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    Default Signum 2.8T with BSR Map Anyone done it?

    Some questions please for anyone who has bought a BSR map for the 2.8T engine: (am a little hesitant to spend £500.00 without user feedback!)

    Were you pleased with the results?
    Was the upgarde as easy as BSR suggest?
    Have you gone back to the original mapping for service?
    Did you buy direct?
    Anything you were unhappy about?


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    Duncan will be the one to ask........hes arranged a forum group buy...all i can say is it works a treat in his 20.t sigbum....am still waiting for mine

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    The 2.8 has a very touchy ECU, I would consider going to VXRpc or Dap developments to get it done, I was going to go for the BSR but am now looking at6 Dap Developments in Huddersfield. As a note, VXRpc will only do the 2.8`s at there premises now and book you in for 2 days because of the problems they have with the particular ECU`s ... The problem is that the ecu is dodgy, and BSR will replace it if it goes wrong, but you will need to get the new ecu tech 2`d , which will mean taking it to a dealer and all the warranty issues that entails. An eds remap & airbox costs £550 and gives you 300bhp and 450 ish nm of torque which is also a whack more than BSr ..

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    Agree with Tommy

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