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Old 03-09-2010   #16
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Re: Garrett Turbo on Evo

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Re: Garrett Turbo on Evo

So if the turbos are the same on both the 135 sporting and the APE, then what is the difference on the 2 engines to produce different power outputs? Is there any hardware differences or is it all related to engine management software?

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So if the turbos are the same on both the 135 sporting and the APE, then what is the difference on the 2 engines to produce different power outputs? Is there any hardware differences or is it all related to engine management software?

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Definitely something which many people would like to know
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Re: Garrett Turbo on Evo

To be honest I donít know what engine differences there are between the Sporting Evo & the Abarth version either. I would imagine that there will be a few though!
However when you take into account the fact that the Sporting runs 135BHP and the Abarth version runs 165BHP then remapping the sporting (if that option becomes available) should bring you in at the Abarths BHP figure I would have thought.

I do think (or hope) that the handling of the Abarth Evo will be much improved though.
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Re: Garrett Turbo on Evo

Just to jump in, In regards to re-map for anyone interested www.tmcmotorsport.com offer an tuning box compatible with the Evo Multi-Airs Here my original email:-

"Good Afternoon, Im a member of fiatforum.com and wondered if there is/or to be a tuning box for the new Fiat Punto Evo Sporting 135HP? With the engines being a Multiair ive not seen products available as of yet."
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"Hi, we have tested the box on the new Punto Abarth Multi Air and it works superbly. It will also work fine on yours.
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Re: Garrett Turbo on Evo

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Just to jump in, In regards to re-map for anyone interested www.tmcmotorsport.com offer an tuning box compatible with the Evo Multi-Airs Here my original email:-

"Good Afternoon, Im a member of fiatforum.com and wondered if there is/or to be a tuning box for the new Fiat Punto Evo Sporting 135HP? With the engines being a Multiair ive not seen products available as of yet."
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"Hi, we have tested the box on the new Punto Abarth Multi Air and it works superbly. It will also work fine on yours.
Kind regards / Daron
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Re: Garrett Turbo on Evo

Just checked & the TMC tuning box brings the Sportiing up to 162BHP & 246NM
Not bad pretty much spot on with the Evo Abarth.

Just got to save up £300!
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Re: Garrett Turbo on Evo

Any chance of the 105 n/a being hiked up? :P
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Re: Garrett Turbo on Evo

Theres no reason for it not to work, Give them a email? There very friendly and reply usually within hours. I see them mentioned on here quite alot, Something I`ll be looking into if i ever get my bleeding car!
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Just checked & the TMC tuning box brings the Sportiing up to 162BHP & 246NM
Not bad pretty much spot on with the Evo Abarth.

Just got to save up £300!

I'm sure I'll be spending £90 at TMC sooner or later to pick up a box that will perk the multijet up a bit! Thats got to be one of the cheapest ways to add nearly 20 horses to a car! Of course it will need to be 'invisible' and fully reversable as i dont think the lease company will be approving this mod anytime soon...
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Re: Garrett Turbo on Evo

Just to get an idea of how easy these go on heres a video of one of the colleagues of TMC installing at a recent meet by Draiglag (Awesome Car! :P)

TMC Tuning Box Abarth 500

Other videos are worth a watch, As is his thread in Members Motors
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Re: Garrett Turbo on Evo

Hi, many in this post have asked about which turbos are on which models, basically all Tjets up to 2010 in standard form run IHI RF3 turbos, this is quite a small turbo with limited increase possibilities due to its size. The Abarths run these IHI turbos as well. As part of the SS conversion (Grande Punto only not A500) the turbo was changed to the Garrett 1446 which is slightly larger and capable of running higher boost pressure comfortably but does not fit on the same manifold as the IHI so manifold and oil and water feeds are changed along with heat shield, intake pipes, cat ,downpipe and injectors and fuel rail as well as some engine sensors. Fiat have obviously decided now that this turbo allows more flexibility for increased power so have fitted the Garrett standard on the Abarth Evo Multi Air, i'm sure it will be fitted to other models soon. Hope this helps.
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Re: Garrett Turbo on Evo

Ah... "TMC Motorsport" do fiat forum users by any small chance get a discount on tuning boxes?
Or am I pushing it?!
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Ah... "TMC Motorsport" do fiat forum users by any small chance get a discount on tuning boxes?
Or am I pushing it?!
Hi, of course your not pushing it, I have offers on the website at the moment so until end of Oct i'll offer the single channel adjustable kit to forum members at £90 delivered first class recorded, this is a really good deal for a digital unit, fits all 1.3/1.6/1.9/2.0 Jtd and Jtdm models. Results with this unit are great.
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Re: Garrett Turbo on Evo

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Hi, of course your not pushing it, I have offers on the website at the moment so until end of Oct i'll offer the single channel adjustable kit to forum members at £90 delivered first class recorded, this is a really good deal for a digital unit, fits all 1.3/1.6/1.9/2.0 Jtd and Jtdm models. Results with this unit are great.
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Any deals on the Tuning box for the Evo Sporting 1.4 MultiAir 135BHP???
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