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    can the turbo be made to come in at lower RPM? 2.2dti sri

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    Only by a remap.

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    I had a superchip remap on my old vec B SRI 2.2 DTi which is the same as yours
    It went for 123bhp to 150bhp and if I remember Matt smith got his up 152bhp and yes you will tell the difference
    but is it worth spending that money if you are going to sell it soon

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    Quote Originally Posted by ensnare View Post
    can the turbo be made to come in at lower RPM? 2.2dti sri
    Speak to a turbo specialist, you will need a modified turbo if you want it to spin up quicker, don't think it will be worth the expense though!

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    Not sure it can be done then either. The 2.2 uses a variable vane turbo and isn't exactly laggy, if driven sypaphetically.

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    I agree, I wouldn't have said it was laggy at all, particularly once it is mapped.

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    The main reason Variable Geometry Turbo were designed was to reduce lag.

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    You could always go hybrid and get ball bearing turbo, that would work a treat but is expensive! Stick to the same turbo if your selling it. I have a 2.2 dti and dont really feel it spools up slow, i think it spools up really early just depends how your driving it.

    EDIT: try researching lightweight turbo parts (like the blades and the connecting rod thingy), they may help a bit

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