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Thread: Anyone with a BSR ppc for cdti 150 yet?

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    Default Anyone with a BSR ppc for cdti 150 yet?

    If so what s it like? How does it compare with TBs because i quite like the idea of it.I currently have a CRD2 fitted set on lowest map and i ve got to say i love it but not sure if the outlay for the BSR unit will be worth it.Any help appreciated.

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    Believe me - a remap - be it VXRPC, BSR or Regal - will be waay better than any tuning box.

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    I have a BSR Stage 1 remap on a 2.0T petrol. Works straight out of the box, and performs consistently. Makes power delivery not just greater but so much smoother IMO. It appears from what I've read on here that it re-configures engine functions, rather than interfering with them, and is a cleaner solution. BSr have been doing remaps since 1991 I believe, and their record is good. Sure tuning boxes can be cheaper and transferable, but you get what you pay for.

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    I have ordered one for (our bus) Zafira 1.9 CDTI 120 should be here today or tomorrow and fitted over the weekend.
    I will let you know how it goes, not the same engine I know but it will give you a good feel for the unit.

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    I beg to differ there Duncan, my boxes produce superior results to any remap I've seen or heard of so far.

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    I've got one for my CDTi 150, few teething troubles but I'm sure they will sort it out.

    Have a look at this from BSR comparing the PPC system with a tuning box (or Diesel box as they call it) Click Here

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    Stu what "teething" problems did you have ?

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    VX have changed the ECU on the 1.9CDTi on the 2007 models.

    BSR are working on it at the moment to programe up the unit to recognise the new ECU.

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    Thx for quick reply

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stu14t View Post
    Have a look at this from BSR comparing the PPC system with a tuning box (or Diesel box as they call it) Click Here
    That sums it up nicely - interesting reading!

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