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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old Aug 25th, 2015, 01:37 AM Thread Starter
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Well, Had my remap done today at southwestincartech. The guy I saw Mark is an agent for celtictuning who supplied the map. The figures they quote with this map are as follows

Power from 167bhp to 238bhp
Torque from 265ft\lb to 326ft\lb


All this on standard equipment. All i have done to the engine is a K&N panel filter.

The ECU had to be removed from the car, opened up & a bit of soldering done (F series can't be flashed through the OBD)

My verdict? Best 290 i've ever shelled out. THIS THING ****ING SHIFTS!! To say that i'm a happy bunny would be an understatement. Only drove it home so far (a few miles) but jesus! DSC was flashing like a christmas tree light! Cant wait to get out in it tomorrow on my way to the hospital :thumbup: I can fully endorse Celtic (who do a mobile service btw) and also Mark at SouthWest In Car Tech. No dyno run to show i'm afraid as the engine (2,000m) needs a few miles on it yet to show a true figure. I have an open invite to go and do a run when the car has reached the required mileage

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That's some mightily impressive numbers there, it'll be interesting to see them backed up once you get on the rollers. I'm almost tempted to get an oil burner next.
I guess it's Good Bye to any warranty now?


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I'm almost tempted to get an oil burner next.
I guess it's Good Bye to any warranty now?
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The SD starts at about 140 right?...and a remap got yours up to 238bhp?

Looks like Celtic are advertising they can up the SD to 199bhp?

+43% power with Stage 1 ECU Remap on Mini Cooper S 2.0 D 140 bhp (2006-now)

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It'd be good to get an update on this map if anyone has had it done and lived with it for a few months? I'm hoping to get my SD mapped soon.. perhaps up to Clio 182 power as I've owned many (+ a turboed one ) and found living with too much boost abit tedious after a while as a daily drive. Keen to hear of people's experiences with above company/ maps in general for the SD though.
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