Date: Sun, 9 Feb 2003 09:44:01 -0000
From: "DervMan" <>
Subject: Re: Tuning a diesel

"dave gore 2002" <> wrote in message news:6Xp0a.116$ > Dave g wrote > > having read with interest some of the tuning stories of the petrol models I > am beginning to wonder what I could do with my 2001 9-3 diesel (125bhp), is > there much more that can be done to it performance wise?, any info > appreciated, not that anything will be getting done until the warranty is up > in march 2004 There are a few things that you can do, which I've noted at this article here: To summarise, basically the more you spend, the better the results, but with a turbodiesel (or any turbocharged car, for that matter), you can get some splendid results for well under a grand. First off, don't bother changing the induction or exhaust system if you're looking for a performance gain. Whilst many people claim that their cold air inducted XYZ is quicker than the standard car, for the most part, they just sound quicker. If you don't have dreams of running a 200 PS set up, and just want a more modest improvement, then getting the ECU reprogrammed is an excellent first step you can take. Come back if you want more! -- The DervMan

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