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    New DTUK® GREEN ECO3 Rolling Road Results

    Ive just been forwarded this Rolling Road Graph from a customer whom attended a Rolling Road event on Saturday

    This was a 57 reg 1.9CDTI Astra Sporthatch with 7,000 miles on the clock



    The first run 192bhp and 307lbft (414nm) was produced on factory setting 8

    The 2 subsequent runs:

    200bhp and 313lbft (422nm) were produced on setting A.

    A couple of CRD2 boxed cars produced 200bhp and a wopping 342 and 348lbft of torque!! (470nm)
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    That's pretty good - but are you really that surprised? What's the difference between these new 'eco' boxes from the originaly CRD2 or DTUK Green?

    I got 209bhp on the green... i think everyone was really surprised to see that at the Scottish RR day.. so has there been some new development on these boxes?

    Oh, and keep up the excellent work. Who needs a damn remap!

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    Quote Originally Posted by domino View Post
    That's pretty good - but are you really that surprised? What's the difference between these new 'eco' boxes from the originaly CRD2 or DTUK Green?

    I got 209bhp on the green... i think everyone was really surprised to see that at the Scottish RR day.. so has there been some new development on these boxes?

    Oh, and keep up the excellent work. Who needs a damn remap!
    ****ing hell mate,

    209bhp?????

    what was the torque figure, and do you have the graphs?
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    lemme go find them... or *it* - I didn't get the second print out which was a bit of a shit but everyone from the RR day will vouch for the results

    It's in the scottish region somewhere..

    *edit* are you talking about wheels or fly? hehe

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    So whats the difference between these and a remap.

    Dont think I have seen a remap at that power.
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    The differences?

    A lot of money and warranty issues
    Plus, you can resell the box, you can't resell a remap

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    so setting A should really be the maximum setting used? mine just got delivered today

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    Is this new box plug and play like the old green box....
    i mean not needing to hook up to battery or is it like the CRD2 box

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