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    I have had my car now for 1 month and I am thinking about a bsr remap as I tow a caravan can anybody tell me is it a big torque increase and is it really worth the money.
    I promise I wont be using it just for the extra speed
    ps still got 1 year of warranty will it affect this !

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    with regards to warranty, basically, don't tell them. One of the best things about BSR is that you can remove and reinstall the map at any time.

    Everyone seems to wax lyrical about the power delivery once you get your map.....

    I'm sure some of the converts will be on soon

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    The remap is excellent and the best thing about it is the way the BSR boys have worked it.

    Down the low end revs the car is a dream to drive, as soon as you get above 2k-3k revs it rolls on the power. The torque is fantastic and it pulls like a train. You do have to be careful, from a standing start, if there's a need to pull away quick from a junction and the road is a bit damp, it can be easy to over cook it a bit. Otherwise, I can recommend it. Makes the car very "drivable"

    If you look at this list of happy customers Here I'm sure they would be happy to help
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    I think i'm going to have to bite the bullet and get it.Im telling the wife i'll need it for the caravan but i mite need it for other reasons!

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    I would agree with everything Stu14t says. There is a huge increase in available power above 2.5k & to make fast progress you need to keep the engine spinning but it's well worth it.

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    I've got one and yes it's worth every penny .
    As a former caravan tower myself, i think if the conditions are damp/wet and your moving off (depending on how much weight your pulling), it may well struggle to keep the power down without spinning.


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