@oiler I believe the closest thing to it is Adam Tuned in the US, but of course it’s a backward and forward process and it’s much less personal than meeting the guy and going out for live mapping to check it like Simon used to when Charlie was over at Longcross.
its totally different mate. Also a lot more torque. But I don’t think it’s 375
im having a dyno run tomoz (Friday) at 10 am.
I’ll let you know the outcome of that.
But you should’ve noticed a difference straight away.
>Mine has done 3000 miles now I don’t know wether there is anything in the ecu, to keep the bhp down until it’s covered a few more miles how many miles has your car done.
Oh by the way, I drive it like I’ve stole it all the time ??
this veering steering Shite didn’t help the test. Once it started to peek, the car was trying to swap the drive from front to back. The monitor looked like it was connected to my heartbeat. So it wouldn’t give a true reading.
It peaked at 352bhp and 402 torque
it was what I had expected but definitely not 375.
Mountune can get their figures to that because they run it in dyno mode and gives a bit of a different report.
But I suppose 350 isn’t that bad.
You made need yours tested if you can’t tell any difference
if you’ve had an Ecu update it wipes the mountune and puts it back to standard.
I might ring Evans halshaw in blackpool and see if anyone has any removed and had their money back