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Old 19-09-2011   #1
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Punto Evo 1.4 Multiair Remap

Anyone know where to get a remap for the 1.4 Multiair 105BHP 16v Punto Evo?
I want more BHP as it's only running 105 and I want to be running a lot more, anyone know the best way to do this or where to get it remapped?
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Re: Punto Evo 1.4 Multiair Remap

remapping a standard non forced induction petrol engine will make very little difference to be honest. If you want a lot more the only logical option would be to change yours for a sporting.
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Re: Punto Evo 1.4 Multiair Remap

is multiair 105 and 135 the same characteristics engine with only difference the turbo?
If so , i think it would be great to have the ability to turbo your multiair with oem parts with no danger. Can anyone reply or check the eper?
This would help many people
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Re: Punto Evo 1.4 Multiair Remap

Sell your 105 and buy a 135.

Buying a turbo, intercooler, pipes, ECU and many other things will cost a lot more than changing car.

And I'm sure that the engine is not the same, compression ration is lower on turbocharged engine.
Pistons, rods, crankshaft are reinforced on turbo engines. Camshafts are not the same, but for the multiair I don't know this influence, as it is quite different of other traditional engines.
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Re: Punto Evo 1.4 Multiair Remap

Hmm, not sure if this is correct, as far as i know they have some parts in common both engines, and to be honest, its a really light turbo so i dont think pistons decompression etc are neccesary.
A light turbo in 0,5 bar with good use and proper construction never harmed an italian engine as far as i know from the examples in alfisti.gr but it would be great if someone could check an eper to tell us differences between these two engines
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Re: Punto Evo 1.4 Multiair Remap

This is correct :

105 compression ratio : 10.8.1
135 compression ration : 9.8.1

http://www.buyacar.co.uk/fiat_punto_...5__18042.jhtml
http://www.fiat.co.za/specifications...l#.UrLWgY2JMWM

Checking all parts in ePer would be pain.. but if someone want to do.

Dont forget that ECU and management sensors are different, for exemple and atmospheric engine has a depressure in collector, a turbo charged a pressure.

And many other things...
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Re: Punto Evo 1.4 Multiair Remap

I was just wondering for these 30 turbo hp difference in a factory way, not interested in heavy mods on a Punto.After all, if i had these money i would turbo my Alfa
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Yes, but converting a N/A engine to turbocharged one is really a heavy mod
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Re: Punto Evo 1.4 Multiair Remap

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I was just wondering for these 30 turbo hp difference in a factory way, not interested in heavy mods on a Punto.After all, if i had these money i would turbo my Alfa
I don't know for the multiair. But the differences between the 1.4 16v and the 1.4 16v turbo are extensive.

They include:

Block
Sump
Head (cooling and non-specified differences)
Pistons (lower compression and fully floating gudgeon pins -- which implies that the rods are different)
Crank -- forged, rather than cast.
Cam
Exhaust valves

As someone said, turbocharging any engine isn't going to be a cheap (or easy) project, at least, not if the engine is going to survive.
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