My 1.4T remap review.

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Moog70
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Re: My 1.4T remap review.

Post by Moog70 » Sun Apr 26, 2020 6:11 pm

I'll look forward to your update in 10-20000 miles time, when your plasticine DMF and/or gearbox has disintegrated due to the excess torque going through them. :lol:
Current - MY17 1.4T Energy 3 Door Persian Blue (with now useless heated steering wheel)
Gone - MY15 1.4i Excite 3 Door Deep Sea Blue (with brilliant heated steering wheel)

Woody
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Re: My 1.4T remap review.

Post by Woody » Sun Apr 26, 2020 7:05 pm

Moog70 wrote:
Sun Apr 26, 2020 6:11 pm
I'll look forward to your update in 10-20000 miles time, when your plasticine DMF and/or gearbox has disintegrated due to the excess torque going through them. :lol:

If the gearbox went bang now, it will have been worth it. Never mind in 10-20000 miles :lol:

mattb_srivx
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Re: My 1.4T remap review.

Post by mattb_srivx » Sun Apr 26, 2020 9:17 pm

Moog70 wrote:
Sun Apr 26, 2020 6:11 pm
I'll look forward to your update in 10-20000 miles time, when your plasticine DMF and/or gearbox has disintegrated due to the excess torque going through them. :lol:
My remap was done with the car on around 10k miles, I'm touching near 40k now so it's doing pretty well :lol:
The extra power is fine so long as you drive with mechanical sympathy, don't rag it from cold and don't engage in the traffic light Grand Prix too often.
I believe the maximum rated torque for the box is around 235lb-ft from memory, so we are still somewhat below that with a map on these.
Corsa 1.4 TURBO

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