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    sri turbo vs gsi????

    could someone help me.. what is the difference between the sri turbo and gsi apart from the obvious seats and bumpers. engine?? bhp?? and is tunning it the same has the gsi

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    they both have the same engine an gear box
    brake set up is also the same
    the Gsi has diffrent bumpers,door trim,seats,wheels,
    also on the Gsi you get a TC switch as std

    what ever you do to a sriT you can do to a Gsi

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    What gives the gsi 10bhp extra over the 190 turbo? is it mechanical or down to ecu reprogramming?

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    just a newer map most sriT's will have had a new map when in for a service at a vauxhall dealers any way

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    Quote Originally Posted by reavill View Post
    What gives the gsi 10bhp extra over the 190 turbo? is it mechanical or down to ecu reprogramming?
    yep just a different map
    although chances are that owners would have had the latest 200bhp map put on by vxl
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    beat me to it danny
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    Also I think that the SRiT looks more exclusive, the prodrive kit just gives me the horn
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    I like the spec of the Gsi ie you can turn off the TC as std
    also the seats are nicer

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    for me its the sri-t all the way but the i would dsay that owning one! but they are rarer than the gsi with very simular spec as the only real difference is the seats and the tc been switchable which i will admot been jealous of!

    as for styling the sri-t wins it all the time!

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    this is just going to be a thread on which is better, sri-t or gsi.



    gsi for me lol
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