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trying to reach 250 hp on a 2.0 HDi RCZ

Anton2k

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Just got it, the duel mass fly wheel dmf and clutch shouldnt not be affected a low rpm if torque is delevered correctly though a good map
 

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why would be clutch affected in low rpm?
and why dmf would not be affected in low rpm?
its the driving style, not map that affect clutch and dmf...and look at increase in torque with stage1
 

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Don't mean to revive an old thread but I found it an interesting read, mainly because I am looking to get my 2.0 HDi remapped.

Couple of questions, firstly the air filter if you put a K&N or a piper cross on the HDi it can effect BHP? I always though air filters didn't really add or take away much in the way of any BHP for an image and mainly made it sound nicer.

Next, what kind of BHP could I expect from a remap + a DPF pass-though/delete? and will that be safe for a stock clutch?

Would be happy if I could get to the 200 BHP mark with some nice torque... safely lol!
I got a Celtic Tune remap K&N air filter this transformed the car,they said 200bhp and it feels like it to.MPG around 55,its in gear acceleration that is the biggest improvement,I think it was around £250 all in.Not bad for nearly 25% increase in power
 

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Since 2014 it is illegal to drive that has been modified Capture deisle filters.JPG without it if one is fitted to the car
 

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I don't think that they actually remove it, I assume that they are switching off the reporting function via the ECU as they say it is "delete". Whilst a dodgy practice, I would think that technically it is legal although an insurance company make take a dim view of it, if you don't tell them that you had it done as part of the re-map. I assume that you have told the insurance company that the vehicle has had the re-map, as your are obliged to do under your policy T&C's.
 

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I don't think that they actually remove it, I assume that they are switching off the reporting function via the ECU as they say it is "delete". Whilst a dodgy practice, I would think that technically it is legal although an insurance company make take a dim view of it, if you don't tell them that you had it done as part of the re-map. I assume that you have told the insurance company that the vehicle has had the re-map, as your are obliged to do under your policy T&C's.
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So fap filter is on, but dont regenerate ?
Fap filter is removed and then disabled on ECU, this is fap/dpf delete
I think its nonsense because you cant feel 5HP gain when removed
 

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Technically your vehicle is uninsured ? Your insurance policy states has the vehicle been modifies in any way & literally 100s if not 1000s just ignore telling the Insurers so if you do have a nasty accident & its discovered the Engine has been remapped you are liable for all damages repair costs & personal injuries if sustained & your insurer can sue you for fraud so is it worth the hassle
 

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I agree with Pedro any modifications to a car must let the Insurance company know as if there's an accident they will find any thing wrong with your car as not to pay out.. Even a stickers on the car I think it's better to tell them and pay a little bit more than lose your car insurance and money.... Only one winner and we all know who that is
 

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Basically it is a dodge, even Celtic Tuning website states that they "offer DPF solutions for Off-Road usage only". I think that say's it all, I agree with Pedro, anyone who has this done will be uninsured.
 
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