2018 1.4t Mapping

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jay70
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2018 1.4t Mapping

Post by jay70 » Sat May 11, 2019 11:03 pm

I'm an old-ish man with a 2018 1.4t 100 as a daily, handed down to me by my wife but I want some more go! I've had a search around the net and ended up here.

How tunable is the 1.4t engine? Is there anyone South mapping these? How far can the engine be pushed on stock internals.?

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

T.I.A Jay


drm345
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Re: 2018 1.4t Mapping

Post by drm345 » Sun May 12, 2019 3:43 pm

Well, the 1.4T can be at 150ps in the Astra. I had one for a time and it went like a bat out of hell, if you pressed the loud pedal. However at the very least it would be wise to make sure that the gearbox, clutch, brakes and suspension are OK for the extra power. And what about the insurance? I reckon you'd be better to p/e it for something designed for more power.


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Re: 2018 1.4t Mapping

Post by FirestoneDK » Sun May 12, 2019 6:20 pm

drm345 wrote:
Sun May 12, 2019 3:43 pm
Well, the 1.4T can be at 150ps in the Astra. I had one for a time and it went like a bat out of hell, if you pressed the loud pedal. However at the very least it would be wise to make sure that the gearbox, clutch, brakes and suspension are OK for the extra power. And what about the insurance? I reckon you'd be better to p/e it for something designed for more power.
The 1.4T in the Corsa and the 1.4T in the Astra are not the same engines.
The Corsa one is a old design, and the Astra one is a newer design which is a part of a modular family which the 1.0T also is a member of.


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Re: 2018 1.4t Mapping

Post by drm345 » Sun May 12, 2019 10:20 pm

FirestoneDK wrote:
Sun May 12, 2019 6:20 pm
drm345 wrote:
Sun May 12, 2019 3:43 pm
Well, the 1.4T can be at 150ps in the Astra. I had one for a time and it went like a bat out of hell, if you pressed the loud pedal. However at the very least it would be wise to make sure that the gearbox, clutch, brakes and suspension are OK for the extra power. And what about the insurance? I reckon you'd be better to p/e it for something designed for more power.
The 1.4T in the Corsa and the 1.4T in the Astra are not the same engines.
The Corsa one is a old design, and the Astra one is a newer design which is a part of a modular family which the 1.0T also is a member of.
Oops! My mistake. It'll teach me to do my research properly!
However I maintain my opinion " I reckon you'd be better to p/e it for something designed for more power."


baloki
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Re: 2018 1.4t Mapping

Post by baloki » Sun May 12, 2019 10:59 pm

They can also be 150 in the Corsa though as my Black Edition is the 150 version. Not sure if it’s the same engine with a different mapping or bot though.


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Re: 2018 1.4t Mapping

Post by M400WST » Mon May 13, 2019 8:09 am

The 2018 1.4 T can be remapped to roughly 180BHP on the stock internals there are plenty of places on the internet that will do it.

The 100BHP engine is the same at the 140BHP engine that has been in the corsa previously but with a different tune.
2018 Vauxhall Corsa E 1.4T 100 Energy - Adapted by Opel Scanner
2011 Porsche Boxster 2.9 PDK


DAN@ADRIAN FLUX
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Re: 2018 1.4t Mapping

Post by DAN@ADRIAN FLUX » Fri May 17, 2019 8:58 pm

Hi.
If you need any help with insurance at all for a chip, re-map or tuning box then please feel free to drop me a line.
Regards,
Dan.


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Re: 2018 1.4t Mapping

Post by ross4463 » Wed Jun 05, 2019 12:50 pm

I've got a 67 plate 1.4T 100hp. Looking to get a remap in the future (once the warranty is up). Can anyone recommend a company?
Also what other mods would go well with the map.

Cheers :D


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