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Thread: BSR ppc or EDS ipf who has what?? Which is best??

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    Default BSR ppc or EDS ipf who has what?? Which is best??

    As title really after a bit searching about and this and that I've narrowed it down to these two options if I decide to go for a remap.

    How has if any experience and have you any issues?

    Cheers chaps.
    Last edited by Old man Jimbo; 8th August 2009 at 17:04. Reason: my spelling is atrocious...
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    No-one then eh?
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    I have the Regal EDS with the IPF hardware and I foind it does exactly what it says it does and what I wanted.
    I have a choice of
    150 std
    190
    200
    190 No Egr
    200 No Egr
    I run mine on the 190 mode as this has a higher torque than the 200 mode and this suits me as I tow a Folding Camper and I prefur acceleration rather than top end speed

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    Vehicle : Vectra

    Trim : SRI NAV XP

    Engine : 1.9 CDTI 150

    Year : 2007

    Mileage : 72K

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    I have a BSR-remapped 2.0T with a single choice 222bhp and 236lb/ft (320 Nm) of torque. I cannot comment on EDS remaps but they can't beat BSR, according to what's been posted on here in the last 3 years.

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    I had a BSR unit for my auto siggy 1.9 150, its the muts nuts

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