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    hello i am new to the forum. i have owned my 2.0dti for two years. but the cruise ship needs more power (sick of wee boys on R plates in their vtr's smoki me). Has anybody on this got their 2.0dti with the vp44 pump with the hybrid ecu got a remap replies much appriciated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by darveccy_c View Post
    hello i am new to the forum. i have owned my 2.0dti for two years. but the cruise ship needs more power (sick of wee boys on R plates in their vtr's smoki me). Has anybody on this got their 2.0dti with the vp44 pump with the hybrid ecu got a remap replies much appriciated.

    Prob cheaper to get a 1.9cdti 150 rather than re-mapping mate

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    they are pretty hard to tune, I had an Astra SRI with the 2.0DTI with VP44 pump

    the only thing I could do was fit a wire in tuning box, it had to be wired in to the ECU feed for the accelorator and the fuel pump feed on the VP44 pump,

    It took about 5 hours to fit as I had to take most of the ECU cable apart to find the right wire and take off the EGR valve and then find the feed to the VP44 pump.

    and the end result was PAP, over fueling which caused big surges in power in cold weather and after major lack of power trying to pull off the road and MASSIVE plumes of black soot,

    IMO, don't waist you time or money, oh, and the chances are the VP44 will blow up (which I found out later on) and they are about £1500

    Save your pennies mate,

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    Quote Originally Posted by markm View Post
    they are pretty hard to tune, I had an Astra SRI with the 2.0DTI with VP44 pump

    the only thing I could do was fit a wire in tuning box, it had to be wired in to the ECU feed for the accelorator and the fuel pump feed on the VP44 pump,

    It took about 5 hours to fit as I had to take most of the ECU cable apart to find the right wire and take off the EGR valve and then find the feed to the VP44 pump.

    and the end result was PAP, over fueling which caused big surges in power in cold weather and after major lack of power trying to pull off the road and MASSIVE plumes of black soot,

    IMO, don't waist you time or money, oh, and the chances are the VP44 will blow up (which I found out later on) and they are about £1500

    Save your pennies mate,
    Depends what make of tuning box you get, I bought a steinbauer tuning box which only has three wires to connect (Batery +/- and the pump wire)

    It runs beautifully and my 2.2DTi can see 155BHP no problem, yes the vp44 is expensive but tuning boxes are rarely responsible for their demise. It's usually down to cheap crap fuel being used in them

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    i was going to opt for a tunit module and a local tuner i know said he would fit it for £30 he reckons they are a good box and they would need to be at£450. As for fuel i have to agree with john that crap fuel is a difference. I use to get fuel where ever it was cheapest and it was very hard to start.After realising it was the fuel i get filled at my local maxol garage 2 turns of the starter and she fires up.

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