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    hi there
    currently have a 2.0 vectra turbo. im wanting to improve the power , thinking of a remap, any ideas on this , what will i gain, any recommendations in the manchester area
    cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by davedave View Post
    hi there
    currently have a 2.0 vectra turbo. im wanting to improve the power , thinking of a remap, any ideas on this , what will i gain, any recommendations in the manchester area
    cheers
    Had mine done buy http://www.midlandremaps.co.uk/
    and he came out to me and the difference it as made is unbelievable drives a lot better now. Get about to 210bhp and it drives like a turbo should now impressed with mine

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    cheers for that, what else can you do to get it upto about 250bhp if possible

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    You would be looking at a fair bet of cash mate to be honest stick with the 210bhp mate that's plenty for such a big car
    1. new exhaust turbo back include a sports cat £700-1000
    2. new injectors £200-£300
    3. new fuel pump £100-£200
    4. larger inter cooler £150-£250

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    how much are you [allowed] prepared to spend, are you any good with a spanner yourself?
    mods depend on what year your car is as they varied in stock form over the years..

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    yes good with a spanner have a veccy 2.0 turbo 07 plate

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    Quote Originally Posted by davedave View Post
    yes good with a spanner have a veccy 2.0 turbo 07 plate
    an 07 plate huh,, that may change things.. can you have a peek under the engine cover to see what colour your fuel injectors are; for your year I am hoping you have grey and not light blue?

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    mine was mapped, supposedly dyno'd @237bhp at the flywheel but engine looks totally standard but do have a cat back scorpion system still feels more like 200bhp at most to me but saying that my last good few cars have all been near 300bhp imprezas

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    yeah will have a look under engine cover, whats the difference between the colours

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    blue is 261cc and grey is 381cc.. the higher the output the more tuning you can do etc..

    Also with the 07 the turbos can be different.. on the earlier z20net engines they shipped with a low pressure Garrett Gt2052 turbo, the later model around 2007 shipped with a high pressure Mitsubishi TD04 family turbo. Obviously the high pressure turbo is the preferred option and will give you more tuning potential as well.

    On the side of your turbo compressor you will find a small one flat area where the model numbers are printed, if its TD04.. The Garrett will have ' Garrett' embossed into the moulding of the compressor.. If you can't tell which you have take a couple of pics and post them in here and I will hopefully be able to tell you...

    Its always best to know what your starting with so that you can advise the remapper and properly unlock the tuning potential of your engine and save spending on unnecessary upgrades/mods..

    get yourself a highflow panel filter of sorts like a K&N or Pipercross for a start and do the airbox mod.. you need to be getting as much cold air in as possible before you go for a remap..

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