Unichip Performance Chip Customer Reviews
44 Customer Reviews
Please answer the following questions before adding to cart to help us provide you with customized for your specific vehicle.
Liberate your vehicle and let it run free whether it’s stock or modified. Unichip performance chip control modules are built vehicle specific and dyno-tuned for aftermarket mods like cold air intake and performance exhaust. Auto makers saddle their vehicles with sluggish ECU settings to appease the average driver. You’re not the average driver—get the Unichip, lift those restrictions and uncage your vehicle’s full potential.
Not just a chip, Unichip is a full-functioning computer that safely maximizes performance. The Unichip piggybacks your ECU—plugging right into factory connectors—where it receives, modifies and resends the signal; never altering or reprogramming factory settings. This frees up 100% of your engine’s available power 100% of the time.
2 timing maps adjust for octane ratings and desired performance levels with an in-cab switch. You can also expect optimized fuel mileage along with the intense power and torque gains. And, your Unichip Performance Module boasts a 1-year warranty.
Our 30+ Unichip Performance Chip customer reviews have an average rating of 4.50 out of 5 stars. To see specific reviews about your vehicle, please select your year, make and model from the drop down above.
Thanks to the Magnuson Moss Warranty Act: US Code – Title 15, Chapter 50, Sections 2301-2312, your vehicle’s factory warranty is protected by law when you add aftermarket parts. Details
44 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by todd c (HENRIETTA, NY) Reviewed for a 2013 Subaru BRZ — Jan 19, 2013 5:39 PM
i only have gotten to drive the car 1 time since i put the unichip in and it seems to have some more than before will see how it performs better in the spring when i get to drive the car more. was very easy to put in thanks Todd
Reviewed by Corey C (HENDERSON, NV) Reviewed for a 2003 Toyota Tundra — Jun 28, 2012 12:10 AM
I installed the Unichip on a 2003 Toyota Tundra. I have a K&N FIPK and Cat-back exhaust system with the flowmaster 80 series muffler. For those who are thinking about getting this, get it. It gave my truck the performance boost that I was expecting with the FIPK and Cat-back. The agressive settings recommend you run 91 grade fuel, but I was doing that anyways. I haven't test MPG yet but I'm expecting better mileage because I don't have to downshift as often. Very happy with this install.
Reviewed by Patrick M (Bowie, MD) Reviewed for a 2003 Toyota Tacoma — May 08, 2012 6:26 PM
Installed the Chip about 2 weeks ago onto my 3.4L Tacoma that already has Cat-Back Exhaust, Cold Air Intake, and Throttle Body Spacer. There was an instant change in sound, idle, and throttle response. The power is much smoother than it was before install, as in it is a much more constant pull throughout the RPM range. That being said, all the hype about improved gas mileage was not true for me. I had done several test runs setting the cruise at 65mph and running through a tank getting about 16.5mpg average. Now with the chip and premium fuel and the same runs at 65mph I'm only getting about 17.5mpg. Overall I would recommend the chip to anyone but don't expect big gains in fuel mileage.
Reviewed by Lui W (Cutler Bay, FL) Reviewed for a 2002 Toyota Tundra — Mar 30, 2012 12:48 PM
You may notice a small difference if u even manage to get the connecter side in on an 02 tundra. I just think for 600, theirs not enough feeling. Also thought it would remove the speed limiter, but that also has to be tuned out of it. Honestly think it would be great to have if uve had some serious engine work done and knOw that u will be tuning later Down the line
Thank you for submitting your question. Please allow 24-36 hours for your question to appear on this page.
Asked by Justin R K
Feb 18, 2013 7:50 AM
2012 Toyota Tundra
My 2012 Toyota Tundra 5.8 Flex Has Volant Air intake and Magna flow exhaust duel What chip do you recommend? Are people seeing a significant fuel savings? I run a bigger tire on mine and currently getting about 10 miles to gallon on average.. Used to get about 14 to 16 without the tires of course..
Answered by Nathan S. — Feb 18, 2013 3:58 PM
Hi Justin, Tuners generally add about the same MPG increases (1-3) if you keep your foot out of it. A good idea would be to re-gear your truck. It will correct your speedometer and gain back some your lost mileage.flag Accept Answer
Asked by Anonymous
Jan 19, 2013 5:06 PM
2011 Jeep Wrangler
do you have any data or testemonials from anyone using this on a 2011 jeep jk
Answered by Nathan S. — Jan 21, 2013 12:16 PM
Hi Scott, We wouldn't offer a performance product that doesn't work, it would be a waste of your hard-earned dough and installation time. Just because no reviews show up for your Jeep yet, doesn't mean that Jeep owners haven't purchased the Unichip. They are probably busy using it. Try it out and be the first person to post a review.flag Accept Answer
Asked by Anonymous
Nov 08, 2012 5:49 PM
2008 Toyota Corolla
will it work with this model? Thank
Asked by Bruce F.
Aug 14, 2012 8:22 PM
2008 Toyota Tundra
i do not have to run preimum fuel with my chip do i
Asked by Anonymous A.
Jul 20, 2012 3:58 PM
What would recommend to gain the most h p and mileage with this Unichip Performance chip? And out of all the choices what would u put on your ride? I have a 2010 Toyota Tacoma.
Answered by Elizabeth C. — Jul 20, 2012 4:29 PMflag Accept Answer
Asked by Jay L.
Jul 09, 2012 10:38 PM
2011 Toyota Tundra
I have a 2012 tundra with the 5.7 I have magnaflow exhaust and an afe cold air intake will I need custom tuning or will the stock tuning be ok will the small amount of mods I have done?
Asked by Anonymous
Jun 28, 2012 10:34 AM
How is a chip different from a programmer?
Answered by Elizabeth C. — Jun 28, 2012 11:02 AM
Basically, chips plug right into your vehicle’s PCM and stay there, constantly working. There is usually no choice between tunes, diagnostics or monitor display. Though some do have several tunes, they require wiring and a switch to be installed as well. A programmer is handheld or dash-mounted device that connects to your PCM via the OBDII port. Programmers give you a greater range of tuning, diagnostics and monitoring capabilities. They’re more user friendly, and much easier to uninstall.flag Accept Answer
Asked by Kevin P.
Mar 24, 2012 11:34 AM
2005 Toyota Tundra
I would like to use Unichip Performance Chip to disable my 2005 tundra Air Induction Pump system that puts out code 2552. I am not interested performace. Will this do the job?
Answered by Anonymous — Apr 24, 2012 10:02 AM 2008 Toyota Tundra
Doubtful. Especially without extreme knowledge of understanding the mapping codes. I would take it to a dealer and see if they can flash the computer.flag Accept Answer
Asked by segi l.
Feb 17, 2012 6:31 PM
2003 Mini Cooper
I know there are two models of the unichip, an old and a new(better) one. Which one is yours?
Answered by Michael K. — Feb 20, 2012 1:59 PM
Hi Segi, we confirmed with Unichip that we are selling the most up to date version.flag Accept Answer
Asked by Clayton N.
Jan 17, 2012 9:52 PM
2004 Toyota Tundra
I have a cold air intake and cat-back Exhaust intalled on my 04 Tundra. If I plan to later add on Headers should I wait to get the unichip or can it be modified to fit my headers after I install