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Old May 28th, 2011, 01:40 PM
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r56 cooper s re-map

hello all, im new to this forum so any info would be appreciated.
i love my new whip (cooper s, 08, full aero kit).
She is going back to dealers for cold start rattle this week, apart from that i want to re-map it when warranty is up, ive been looking at the p-torque maps, good company? looking for about 200-210hp.
any info bout the re-map or the cold start rattle would be greatly appreciated.

anyone know good insurance companies beacuse my premium takes the ****!
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Smile Welcome to MINI2 ...

You can find lots of positive feedback regarding P-Torque remaps ...

Keyword(s): "p-torque", remap ; Forum: Second Generation MINI Tuning

A P-Torque remaps will give you more the 200 - 210 bhp
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I'd second MINIAC's post... Evolve Automotive come highly recommended too.

As for the death rattle... there are loads of great threads on here, just search the forum for "cold start rattle" - these two should get you started:

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Regarding insurance - try Adrian Flux. They've covered my last 3-4 cars and I honestly cannot fault them.
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