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    Default Exhaust on a 1.9 cdti xp1 180bhp

    Hey peeps

    Anyone got any views on doing anything to an exhaust on my car or should I just leave it alone?

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    "1.9 cdti xp1 180bhp" is that mapped to 180?

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    Yeah I got it remapped last week

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    should have done the exhaust before having it mapped imo..

    my rule of thumb is - make it breath better both intake and exhaust then remap to gain the best result's...
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    I would remove centre silencer and remove cat the. Ads a panel filter and deristicr air box along with a goo service and should see some gains I'm running 194bhp with all my mods below

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    Yep, lose centre box, cat and pre cat and you will see gains, as above should have done this before re map.

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    Do you save much weight losing the centre box, cat, and precat?

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    Quote Originally Posted by StephNET View Post
    Do you save much weight losing the centre box, cat, and precat?
    I've just taken the insides out of the dpf box,it is a lot lighter.

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    You will now need a remap mate to stop the dpf regenerating all the time or you will have a severe smoke screen

    I know as I've done it but now it's mapped out

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    Quote Originally Posted by winnie2457 View Post
    You will now need a remap mate to stop the dpf regenerating all the time or you will have a severe smoke screen

    I know as I've done it but now it's mapped out
    Me ?

    I've had it remapped now,as it was regening too much for my liking
    I have yet to do something about the pre cat bolted to the turbo.

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