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    Paul remapped my Vectra Estate to remove the DPF cycle and EGR valve, which was followed by a fuel economy map and torque band move map. All made a big difference to the car.
    Paul is a genuine guy who listens and offers spot on advice and in the future he will be the only guy I turn to for remapping.

    Paul also got me to data log a run in 3rd gear from 1100rpm - 4500rpm to check that the map was perfoming as he expected, and yes it was just fine.

    Cheers Paul,

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    nice one @littleteapot

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    Quote Originally Posted by wheelspin View Post
    Paul remapped my Vectra Estate to remove the DPF cycle and EGR valve, which was followed by a fuel economy map and torque band move map. All made a big difference to the car.
    Paul is a genuine guy who listens and offers spot on advice and in the future he will be the only guy I turn to for remapping.

    Paul also got me to data log a run in 3rd gear from 1100rpm - 4500rpm to check that the map was perfoming as he expected, and yes it was just fine.

    Cheers Paul,
    Cheers mate thanks for the feedback. I always get a bit worried with 'remote remapping' given that other forum members who do their own remapping have experienced a few brickages lately, but yours was a 'friendly' ECU

    Let me know how the fuel ecomony compares once you've been driving for a while!

    cheers
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    Quote Originally Posted by littleteapot View Post
    I always get a bit worried with 'remote remapping' given that other forum members who do their own remapping have experienced a few brickages lately

    Tut tut Nutron

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