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  • 11th January 2017, 18:04
    Ancill
    Quote Originally Posted by Mary Vinall View Post
    Hi Dave no we are not but DMS have been recommended somwill go with them we think.
    Mary
    They specialise in high end cars and have a very good reputation, let us know how you get on
  • 11th January 2017, 16:06
    Dave
    Good news let us know how you get on

    Forum discount ??
  • 11th January 2017, 13:46
    Mary Vinall
    Hi Dave no we are not but DMS have been recommended somwill go with them we think.
    Mary
  • 10th January 2017, 20:29
    Dave
    Are you local to Southampton then?
  • 10th January 2017, 20:19
    Mary Vinall
    No worries John, have had a couple of positive replies and will update everyone once we go ahead with the work.
    Cheers Mary.
  • 10th January 2017, 20:18
    Mary Vinall
    Thanks Chris, will update everyone once we go ahead with the work.
    Cheers Mary.
  • 10th January 2017, 20:15
    Mary Vinall
    Thanks Dave.
    Cheers Mary
  • 10th January 2017, 17:31
    Ancill
    Quote Originally Posted by phil200tdi View Post
    I paid less for one map - pm me for details.

    I'd say 570-580bhp is more realistic. For 600 you need to go catless..


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    A map and pulley should put you close to 600bhp
  • 10th January 2017, 17:31
    Ancill
    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisNI View Post
    Think ill go for one myself aswel, I think they said it was around 499 but hopefully they can inform me better around the time.

    Yes ill have panel filters, x pipe, intake and pulley hopefully all done by then.

    Viezu said with a pulley and one of their maps you could be close to 600, seriously excited to see how my car fares with all the above attached also.
    I wouldn't bother with air filters, they do nothing to increase the performance, unless it's for longevity
  • 10th January 2017, 15:15
    ChrisNI
    Quote Originally Posted by phil200tdi View Post
    I paid less for one map - pm me for details.

    I'd say 570-580bhp is more realistic. For 600 you need to go catless..


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    I thought it was slightly on the high side ... catless id love to do, similar to what I had in my SRT8, cats removed and literally stainless from the headers right back to a tail pipe. Was great for that car but I fear for daily driving the Jag it would become a pain.

    PM on its way!
  • 10th January 2017, 15:09
    phil200tdi
    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisNI View Post
    Think ill go for one myself aswel, I think they said it was around 499 but hopefully they can inform me better around the time.

    Yes ill have panel filters, x pipe, intake and pulley hopefully all done by then.

    Viezu said with a pulley and one of their maps you could be close to 600, seriously excited to see how my car fares with all the above attached also.
    I paid less for one map - pm me for details.

    I'd say 570-580bhp is more realistic. For 600 you need to go catless..


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  • 10th January 2017, 15:02
    ChrisNI
    Quote Originally Posted by phil200tdi View Post
    I've got K&N filters, Exhaust mods and an upper pulley. They wrote the map to tailor based on this.

    I only got one map as it was cheaper, and knew I wouldn't switch much.. Id like a dyno chart to compare before and after but the torque increase was massive. In 4th it feels like 3rd gear as standard. It pulls hard at 2500rpm and just keeps building.

    Takes some care to drive in the rain/cold. Kick down can light up the tyres at 70mph!

    Important to note that Viezu are the UKs biggest tuning company and provide maps for many tuners internationally. They have been very professional in the dealings I've had...



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    Think ill go for one myself aswel, I think they said it was around 499 but hopefully they can inform me better around the time.

    Yes ill have panel filters, x pipe, intake and pulley hopefully all done by then.

    Viezu said with a pulley and one of their maps you could be close to 600, seriously excited to see how my car fares with all the above attached also.
  • 10th January 2017, 15:00
    phil200tdi
    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisNI View Post
    Sounds brilliant. Roughly about 500 quid for 2 maps is it?

    How much of a difference did you notice and can you inform Viezu what else you have done in the car for them to tailor it slightly?
    I've got K&N filters, Exhaust mods and an upper pulley. They wrote the map to tailor based on this.

    I only got one map as it was cheaper, and knew I wouldn't switch much.. Id like a dyno chart to compare before and after but the torque increase was massive. In 4th it feels like 3rd gear as standard. It pulls hard at 2500rpm and just keeps building.

    Takes some care to drive in the rain/cold. Kick down can light up the tyres at 70mph!

    Important to note that Viezu are the UKs biggest tuning company and provide maps for many tuners internationally. They have been very professional in the dealings I've had...



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  • 10th January 2017, 14:27
    ChrisNI
    Quote Originally Posted by phil200tdi View Post
    Yep very easy.

    Plug in device to OBD port, read std map. Send to viezu, get a modified map, upload to vehicle.

    Revert to standard at any time.


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    Sounds brilliant. Roughly about 500 quid for 2 maps is it?

    How much of a difference did you notice and can you inform Viezu what else you have done in the car for them to tailor it slightly?
  • 10th January 2017, 13:49
    phil200tdi
    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisNI View Post
    Easy enough to install etc Phil?

    Im going to go for Viezu myself come April, when the wedding is out of the way etc.
    Yep very easy.

    Plug in device to OBD port, read std map. Send to viezu, get a modified map, upload to vehicle.

    Revert to standard at any time.


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  • 10th January 2017, 13:23
    ChrisNI
    Quote Originally Posted by phil200tdi View Post
    Good but spendy..

    Most people are using Viezu in West Midlands. I've got their V-Switch remote tuner and very happy!


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    Easy enough to install etc Phil?

    Im going to go for Viezu myself come April, when the wedding is out of the way etc.
  • 10th January 2017, 12:42
    Ancill
    Welcome aboard Mary

    I had my XFR remapped and had the speedlimiter removed on my then brand new MY13 car.

    Can't really say anymore, 'it does what it says on the tin' a very smooth map and never had any issues, they also state they will upload the map foc should any dealer reflash the software
  • 10th January 2017, 12:33
    OBC John
    As no-one else has said it . . . . . . welcome to the forum, Mary!!
    (I have no idea regarding your question . . . . )
  • 10th January 2017, 12:00
    ChrisSB
    Ancil had his XFR mapped there I believe and he was very happy.
  • 10th January 2017, 12:00
    phil200tdi
    Good but spendy..

    Most people are using Viezu in West Midlands. I've got their V-Switch remote tuner and very happy!


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