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Re: dci remap?

Postby direstraits » Tue Nov 03, 2009 9:04 pm

Difference is in the oil. The one with DPF needs ''thinner'' oil, usually 5W30, specially developped for engines with DPF. These oils have special additives. Megane III with DPF has an interval of 30.000Km though. It might do something with oil filter. I don't know for sure. It can also be a part of a selling campaign. Many oils or engines can cope with more than 30K Km without oil change. But, how would a Renault garage earn money during 2 or 3 year warranty then? It also differs from country to country. Different fuel quality (sulphur content) affects engine oil.
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Re: dci remap?

Postby hs8bb » Tue Nov 03, 2009 11:26 pm

Hi there,

When you do the remap which aspects of the vehicles calibration do you alter? I believe some of the "tuning boxes" just raise the rail pressure. Obviously this is not ideal!

Im assuming the remap would up the boost aswell to get the gains in torque you quote? Do you alter the EGR map? or main fuel demand?

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Re: dci remap?

Postby sr-performance » Wed Nov 04, 2009 9:48 am

Hi mate,
Yes the boost is raised due to fact that fuel pressure/timing is altered, so yes it ismainly fuel demand. There should be no need to touch the egr if mapped correctly. we now sell a tuning box that is designed and made in UK, but normally only sold to be used on vehicles that have a hybrid ecu that cannot be remapped. and got to admit these are pretty good... :cool:
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Re: dci remap?

Postby davelowe » Wed Nov 04, 2009 3:06 pm

I got a quote a while back from https://www.angeltuning.co.uk/

They seem very reputable, and although their website is currently a bit flakey, it had lots of spreadsheets and specific graphs for all the engines they remapped. I think they quoted me £250 for the job.
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Re: dci remap?

Postby Poddy » Mon Nov 23, 2009 5:58 am

id stay well away from Angel Tuning, i was quoted an increase from 82 to 115, then got told in the day i got it mapped it would only be to 100, got the car on a rolling road and it showed i was only just getting over 100 (102)

bit of a difference from 115
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Re: dci remap?

Postby ash1263 » Wed Nov 25, 2009 12:38 pm

Don't think anyone's mentioned KTEC in the south, it's about 500 yards from the border of Dorset and Hampshire and is a Renault specialist.
All the lads up there seem like nice blokes and all know their stuff about Renaults, so if your down south you might wanna check them out.

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Re: dci remap?

Postby emlv.2000 » Sat Jan 09, 2010 10:51 pm

have got a 52 plate 1.9dci 120 could you please give me a quote to remap and a little info on the performance please

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Re: dci remap?

Postby sr-performance » Sat Jan 09, 2010 10:56 pm

Hi mate,
You gain 30bhp/60nm torque on your model..
Whereabouts are you then I can quote you?
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Re: dci remap?

Postby emlv.2000 » Sat Jan 09, 2010 11:58 pm

im in wolverhampton m8 thanks

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Re: dci remap?

Postby emlv.2000 » Sun Jan 10, 2010 12:04 am

can come to you its only up the road

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Re: dci remap?

Postby sr-performance » Sun Jan 10, 2010 1:10 am

Hiya mate
Your about 2 hours from me i think..:)
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