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      12-17-2010, 07:14 AM   #23
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What can be done on a 2010 318d (141hp)?

What gains am i likely to see?

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Does the 245 n/a tune include M cars? Bargain if so.

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What increase can I expect from 335D (56 plate)?
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Is yours the 150hp or 163hp model?

The remap will be 265.00 all in. We are holding the discount price until the end of January. In order to do this we are taking a 45.00 deposit, and then you can come in anytime January to have the remap carried out

my e90 320d is the 163hp model, can you tell me where you located?????

I am indeed highly interested
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what about N54 335i

stage2 ? with meth, intercooler and DPs
We can offer stage 2 fully custom mapping for 345.00 all in until the end of January (normally 495.00) , with a 45.00 deposit to secure the place.

We tuned a 335i with full exhaust and intercooler last week which made 404hp with crazy torque.
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What can be done on a 2010 318d (141hp)?

What gains am i likely to see?

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Hey Ben

You will see approx 180hp and 300 - 310lbs/ft torque from our remap.

As well as the power hike, we achieve a much wider band of power with smoother delivery.

Again, a 45.00 deposit secures a place at the sale price until the end of January.
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Yes it does, only until the end of January though
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340 - 350hp from this engine
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The P-Torque remap will give you approx 205hp and 310lbs/ft torque. You will have the car set up on the dyno, along with graph print outs before and after.

If you check our website, you will see we tune this engine for race teams in the Dunlop Maxx series.

We are based in Wolverhampton, postcode WV5 8AP.
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Hi Guys

We will be holding this offer until the end of January

Then price back to normal from Feb onwards
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I had a very successful trip up to Wolverhampton on Tuesday.

My 320d had already been remapped by another tuner a couple of years ago, and i was never that impressed by it. I also wanted to make the most of the panel air filter, exhaust and fmic swap recently completed on the car

Onto the dyno for a 'before' test it produced 191hp and 300 lbs torque, not bad but following Wills handywork we managed to see 224bhp ! and 331lbs torque ! - much more than the previous (rather suspect) map from the other tuner and a big improvement over the original bmw map. The forge intercooler should also help to maintain these figures during the warmer months as it is 75% larger than the oem one and will reduce the inlet temps significantly

Im really pleased with the linear power delivery and the way it maintains it from low revs right through to around 4400rpm (quite high for a diesel imo)


anyway top service Will, many thanks, the cars been transformed whilst still maintaining incredible fuel economy, I cant recommend P Torque enough
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Kind of a reverse idea to what most people are requesting but can you remap a diesel engine, not for speed, but to make it uber-efficient???

I'm particularily thinking about what improvements can be made on my wifes X3. It's a 56 plate 3.0d M Sport (pre-ED model), auto, got caught in the higher road tax bracket due to its emmissions before BMW quickly revised the xdrive model in Sept 2006. It's currently averaging around 27/28mpg (currently 27.1mpg).

I'm purely looking at improving the mpg - what sort of real-life gains do you think are realistic.
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I had a very successful trip up to Wolverhampton on Tuesday.

My 320d had already been remapped by another tuner a couple of years ago, and i was never that impressed by it. I also wanted to make the most of the panel air filter, exhaust and fmic swap recently completed on the car

Onto the dyno for a 'before' test it produced 191hp and 300 lbs torque, not bad but following Wills handywork we managed to see 224bhp ! and 331lbs torque ! - much more than the previous (rather suspect) map from the other tuner and a big improvement over the original bmw map. The forge intercooler should also help to maintain these figures during the warmer months as it is 75% larger than the oem one and will reduce the inlet temps significantly

Im really pleased with the linear power delivery and the way it maintains it from low revs right through to around 4400rpm (quite high for a diesel imo)


anyway top service Will, many thanks, the cars been transformed whilst still maintaining incredible fuel economy, I cant recommend P Torque enough
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Kind of a reverse idea to what most people are requesting but can you remap a diesel engine, not for speed, but to make it uber-efficient???

I'm particularily thinking about what improvements can be made on my wifes X3. It's a 56 plate 3.0d M Sport (pre-ED model), auto, got caught in the higher road tax bracket due to its emmissions before BMW quickly revised the xdrive model in Sept 2006. It's currently averaging around 27/28mpg (currently 27.1mpg).

I'm purely looking at improving the mpg - what sort of real-life gains do you think are realistic.
Yes, this is possible, by adjusting the open time of the injectors and optimising torque limiters we can develop ''eco'' mapping to improve MPG.

Improvments in economy vary, but 15% tends to be a realistic improvement, so if your 3.0D is returning 28mpg, we should be able to look at approx 32 - 33mpg once we have adjusted the software.
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i know its a stupid question, but do you usually find to get better mpg with the remap on a 2006 320d 160hp model? also what would the normal price be compared to the special offer price? cheers
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i know its a stupid question, but do you usually find to get better mpg with the remap on a 2006 320d 160hp model? also what would the normal price be compared to the special offer price? cheers
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Yes, MPG improves even with normal mapping. More torque is part of the reason behind getting improved MPG as less throttle input is required to maintain a certain speed, so in fact there is no real need to go for a Eco specific map.

The remap for your 2006 model from the beginning of February will be 295.00 all in, and 25.00 if you want dyno power runs before and after.
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Yes, this is possible, by adjusting the open time of the injectors and optimising torque limiters we can develop ''eco'' mapping to improve MPG.

Improvments in economy vary, but 15% tends to be a realistic improvement, so if your 3.0D is returning 28mpg, we should be able to look at approx 32 - 33mpg once we have adjusted the software.
Thanks for the information; I'll have a think. I'm seriously thinking about changing it due to the poor mpg, a remap would be MUCH cheaper, but not as effective as the latest diesel engines in a lighter car.

I'll have a ponder now that I have a cheaper alternative option as it might just buy me some time .

Having just re-read my post I wanted to make clear I'm not knocking your improvements (15% is very good) but in the long term, for me, things like brake-regeneration, start/stop, etc, etc, etc, in a new car might give me a better long term solution (but also cost more too). I'm not comparing apples with apples.
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I had a very successful trip up to Wolverhampton on Tuesday.

My 320d had already been remapped by another tuner a couple of years ago, and i was never that impressed by it. I also wanted to make the most of the panel air filter, exhaust and fmic swap recently completed on the car

Onto the dyno for a 'before' test it produced 191hp and 300 lbs torque, not bad but following Wills handywork we managed to see 224bhp ! and 331lbs torque
Wow, that is an exceptional result for a 320d, obviously the mods working well.

My 330d is there tomorrow
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