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    Default What ya think, should I go for it?

    Matthew,

    Thank you for your enquiry with Celtic Tuning.

    As one of the UK's leading Turbo Diesel tuning companies we can provide for all your electronic and mechanical tuning requirements. As we write and develop our own software in house it allows us to be able tailor our maps to suit every individual requirement from road use to track use.

    The 1.9 CDTi we can take from 150bhp up to 205bhp and from 232lbft torque up to 317lbft torque giving a very impressive performance gain and all within safe design tolerance of the engine and drive train components.

    Reviews of this vehicles engine are located here:
    http://www.celtictuning.co.uk/testim...lltestimonials

    All of our software has been developed using a MAHA LPS 3000 rolling road. This ensures performance accuracy, reliability and also that your vehicle is MOT compliant for emissions testing.

    The cost of the remap is £375 all inclusive for which we travel to your location whether it is home or work place. This comes with a 14 day money back guarantee which gives you plenty of time to ensure it is exactly what you are after.

    If you wish to go ahead with the remap please forward us your contact details (address, Post Code and Phone number) and we will be in touch to arrange a booking very soon. Alternatively if you have any further questions please do not hesitate to ask as our technical team who will be able to answer any questions you have.

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    Tony

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    Why not, treat yourself

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    My mate got a map on his 120 by CT and said it was awesome, BUT the EM light came on and they advised him to go to VX who reflashed the ECU thus wiping the map. They came back and redone the map, but they couldn't do it for some reason, something to do with accesing the ECU IIRC and gave him a refund. He now says the car feels a lot slower than what it did originally, but this could be down to having driven it with the map on.

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    also have a look @ MIJ in walsal mate, or somewhere that has a rolling road to prove there figures
    Midlands Mod Shop - NFFC.

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    ditchp...im gonna ask them 2 prove these figures 1st before deciding to go with it, plus what Mark1319 said worries me a little so ill do some more research and find out who else has a remap from Celtic Tuning!

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    Why not go for the BSR remap ??? If the dealer does any ECU upgrades then you won't have a problem.

    It is more expensive but it is a proven system

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    was also going to suggest BSR but beaten to it.....and there is alway's vxrpc(888) aswell, both have good track records and give more realistic gains in bhp not over the top one's
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    I dont think its feasible to pay £558 for the BSR remap when I can get the Celtic Tuning remap for £200 less. I know BSR are apparently the beans as lots of people have them on this forum, but for a similar increase in power I just cant afford 2 throw away that kind of money away when CT charge £375 compared to BSR's £558!

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    in the end you pay your money and you get what you pay for............
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    It's your car, your money and your choice m8

    Just be careful of some of the claims. By the way 317 lb/ft is 429Nm of torque. Your gearbox is rated at 400Nm. Granted people are running well over that with the 3.0CDTi (and some 1.9's ) with the same box but it a risk if you want to use all that power all the time
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