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Old 20-06-2010   #1
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Under the bonnet / Remapping

So I was planning on getting a remap done when I get to about 5k miles...

Red dot seem to be the favoured company but at a guess... I'm guessing hey won't have done a remap yet so unsure how they would go about this?

Also, had mates on bout getting induction kits and other bits but can't seem to find anywhere that does these... Because ours are Multiair engines, I assume that we can't just use older fiat parts?

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Re: Under the bonnet / Remapping

they would go about it same way they do any other car, stick it on the rollers look at data then write a brand new map for it, then put it back on rollers and fine tune the map if needed. as long as the ecu is mappable they can map it
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