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    cdti sri 150

    i have been looking into getting one of these simply cause of the easy ability to tune them over 200bhp and i want a diesel for the miles i now do

    what do people think about the celtic tuning company and also has anyone fitted fmic's to their diesels as this site is huge and using the search feature is bringing up to many results

    mainly what i am after from you astra gurus is what would be the best

    exhaust
    filter
    remap
    coilovers??


    many thanks if i get any replys!!!

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    map or tuning box will take ya there abouts my man, exhaust and filter will help of course, coilovers are available im sure, make sure the car doesnt have cdc tho has i dont think you can fit aftermarket shocks with all that disconnected, you will be able to fit a bigger fmic, you'll need pipes and that too, might make a difference too. think your limited on options and im no expert like on dervs, someone with a bit more knowledge will be along soon
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    the guys at celtic tuning are a great help.they had a look at my remap i had done by some1 else.they tweaked it abit and its alot better.
    a filter will be a good start just to help the engine breath better then followed by a remap.
    if your after handling then coilovers wud be something to look into.
    ive got an intercooler fitted on my 1.7dti just to make the air going into the engine that tad bit colder.
    where abouts r u to?
    streetbasser

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    Quote Originally Posted by gazvan_86 View Post
    the guys at celtic tuning are a great help.they had a look at my remap i had done by some1 else.they tweaked it abit and its alot better.
    a filter will be a good start just to help the engine breath better then followed by a remap.
    if your after handling then coilovers wud be something to look into.
    ive got an intercooler fitted on my 1.7dti just to make the air going into the engine that tad bit colder.
    where abouts r u to?
    thanks for the replys, but on the intercooler issue is it the standard or can you get a front mount kit and i am from cambridge

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    i got a universial kit off ebay.u get a selection of pipe work and just make what you can of it.took abit of head scratching but it fitted lol.
    something along the lines of this
    http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/LARGE-UNIVERSA...item20ae8ecabf
    have bin considering dropping the 150 lump in me van.will have to let me know how u get on
    streetbasser

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    Quote Originally Posted by steve150 View Post
    exhaust
    filter
    remap
    coilovers??
    add brakes and you may aswell just get a t9 or 888

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