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    I recently read a thread about the eds ipf hand held device on here where some of you guys were going to get one but they never arrived in time,since then has anyone got the device if so is it any good for doing the bhp and torque figures?I have already got the eds map installed on my car so just a matter of getting the device.It seems to me that most on here have gone for the bsr ppc was this mostly for the hand held tool or purely for the map?Also what is the best method of getting a bhp and torque reading?

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    We went to BSR because Regal were unable to deliver - the BSR remap is spot on too so no complaints there

    A rolling road is the only accurate way of measuring torque & bhp

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    Both Myself & Ian ordered the IPF on the day it was put on regals website way back in August or Sept, We both went the BSR route in the end after waiting nearly 3 months.. The PPC unit and remap are spot on, Regal seem to say that their remap will give you 200 - 210 bhp but a couple of guys on here (spoons & Nutron) have done a lot of trials & testing to get 200bhp from the 1.9cdti and it would seem that for a normal road going car with no excessive smoking you will get around 185 to 195bhp.. MarkM might be having his new sri nav xp2 done tomorrow(friday) it will be the same map as Regal will use with the IPF unit when the IPF is ready(dont hold your breathe for it though) Pm Mark and ask him what he thinks of it if he had it done..

    Im really happy with My BSR PPC, Just a bit gutted i put so much faith in Regal & waited so long for the ipf, But the lesson has now been learnt..
    But it wasn't much of a problem as my car still only has 340miles on it...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ian S100 View Post

    A rolling road is the only accurate way of measuring torque & bhp
    i wouldn`t say a rolling road was accurate, everyone / run is different, at the end of the day the figure you get is a guestimate of your transmission losses ..



    How you finding it ramapped shippers, a different beast eh

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big-Pete View Post
    But it wasn't much of a problem as my car still only has 340miles on it...
    I always thought the idea of buying a car was to use it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big-Pete View Post
    Both Myself & Ian ordered the IPF on the day it was put on regals website way back in August or Sept, We both went the BSR route in the end after waiting nearly 3 months.. The PPC unit and remap are spot on, Regal seem to say that their remap will give you 200 - 210 bhp but a couple of guys on here (spoons & Nutron) have done a lot of trials & testing to get 200bhp from the 1.9cdti and it would seem that for a normal road going car with no excessive smoking you will get around 185 to 195bhp.. MarkM might be having his new sri nav xp2 done tomorrow(friday) it will be the same map as Regal will use with the IPF unit when the IPF is ready(dont hold your breathe for it though) Pm Mark and ask him what he thinks of it if he had it done..

    Im really happy with My BSR PPC, Just a bit gutted i put so much faith in Regal & waited so long for the ipf, But the lesson has now been learnt..
    But it wasn't much of a problem as my car still only has 340miles on it...
    Thanks for the info big-pete can the bsr ppc read fault codes?did you not consider going direct to eds for the device?
    Quote Originally Posted by Bainie View Post
    i wouldn`t say a rolling road was accurate, everyone / run is different, at the end of the day the figure you get is a guestimate of your transmission losses ..



    How you finding it ramapped shippers, a different beast eh
    Im well pleased with the results feels so much better.did dave map yours?

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    There is a function on the PPC that says code reading but its not enabled yet, Someone on here has said that the fault code reading will be enabled on the ppc soon...

    EDS's website advertised the IPF's as available for the 1.9cdti as from November / December but it doesn't seem to have made an appearance as yet....!! I think the ipf is a bit shy

    How do you find the regal map??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big-Pete View Post
    There is a function on the PPC that says code reading but its not enabled yet, Someone on here has said that the fault code reading will be enabled on the ppc soon...

    EDS's website advertised the IPF's as available for the 1.9cdti as from November / December but it doesn't seem to have made an appearance as yet....!! I think the ipf is a bit shy

    How do you find the regal map??
    I got the map for dap-performance in huddersfield regal wanted £650 for the map or £750 with the ipf I nearly fell over in shock.I never wanted to do the map myself as i have read about bad ecu's on the vxr's that dont respond to remaps.Now the performance is stunning

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    Didnt realise you had a VXR... i suppose the clue was in your avatar though...! Doh..
    Dont blame you for not wanting to do the map yourself then, ive read some of those reports on various forums of the VXR ecu's being fussy little bu66ers.

    £750.. Wow, thats £200 more than regal, i think the regal map is £480, And im sure Markm is paying around £350 for his regal remap thru the local dealer he ordered his car thru(57 plate 1.9cdti ), The dealers will then take over the warranty for the car, Im sure the offer isn't just limited to CDTI's though..

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