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    Hi chaps what unit do you recommend is best for a 2.2dti?,i would rather have a plug and play unit than chop into looms etc
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    The 2.2DTi depends on how many plugs the diesel pump has. If it uses 1 then its plug and play, if it uses the 2 plug VP44 CanBus injection pump, the system required for this is a wire in job, (to pump, battery, and accelerator sensor) no one does a plug and play device for this pump yet, only the 1 plug type, fitting takes around an hour as you need to remove the AGR valve to gain access to the pump, not the easiest of jobs but ok if your competent with a socket and a multi-meter
    Power gain is 25bhp & 50-70Nm




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    i'll take a look and get back to you as the engine cover on mine is different to the photo shown,are the plugs clearly visable on both types?
    cheers Steve

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    Hi steve, i see you are located in Lancashire and we are in Chorley, if you wanted to come over to our premesis we offer a 'try before you buy'.

    Our Tunit V-VP takes the 2.2 dti from 125 up to 155 bhp and torque from 200 upto 245 lbft of torque. Both our V-VP's (pre 2002 and 2002-) both have to be hard wired, but dont let this scare you. You have to run 2 wires to the fuel pump, 2 to power and one to an accelerator position signal (all can be taken at the ECU). The Tunit then plugs into the loom somewhere on the bulkead (wherever you choose really, must be dry and free from vibration).

    If at any time you wish to remove the Tunit for warranty work or servicing you may simply unplug it from the harness and tuck the plug away out of the way. It will not leave any traces of ever being there or taken on and off.

    We also have a couple of these in Reconditioned stock with 1 year warranty.

    If you would like to check out our website you can see as at www.tunit.co.uk or you can email me directly adam@tunit.co.uk

    Thanks alot Adam, 01257 274100.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beavis
    i'll take a look and get back to you as the engine cover on mine is different to the photo shown,are the plugs clearly visable on both types?
    cheers Steve
    Yes Steve, if you view the top of the pump you should be able to see either one plug (which is a plug and play system from us) or 2 plugs (wire in).

    Both these Can-Bus systems are £250inc vat to Vectra-C members, it is guaranteed 152bhp minimum but turning it up should gain -160bhp, TuV approved, CE marked, and 3 year warranty.

    One plug version looks like this:

    Last edited by diagnostix; 30th November 2005 at 10:28.

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    had a look last night at work took off the cover and from what i can make out looks like the pump has a plug on both sides of it under the unit you have the arrow going to on the above picy is this right???
    cheers Steve
    ps where abouts are you (diagnostix)?

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    Yes, sounds like the dual plug, we are based at DN18 5RP near hull but we have distributors over the UK

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tunit
    Hi steve, i see you are located in Lancashire and we are in Chorley, if you wanted to come over to our premesis we offer a 'try before you buy'.

    Our Tunit V-VP takes the 2.2 dti from 125 up to 155 bhp and torque from 200 upto 245 lbft of torque. Both our V-VP's (pre 2002 and 2002-) both have to be hard wired, but dont let this scare you. You have to run 2 wires to the fuel pump, 2 to power and one to an accelerator position signal (all can be taken at the ECU). The Tunit then plugs into the loom somewhere on the bulkead (wherever you choose really, must be dry and free from vibration).

    If at any time you wish to remove the Tunit for warranty work or servicing you may simply unplug it from the harness and tuck the plug away out of the way. It will not leave any traces of ever being there or taken on and off.

    We also have a couple of these in Reconditioned stock with 1 year warranty.

    If you would like to check out our website you can see as at www.tunit.co.uk or you can email me directly adam@tunit.co.uk

    Thanks alot Adam, 01257 274100.
    Do you offer anything for the 2.0 DTI?

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    yes we do, if your vehicle id the 101 bhp model we can usually see around a 30bhp increase in power and the usual 40 lbft of torque. Let me know if you need any more details. Price is £398+vat plus we are giving away a free K&N filter in December with every tunit purchased!

    Thanks Adam

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