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    Hi all, has anyone purchased the BSR ppc recently, i looked at the
    price on the website and thought it was very steep ! they are asking
    832 euros, ( £719 ) i'm sure it was about £550 ! or are they stinging you
    for the two years support !

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    yep it was about £550.then the bombshell about having to pay for yearly support .
    So you could be correct with your assumption that thewy are charging in advance for the aftersales service..............also might be that the euro is that much stronger against the pound now

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    www.TorquingBHP.co.uk give just as good results with their remap, which costs £300+VAT.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jezzy View Post
    www.TorquingBHP.co.uk give just as good results with their remap, which costs £300+VAT.
    Can the TorquingBHP remap be removed & reinstalled by the user when required?

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    no...........

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jezzy View Post
    www.TorquingBHP.co.uk give just as good results with their remap, which costs £300+VAT.
    May give as good overall results but the torqing bhp re-map is not the best on the road in my opinion. It's very peaky in the way it delivers it's power.

    BSR is far superior.

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    Quote Originally Posted by soulman View Post
    also might be that the euro is that much stronger against the pound now
    I don't think it's much to do with the Euro rate. The PPC price in September last year was still about £550 and the Euro rate hasn't changed much at5 all since then.

    BSR charge about £60/year for the service charge which would still only bring it up to about £670 so I think there's been a bit of a hike overall.

    It's got to be really questionable whether the BSR remap can possibly be worth this outlay now. I have one and it is very good but I have the original lifetime agreement and I wouldn't pay what they're asking now.

    The Regal EDS IPF (similar functions) is £577 - a lot cheaper though I've no idea how good it is.


    Just my 2p.
    Last edited by boba; 30th January 2010 at 22:54.

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    Not a like for like comparison either!!

    I thought £550 was alot of money but fair but I won't be investing in another at the new price!

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    Quote Originally Posted by boba View Post
    I don't think it's much to do with the Euro rate. The PPC price in September last year was still about £550 and the Euro rate hasn't changed much at5 all since then.

    BSR charge about £60/year for the service charge which would still only bring it up to about £670 so I think there's been a bit of a hike overall.

    It's got to be really questionable whether the BSR remap can possibly be worth this outlay now. I have one and it is very good but I have the original lifetime agreement and I wouldn't pay what they're asking now.

    The Regal EDS IPF (similar functions) is £577 - a lot cheaper though I've no idea how good it is.


    Just my 2p.
    I agree, BSR are pricing themselves out the market. I won't go BSR next time purely for that reason.

    It will be Courtenay all the way. I have driven a Vectra 1.9 150 with the courtenay map, and I reckon it's the best re-map on offer at the moment for the 1.9.

    They will also soon be offering a PPC type device to allow you to switch between tuned and standard. They also map them on the rolling road which is always best.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maverick View Post
    May give as good overall results but the torqing bhp re-map is not the best on the road in my opinion. It's very peaky in the way it delivers it's power.

    BSR is far superior.
    Funny that; my opinion is exactly the opposite...

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