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Postby TheWalshyWay » September 13th, 2018, 1:27 pm

Hi, I recently had my ; Isuzu Rodeo, Single cab, 2011, 2.5 TD, 135psi Vehicle remapped. Cost €200.
I got it done as I was planning a trip to the French Alps and thought an extra few horses pulling wouldn't be a bad idea since I now have a yr 2000 Ranger demountable on top weighing somewhat more than my Suntrekker I reckon.
So far I am very happy with the result, as the engine noise is lower due to lower revs also resulting in better diesel consumption.
Yesterday I took on the famous "Alpe d'Huez" switchback climb and it was a joy to do as on each switchback I was able to go around in 2nd gear and not having to drop Bach into 1st. The acceleration away was superb and a great surprise.

The mechanic reckons I am now at approximately 180psi as the remapping usually adds about 30%( would need to go on a rolling road to confirm)

So all in all delighted.
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Re: Engine mapping

Postby mjb666 » September 13th, 2018, 7:43 pm

TheWalshyWay wrote:Hi, I recently had my ; Isuzu Rodeo, Single cab, 2011, 2.5 TD, 135psi Vehicle remapped. Cost €200.


Hi B

That's Great news. Would you be able to post a link to the company that did the work as i'am interested in finding out if i can get something similar done to my Mitsubishi L200 Single cab. I'am not sure if a 2005 2.5TD can be worked on so i would like a recomended company to make my initial enquiries to?

Mike
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Re: Engine mapping

Postby Ogden scamper » September 13th, 2018, 9:56 pm

Sounds a healthy boost on tap
remapping is more the thing these days isn't it in the past i have tried a 'mode' plugged into engines wiring loom under bonnet which promised another few horsepower though result wasn't much to my mind
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Re: Engine mapping

Postby TheWalshyWay » September 14th, 2018, 9:47 am

Hi Mike, the lads name is Romualdas, and his no.is
00353 879402465. That's a mobile number in Wexford Ireland, when in Ireland just put "0" before the '8' ;)
He says to your Q, " no problem, of course" but again all I can say is I'm a happy camper :)

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