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Old 27-03-2004   #1
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Fiat Tuning - An Update from Angel Tuning

Dear all, a large number of people from here have contacted us hoping for tuning prices for their pride and joys only for us to have to advise them that we couldnt do their car.

Well, after 6 months off painful research we are now in a position to offer remapping services on the following table of cars, with the indicated increase in BHP and at the indicated price.

If you are genuinly interested in having your car done - can you please EMAIL me on angelobdtuning@hotmail.com (please do NOT pm me!)


I am sorry about the layout, but the forum didnt allow the table. The two end figures are the increase in BHP and the cost respectively.

CAR MODEL ENGINE /BHP/COST
CINQUECENTO 1.1 SPORTING /10/255
PANDA 1.1 /10/255
PANDA 2 1.2 /10/255
PUNTO 1.1 SX /10/255
SEICENTO 0.9 i /10/255
SEICENTO 1.1 SPORTING /10/255
BARCHETTA 1.8 16V /13/330
BRAVA 1.4 12V /11/330
BRAVA 1.6 16V /12/330
BRAVA 1.8 16V /13/330
BRAVO 1.6 16V /12/330
BRAVO 1.8 16V /13/330
BRAVO 2.0 HGT /14/330
BRAVO 2.0 HGT 20V /14/330
MAREA 1.6 16V /12/330
MAREA 1.8 16V /13/330
MAREA 2.0 20V /14/330
MULTIPLA 1 6 16V /12/330
MULTIPLA 1 6 16V /12/330
PANDA 2 1.1 /10/330
PUNTO 1.2 /10/330
PUNTO 1.6 /12/330
PUNTO 1.4 16V /12/330
PUNTO 1.8 16V HGT /13/330
STILO 1.2 16V /11/330
STILO 1.6 16V /12/330
STILO 1.8 16V /13/330
ULYSSE 2 /13/330
ULYSSE 1.8 16V /13/330
ULYSSE 2.0 16V /13/330
PUNTO 1.3 M-JET /30/415
PUNTO 1.4 TURBO GT /24/470

If you have ANY questions please email me.



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Which part of

If you are genuinly interested in having your car done - can you please EMAIL me on angelobdtuning@hotmail.com (please do NOT pm me!)

didn't you er understand?:D

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still didn't quite read it properly did you TC? nige prefers EMAIL, thats why he writes it in CAPTIALS :D

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WOW! I'm well excited.

Anyway, I will email you as well, but my questions may benefit a lot of others too...

Any information about torque increase figures and where the (new) peak would be in the rev range?

Any information about whether max revs is higher or the same than OE spec?

Any information about change in mpg?

Any information other issues that the remap could cause? (e.g. it's easy to think it'll cause worse wear to the engine, but y'know some people like me need some reassuring!)

Do we get rolling road before/after print out thing?

And finally, how is it you can now offer such a service? What's different with this implementation of your service than previously? I'm not asking for details so I can go away and do it myself (!), but it helps to know wtf!

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Just to add to the above, will it effect reliability?

And will it effect the warranty? Is it a covert modification?

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12BHP for 330 is a little gain for quite some cash.

When I had mine remapped (not by Angel, must admit), it was the improvement in throttle response, mpg bhp and torque that were surprising. Flat spot mid range was gone and car was 5mph quicker over the same 'test route'. Generally felt much livelier, and that was with a lower quoted gain.

12bhp for 330 is not a bad deal. Think how much a good induction kit and exhaust would cost - for less gain.

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Please read the website - it answers all questions. WWW.ANGELTUNING.CO.UK

And please don't ask about MPG as that is totally down to how you drive it.

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I wasn't suggesting it was expensive, I just thought 12 BHP was a low figure, 330 is bugger all really, I just thought it,d return bigger gains, particularly with a 1.1 and 1.2 returning 10/11BHP.

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how much do you know about subaru ECUs alfangie?


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ECU's are pretty much the same on all vehicles why?

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mate of mine has a jap import mk 1 (ltd edtion 86/100) STI. he has a uni chip to fit to it, but having taken the ECU out and opened it up - it seems to have an 'extra' removable (programmable?) chip in there thats not normally found in there.

is it a simple case of getting this chip remapped - ie no need tofit the uni chip?


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Ah well, mine would be about the only Fiat ever made not to be in the list :(

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no helz, nige has been doin the 1.2 16v for a while!

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I suppose this is a cynical ploy to ensure those of us with that car DO email for details [8)].

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