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    re-mapped

    evening people

    just fitted a veccy c intake pipe, de-restricted the air box, k&n panel filter, back box and remus centre section to my car. was thinking of getting it remapped aswell.

    was wondering if anyone had done the same and how much difference it actually made in bhp.

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    you dont need to get you car remapped on breathing mods... as they dont produce much of a difference
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    well that would depend on a few things, perhaps you could mention your car / engine combination or should everyone rush to find out for themselves ?

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    the Z18XE can be mapped to about 140bhp iirc with basic mods so id guess about 135-145bhp would be my guess,
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