1.6TDI remap

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Re: 1.6TDI remap

Post by HighlandBroomBroom » Fri Jun 11, 2021 12:06 am

Just a quick follow up on this post. I have had the map done from 75 to 148 bhp and what a difference.

The driving experience has really been improved. Going to look into the egr and dpf.
The cost for me in Scotland for the remap was £200 and worth every penny and the fuel consumption is about the same imo

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Re: 1.6TDI remap

Post by Shelby13 » Fri Jun 11, 2021 4:18 pm

Hi everyone a question for you!
The remap can damage the injector ??

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Re: 1.6TDI remap

Post by Doc » Fri Jun 11, 2021 6:07 pm

Some remapping companies claim they can prevent injector failure with their remap, which to me is impossible.
If they can indeed prevent the injector failure, logic would dictate the bad ones can in turn cause it to happen. Why they would I don't know.
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Re: 1.6TDI remap

Post by S22RBT » Mon Jun 14, 2021 8:00 am

HighlandBroomBroom wrote:
Fri Jun 11, 2021 12:06 am
....The cost for me in Scotland for the remap was £200 and worth every penny and the fuel consumption is about the same imo
Where did you go in scotland for your remap mate?
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Re: 1.6TDI remap

Post by HighlandBroomBroom » Tue Jun 15, 2021 6:22 pm

I'm in Inverness mate and the guy is: higgs tuning services he's on Facebook.
Came along to site while I was working in all honesty I thought the map was aggressive at start but as time has gone on it feels great.

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Re: 1.6TDI remap

Post by Shelby13 » Tue Jun 15, 2021 6:54 pm

Doc wrote:
Fri Jun 11, 2021 6:07 pm
Some remapping companies claim they can prevent injector failure with their remap, which to me is impossible.
If they can indeed prevent the injector failure, logic would dictate the bad ones can in turn cause it to happen. Why they would I don't know.
Okay! Thanks mate

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Re: 1.6TDI remap

Post by G1L8313 » Thu Jun 17, 2021 9:38 pm

HighlandBroomBroom wrote:
Fri Jun 11, 2021 12:06 am
Just a quick follow up on this post. I have had the map done from 75 to 148 bhp and what a difference.

The driving experience has really been improved. Going to look into the egr and dpf.
The cost for me in Scotland for the remap was £200 and worth every penny and the fuel consumption is about the same imo
Literally the same as mine can’t believe how much of a difference it’s made

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Re: 1.6TDI remap

Post by Baldspeed Racing » Fri Jun 18, 2021 12:24 pm

the EGR and DPF is another good step as not long had mine done. the engine flows or revs so much faster and the extra few horses is nice as well

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Re: 1.6TDI remap

Post by Handyandy » Fri Jun 18, 2021 1:52 pm

I had my 1.6tdi 75bhp remapped as the van didn't seem to have any power at all it's now roughly 145bhp once it hits about 1500rpm it's away and wants to keep on revving until you change gear it is also a lot more responsive when you put your foot down but if your like me i tend to keep my foot down so fuel consumption is a bit higher. My remap cost me about £250 a couple of years ago and the van has been fine ever since
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Re: 1.6TDI remap

Post by caddychris2002 » Fri Jun 18, 2021 8:18 pm

I had a 102 and now have a 75 engi e both map to 145bhp. I've mapped approx 30 of the 1.6 caddys now and not had a problem.

EGR valve I'd definitely have mapped out personally unless your going to physically remove the internals of the DPF I'd leave that as it is as simply turning it off in the map and not gutting it will probably cause it to block up sooner.

If you do turn the EGR off you may notice the DPF regenerate slightly more often but it's nothing to worry about.

I usually charge £250 but I offer a 20% discount for forum members (£200) and it takes approx 2 hours. Also depending where you are in the country I can highly recommend DubUnit

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