map and a Standard Map?
How much extra power can I expect from the Unichip?
How will Unichip affect my car’s fuel economy?
What are the engine management advantages of Unichip?
Is the original factory engine control unit modified by installing the Unichip?
Why don’t the factory ECUs make all the power available from the engine?
Does the Unichip only control timing and fuel?
Do I need to reprogram the Unichip if I modify my engine components?
How can I have my Unichip re-programmed?
Is the Unichip suitable for all Electronic Fuel Injection (EFI) cars?
Who can install the Unichip?
What is Plug-n-Play or PnP?
Is a PnP kit available for my vehicle?
What kind of fuel efficiency percentages can I expect?
How will the Unichip affect the life of my car?
Where is the Unichip physically installed?
How long does the Unichip installation take?
What does real-time tuning mean?
How long does real-time tuning a Custom Map Unichip take?
Are Dynamometers safe for my car?
Why can't I re-tune the Unichip from my laptop?
Does the Unichip need to be serviced?
Will I need to use high-octane fuel with the Unichip?
Does the Unichip void my warranty?
Can the Unichip be removed?
What is the Unichip warranty?
What are the Pocket PC requirements in order to run the Flux software?
What models of the Unichip Module are compatible with the Flux Power Display Software?
What comes with the Flux Power Display software?
What is the warranty terms of the Flux Power Display software?
How often are new applications released for the Flux software?